Kelly Clarkson called into The Tonight Show: At Home Edition on Thursday (April 17) to dish about her new single "I Dare You."
The hopeful ballad isn't a typical single for the superstar, who recorded the track as a duet in five other languages with artists including Faouzia (Arabic), Zaz (French), Maya Buskila (Hebrew), Blas Cantó (Spanish) and Glasperlenspiel (German). According to Clarkson, the idea for the multi-language single was sparked by her pre-American Idol days as an opera singer.
"I grew up singing opera, and I got to sing in French and Italian, the Latin-based languages," she told host Jimmy Fallon. "I mean, when you're a kid you want to sing Whitney Houston, right? So it wasn't like I was like, 'Yeah opera!' But now I think it's beautiful, and I thought it'd be cool one day if in my career, there was a song that kind of lent itself to that."