Kelly Clarkson Admits Which 'Voice' Coach's Song She Never Wants to Hear Again During a Fiery Game of 'Truth or Dab'

Rita Wilson, Kelly Clarkson and Sean Evans
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Rita Wilson, Kelly Clarkson and Sean Evans on 'The Kelly Clarkson Show' on April 7, 2020.

Hot Ones host Sean Evans joined Kelly Clarkson and guest Rita Wilson on The Kelly Clarkson Show (filmed pre-coronavirus crisis) to put the chatty duo to the test with a game of "Truth or Dab."

The rule is that the guest either has to answer a tough question or eat an incredibly spicy chicken wing. "I'm super truthful," Clarkson admitted, before easily answering which song from a fellow Voice coach she never wants to hear again.

"This is not because it’s not a great song. This is because we ruined it by playing it too much," she revealed. I love you John Legend, I love 'All of Me,' but I need a minute. I don’t want to hear it for a minute, just a minute."

Wilson opted to eat the hot wing instead of revealing the best lie she ever got away with, and Clarkson followed by not divulging the worst interview on her show. "I cannot tell the truth because my show just started and I don’t want to piss people off," she joked.

Clarkson and Wilson also had a touching conversation about the latter's song, "Throw a Party," which she revealed was inspired by her breast cancer diagnosis in 2015. "It was so interesting because when you’re going through something like that, and you really don’t know what it’s going to be like and how it’s going to turn out."

"I wanted to have these very serious conversations with my husband. I said to him, ‘Look, if something happens and I should go before you, then I just want you to know that there’s a couple things that I want," she continued.

"One is that I want you to be super sad for a really long time," she joked, before adding, "And then the second thing is that I wanted a party. I wanted a celebration and I wanted a lot of singing and dancing and people telling stories. To feel like that was being celebrated. The song came out of that."

Watch the interview below, where Wilson explains that cancer taught her to "live every moment to the fullest."