Kelly Clarkson's Daughter River Rose Steps in with Sweet Vocal Run in New Song 'You Don't Make Me Cry'

The singer revealed that River Rose, now 9, recorded for the track at just 5 years old

Weiss Eubanks/NBCUniversal/NBCU Photo Bank Kelly Clarkson and daughter River Rose
Weiss Eubanks/NBCUniversal/NBCU Photo Bank Kelly Clarkson and daughter River Rose

Kelly Clarkson got some help from one of her favorite vocalists on a new song.

In a track on the deluxe version of the singer/talk show host's new album, Chemistry, the 41-year-old mom of two gets an intro and outro from daughter River Rose, 9. On Instagram, Clarkson revealed that River recorded the track when she was just 5 years old.

The song, "You Don't Make Me Cry," begins with River singing some sounds in an adorably auto-tuned vocal run that leads into Clarkson's catchy pop track. The little girl's voice appears once again at the track's conclusion, where she sweetly says, "The End!"

Clarkson also shares son Remington "Remy" Alexander, 7, with ex-husband Brandon Blackstock, whom she divorced in 2020 after seven years of marriage.

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Last month, the Grammy winner bought her kids onstage at Vegas' Planet Hollywood for her Chemistry show.

Ahead of the performance, Clarkson shared a sweet pic of her kids smiling in an embrace on Instagram.

"Both of my kiddos backstage getting ready to join me on stage in Vegas ❤️ nothing will ever be as cool and amazing as these two little humans that will always have my whole heart," she wrote.

While recently appearing on Audacy's annual I'm Listening mental health broadcast, the "Because of You" singer spoke about how well her kids can communicate their emotions.

"I think it's just a really cool thing that my little girl or little boy will walk in the room and be like, 'Look, I'm feeling hurt right now, or this hurts my feelings,' " Clarkson said.

"Things they do, I never did as a kid, and they're just so advanced for where I was at their age, and I just think there's nothing more beautiful than someone learning at a very young age how to express themselves and to actually pay attention to how they're feeling."

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