Kelly Clarkson covers Nick Jonas' 'Jealous': Watch

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Kelly Clarkson made at least one fan's night when she delivered a cover performance of the Nick Jonas tune "Jealous" at New York City's Radio City Music Hall on Thursday, July 16.

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"I'm so excited to sing this song because I love this guy," Clarkson can be heard saying in the video clip below. "We're going to be touring together in Canada after we finish here in the States. This is Nick Jonas' song 'Jealous,' and this is dedicated to Danielle, who requested it in the audience. Are y'all gonna sing? You better sing if you know it."

Besides taking fan requests, the 'Invincible' singer spent some time heading to Broadway while in New York. The singer took her family to see the musical Finding Neverland, which features Glee star Matthew Morrison as author J.M. Barrie -- and she gave it a glowing review.

"Me and my hubby went to see Finding Neverland with my family and it was FREAKIN FANTASTIC :) Amazing cast!! So talented!!" she gushed alongside a picture with husband Brandon Blackstock.

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