Kelly Clarkson

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Eligible in: 2028 (The 2029 Induction Ceremony)


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Will Kelly Clarkson be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
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Versatility! Song writing is probably going to be a strong second to her vocal range.

Posted by Uncle Case on Wednesday, 11.8.06 @ 05:07am


Too early to count her chances now, but definitely a strong contender.

Posted by Hitman on Saturday, 11.25.06 @ 05:27am


no no no. if she had to get started by going on american idol no cause that means that she couldnt do it on her own and need to be on tv to get her popularity. no way should she be in here. you didnt experience what all the other bands or singers went through you had it easy. you had it way to easy

Posted by chris on Thursday, 03.15.07 @ 15:18pm


if you think she had it easy, then you don't know ANYthing about her. She was offered two other recording contracts before AI, but she didn't want to be a bubble gum artist.

get ready because she is going to be taking the ride up the charts to number one, again, here soon.

I can not wait until she gets inducted into the R&RHF!

Posted by magggerz on Thursday, 03.15.07 @ 18:08pm


She'll make it if she keeps up her current pace for awhile. It doesn't matter where you get your start. If you can produce, you can produce. Also, she gave up millions in ticket sales the past few summers to play small, intimate venues on tour. She did this to work on her performance skills and to build a fan base. She's doing what most young artists do and that's starting out small, writing her own songs and building a rep. If you say she had it easy, you know NOTHING about this girl. Just because she won Idol doesn't mean anything she did was easy. She moved to LA to make it and her apartment burned down. She had nothing and went back to Texas. After Idol, she fought 19 management and such to gain control of her career. Many see this as dissing Idol and she took that chance. She's original and extremely talented. She's well-respected by many big name artists, which says something to me. If she has their respect, then she should have your respect. Obviously they don't think she's a fraud. But like Kelly says, she doesn't do things to please people. You don't like her, then you're missing out. Rock on Kelly!

Posted by T on Thursday, 03.15.07 @ 18:09pm


You're an idiot if you think Kelly had everything handed to her on a silver platter. Idol nearly destroyed her career. From Justin to Kelly, World Idol, anyone?
She's fought for a rock sound with her third album. She's fought to have songs she's written go on the album. She's paved the way for the Carrie Underwoods and Chris Daughtrys of the world. She's the most versatile artist out there. Don't believe me? Check out her BRITs, Tony Bennett, or CMT Giants performance.
Oh, I'm not saying she's all the way there. But she's got an amazing voice, and that, added to her drive and personality, gives her a hell of a shot.

Posted by Kim on Thursday, 03.15.07 @ 18:32pm


HAHAHAAH noway, i like her and all but its ROCK& ROLL HALL OF FAME..noway she doesnt belong i would kill myself if she got this

Posted by lisa on Friday, 04.6.07 @ 17:53pm


An overhyped nation-wide talent search and THIS is the result? I guess music really is dead in this country.

Posted by Creepozoid on Monday, 06.25.07 @ 08:36am


Kelly Clarkson is one hot rock & roll babe! I think she definitely deserves a spot in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. I have her latest album, "My December," and it is as good as her other awesome stuff. In fact, I like Kelly better than say Avril Lavigne. I think Avril Lavigne is so retarded! But Kelly Clarkson definitely beats her by a knockout!

Posted by Swaroop on Wednesday, 09.5.07 @ 14:38pm


She deserves to be in the Hall of Fame because she's a "BABE"???? Theres a new one for criteria!!! Sorry Ozzy....that leaves you out!!

Posted by Terry on Monday, 01.28.08 @ 18:49pm


hahahahahahahaha....stop it, you're KILLING me...who's next, john tesh?

Posted by spike on Monday, 03.10.08 @ 11:34am


Y'know, part of the reason Baby Boomers and older Gen X-ers don't take us younger Gen X-ers and Gen Y-ers very seriously is because of grunge. Kids who grew up in relatively comfort, fairly plush and posh digs... singing about angst, and how the world is nothing but suffering and pain. And being serious about it.

And now as loathe as I am to compare Kelly Clarkson to grunge, if people are actually taking her music seriously, I find myself unable to take these younger Gen Y-ers seriously. Seriously... how the F*** am I supposed to take them seriously when the anthem for their angst is "My Life Would Suck Without You"? WHO in their right mind would actually name a song with that title and make it a serious effort? A comedy song, or a throwaway album track I could understand. But no... the most sublime expression of the pain in her heart and the appreciation for what she has is summed up by the words, "My Life Would Suck Without You." Kelly, do the world a favor and retire. By putting out a serious effort of a single called, "My Life Would Suck Without You," you have lost all credibility. You were a joke before, but now you are completely unsalvageable. Go away. Quickly.

Posted by Philip on Sunday, 04.5.09 @ 00:23am


Y'know, part of the reason Baby Boomers and older Gen X-ers don't take us younger Gen X-ers and Gen Y-ers very seriously is because of grunge. Kids who grew up in relatively comfort, fairly plush and posh digs... singing about angst, and how the world is nothing but suffering and pain. And being serious about it.

Posted by Philip on Sunday, 04.5.09 @ 00:23am
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O.K., you got me wondering here just who & what you mean by "younger Gen X'ers". You talk about kids growing up in relative comfort - you ARE aware that not everyone of a same age simply grows up like that, I hope. It always stuns me when I hear middle age folks talking about how rough it was in their time, & then get a shock of their lives when they discover that younger people might just have had a bad time themselves. They think they created a utopia & that nothing else should go wrong for anyone. Wrong.

Posted by Cheesecrop on Sunday, 04.5.09 @ 04:50am


Continued -

Amazingly enough there were people who had it rough in the 80's & 90's. I can remember buddies of mine trying to hang onto jobs in 91/92/93 during the last recession. In no way is that comparable to what's going on now, but oh how we love to rewrite history & pretend nothing went on back then. Well I remember a diff. viewpoint, cause I LIVED IT. It's just like the conversations I described once with my mom, who LIVED through the 50's, not as a baby boomer kid but as a young adult who remembered a radically diff. version of that decade - she always recounts an economic downturn around 1955, but I notice this is never mentioned when the history of the 1950's is written.

Posted by Cheesecrop on Sunday, 04.5.09 @ 05:03am


Now I'll be honest - I don't have a clue as to what exactly Ms Clarkson is singing about, but if she feels like moaning over this, let her. It's probably just some boyfriend-girlfriend thing anyway. For all I know, maybe it is something serious - and for all I know maybe there's a kid out there who hear's something in it that relates to them. Who knows. Just know that they are all not living in plush prosperity. There's probably some who could share what I remember 15/20/25 yrs ago, and to them their non-glamorous life is still quite relevant.

Posted by Cheesecrop on Sunday, 04.5.09 @ 05:16am


Philip & Cheesecrop...you guys are what's known as the dreaded "whipper-snappers"...LMAO!!!! Not sure what one is, but my grandma used to call me that with a red face, so it can't be good!!!

Posted by Gitarzan on Sunday, 04.5.09 @ 08:09am


Somehow, I just don't equate "American Idol" as paying your dues in this industry. I am still standing firm...I've never watched one episode of it, and I never will. give me the people who toiled in smoky bars and pounded the pavement to just get a foot in the door any day...

Posted by Gitarzan on Sunday, 04.5.09 @ 08:46am


"O.K., you got me wondering here just who & what you mean by "younger Gen X'ers". You talk about kids growing up in relative comfort - you ARE aware that not everyone of a same age simply grows up like that, I hope. It always stuns me when I hear middle age folks talking about how rough it was in their time, & then get a shock of their lives when they discover that younger people might just have had a bad time themselves. They think they created a utopia & that nothing else should go wrong for anyone. Wrong."--Cheese

Gen Xers are the age range from those born after 1965 up to about 1985. I get lumped in having been born in '81. But I don't relate to those who were born in, say, '67 or '71--those who had disco, synth-pop, or glam as the "voice" of their youth whereas my high school years saw the domination of grunge of the music scene for a few brief years, and even a hint of the virtual stranglehold that R&B/hip-hop/rap would have on the pop music scene for a time. And "relative comfort" as meaning, coming from a middle-class family, growing up in the suburbs, didn't grow up worrying about the draft, those who remember the Reagan years fondly (even if they didn't hold the man or his policies in such high esteem). Besides which "teen angst", with all its connotations, is nothing compared to when the real world hits you when you leave high school, which in itself is nothing compared to life post-college, after a marriage or birth of a child has taken place, etc. Grunge, in those days, at least as I remember, was the voice for "teen angst" and was embraced most ardently by the kids who had it pretty decent growing up, proclaimed their generational sense of entitlement loudest, and had absolutely no clue just how big the picture really was or is--and looked silly for it.

Kelly Clarkson has surpassed the depths of sheer vapidity (word?) that that breed of grunge dug. Just by actually having a serious effort single called "My Life Would Suck Without You."

Posted by Philip on Sunday, 04.5.09 @ 15:43pm


Gen Xers are the age range from those born after 1965 up to about 1985. I get lumped in having been born in '81. But I don't relate to those who were born in, say, '67 or '71--those who had disco, synth-pop, or glam as the "voice" of their youth whereas my high school years saw the domination of grunge of the music scene for a few brief years, and even a hint of the virtual stranglehold that R&B/hip-hop/rap would have on the pop music scene for a time. And "relative comfort" as meaning, coming from a middle-class family, growing up in the suburbs, didn't grow up worrying about the draft, those who remember the Reagan years fondly (even if they didn't hold the man or his policies in such high esteem). Besides which "teen angst", with all its connotations, is nothing compared to when the real world hits you when you leave high school, which in itself is nothing compared to life post-college, after a marriage or birth of a child has taken place, etc. Grunge, in those days, at least as I remember, was the voice for "teen angst" and was embraced most ardently by the kids who had it pretty decent growing up, proclaimed their generational sense of entitlement loudest, and had absolutely no clue just how big the picture really was or is--and looked silly for it.

Posted by Philip on Sunday, 04.5.09 @ 15:43pm
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Now that I read what you've had to say here, I must acknowledge that part of my ranting against you was wrong, and yet part of it is still quite correct. I still hold to what I said earlier. Where I was wrong is to allow myself to fall into a sociological debate as opposed to a musicl one. Definitely my error. Continued - - - >

Posted by Cheesecrop on Monday, 04.6.09 @ 05:56am


Continued -

There is definitely a diff. in age between us of nearly a decade. I will say this: for what it's worth, the "official" take on Gen X is the group born between 64/65? & about 1980. Of course I remember back in 1993 hearing a report saying it involved kids born between 1965-1975. About a year later it was kids between 1965-1976, then two yrs. later it was kids from 1964-1976, then 64-77, 64-78, 65-78, etc. I don't think you need worry about being called Gen X at all. I know I would never refer to you as such, if it makes you feel better.

You did describe parts of it pretty well. I do remember Reagan as a kid, but he was more of an anonymous figure in the background of a STAR WARS & G.I. JOE styled youth than anything tangible. Just know that there was more going on in the 80's & 90's than you think.

Now the big question: Do you have anything you could add that would actually be substantial to the MUSICAL end of all this? Or was this just a SOCIAL LECTURE?

Posted by Cheesecrop on Monday, 04.6.09 @ 06:06am


Yeah, I kind of do... it all comes full circle. The Gen Xers of your day were the people who were making the grunge that spoke to and addressed the "teen angst" of the people of my day, be we late Gen Xers or early Gen Yers, or something else. And the people of your day (and those slightly older) clucked their tongues at grunge because the angst that they expressed was of the most petty and frivolous nature. How could this be expression even be considered art when it's just the selfish whining of kids who have NO clue what hardships REALLY are? Now those bands like Nirvana, Pearl Jam, etc. are considered locks for the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame the year they become eligible.

Now, we've got a song that supposedly best expresses the "teen angst" of the current teenage generation, which was made by a person who's from my generation. And someone my age is noting how frivolous and petty the teenage world has become if this song, especially its title, is the most sublime expression of the angst and gratitude that they feel for their hardships and blessings in life. And what's worse, is that THIS stuff is prefab. The singer was pre-packaged on a pre-packaged television show that was designed to deliver a pre-packaged singer to cherish. The song itself is as prefab as prefab gets with all its production effects and such. The lyrics are dreck, and even (ESPECIALLY) the title is dreck. And it worries me that this is gonna be considered an immense work of art in 20 years time, and that we'll be calling Kelly Clarkson a lock for the Hall. And it worries me that the song that most perfectly expresses THAT teenage generation's "teen angst" is going to be even crappier, even schlockier, and even pettier even when you DO take away the sentiment of "glorifying the past when the future dries up."

If you consider all that to be substantial to the musical end of all this, there ya go. If you think all that's a social lecture... well sorry. Basically all that was the long way around of saying this:

Kelly Clarkson should never even be considered for the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame if for no other reason THAN the fact that she released a song called "My Life Would Suck Without You," a song that is more vapid, more stupidly colloquial, more prefab and more condemning of the current teenage generation in its perfection of expressing current teenage thought, than the naysayers of grunge said grunge was in the early-to-mid '90s, or naysayers of rock'n'roll said rock'n'roll was back in the mid-to-late '50s.

Posted by Philip on Monday, 04.6.09 @ 17:38pm


Posted by Philip on Monday, 04.6.09 @ 17:38pm
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Three things:

1. I liked 80's metal - and 90's grunge

2. Hardships change as generations change

3. If the only way you can defend the rock of any specific era is to say that it spoke to the social ills of a time, then was it ever really good rock at all? If the musical end of it fails to somehow be innovative, or at least teeth-rattling, then what good was the social/political nonsense attached to it? And if that's how someone's going to defend a particular line of music, there probably wasn't anything there to begin with.


And for the record - I do agree w/you for the most part on Kelly Clarkson. I'd like to think that someone, somewhere, is getting SOMETHING out of it - I'm just not sure what it is myself!

Posted by Cheesecrop on Monday, 04.6.09 @ 19:20pm


1. I'm not saying there's anything wrong with 80's metal/90's grunge... just that other people DID.

2. The problem with that argument is, as teens grow up, they find that what they thought were all-consuming problems are in fact nothing, NOTHING compared to what they have to face as adults.

3. Except political and social issues have a way of returning when history seems like it may be repeating itself. And these "issues" that Kelly Clarkson seems to be speaking to are non-issues in reality. And to some degree, so were grunge's lyrics. At the very least with grunge, though, the music WAS innovative, or teeth-rattling.

The only thing I get out of Kelly Clarkson is a pretty face to fantasize about.

Ok, not really. Just thought I'd make you cringe for a second there. lol.

Posted by Philip on Monday, 04.6.09 @ 20:00pm


"Kelly Clarkson should never even be considered for the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame if for no other reason THAN the fact that she released a song called "My Life Would Suck Without You," a song that is more vapid, more stupidly colloquial, more prefab and more condemning of the current teenage generation in its perfection of expressing current teenage thought, than the naysayers of grunge said grunge was in the early-to-mid '90s, or naysayers of rock'n'roll said rock'n'roll was back in the mid-to-late '50s."

Not COLLOQUIAL! Oh say it isn't so!! God forbid that our popular music uses SLANG WORDS!!! And where did this whole "teen angst" thing come from anyway? It's a cute and playful love song. Have you ever even listened to the song in question? And don't get me started on the whole "prefab" bullshit. The Monkees were a billion times better than many of their peers.

As for Kelly herself, she's this generation's Pat Benatar. She's a wonderful singer and parts of her underappreciated attempt at a pure artistic statement, "My December," are just sublime. Blasting her for being an American Idol is beside the point; Clarkson acheived mainstream success by doing everything she could to distance herself from the show and incorporating Interpol indie-rock guitar into her music.

Posted by MBI on Monday, 04.6.09 @ 20:07pm


Yes I've heard the song in question. It is mind-numbing and nerve-grating. "Cute" is not even among the first fifty words I would use to describe that song.

I have no problem with slang in songs... but when used at the level that this song does, you just can't take it seriously. Britney had a song called "E-mail My Heart" that was just as ridiculous, but she didn't try to put it out as a serious single or anything.

Kelly will NEVER be able to separate herself from her AI past. It will just never happen. It'll forever be the first thing that she will be associated with. She has a nice enough voice, but honestly, there is nothing about her that reminds me of Pat Benatar. Pat had an air of tough-girl to her. Kelly's more of the camp counselor that the pre-teen boys will think about in years to come when they discover how to crank themselves.

Posted by Philip on Monday, 04.6.09 @ 20:54pm


"Kelly will NEVER be able to separate herself from her AI past."

Well, by most accounts, she already has. I'm not sure you're thinking about this clearly; her latest single has sweet F.A. to do with grunge or angst, no matter how irritating you find it. I have to admit I too find it disappointingly plastic after her explicitly un-pop previous album, but plastic has its charms too. (I'm curious what you think of Daughtry, for the record, not to mention The Monkees and Ricky Nelson.)

I make the Pat Benatar connection because they both have powerful voices and (not always comfortably) straddle the line between respectable rock star and artificial pop star. Yeah, Kelly is a girl next door, but at the same time Pat Benatar has always been the soccer mom's version of a "tough chick." Clarkson also writes more of her own material than did Benatar. (I like Benatar for what it's worth.)

Suggested listens: "Sober," "Beautiful Disaster (live version)," "Don't Waste Your Time," "Because of You."

Posted by MBI on Tuesday, 04.7.09 @ 07:43am


I already know Sober and Because Of You. Because Of You is a joke, imo.

I didn't say MLWSWY was grunge. But nothing to do with angst? She's expressing the pain she would feel if she were to lose the "you" in question. And if that's the most eloquent and most sublime way to express it, it's a joke.

She may not be dealing with anyone connected to AI, but she'll never be able to separate herself from it. If Family Feud surveyed 100 people and asked "Name something associated with Kelly Clarkson" the number one answer, by an overwhelming majority, would be "American Idol." It's a label for her, and an identifying factor she can never get rid of. She's stuck with it for life.

Posted by Philip on Wednesday, 04.8.09 @ 16:23pm


Heck yes...pure, raw talent. That is what gets people places. She has that. There is no doubt. Anyone who disagrees with her having one of the most amazing voices to grace music, really needs to chill. She has talent people! Just because she was on American Idol doesn't mean anything. Just because you don't agree or like her style of music doesn't mean anything. Get over it...That doesn't mean the people you think deserve it more don't have talent it just means your opinion is just as biased as mine. Kelly Clarkson has a beautiful voice...Beautiful lyrics (most of the time)...Beautiful harmonies and melodies...great beats...She kicks butt and there is not one person in most countries on Earth who hasn't heard her music. That speaks louder than anything else...

Posted by gmasch on Saturday, 06.20.09 @ 23:34pm


Kelly Clarkson is very deserving of this honor. Besides two other songwriters, she wrote her biggest worldwide hit, Because of You. Also, to the person who said American Idol is something she'll be forever associated with, you're WRONG I'm pretty sure that distinction goes to her hit single Since U Been Gone. There is no other artist at the current moment that can channel real emotion into songs about betrayal, hope, love, heartbreak, unrequited love, and self-doubt like her. To add to that, she can sing almost EVERY single genre known to mankind.

Noteworthy performance: Kelly covering Marc Broussard's Home.

Posted by Stephen on Monday, 09.14.09 @ 23:38pm


"To add to that, she can sing almost EVERY single genre known to mankind."

Metal?

Posted by Ray on Monday, 09.14.09 @ 23:54pm


"Also, to the person who said American Idol is something she'll be forever associated with, you're WRONG I'm pretty sure that distinction goes to her hit single Since U Been Gone"--Stephen

Nope, that song wreaks of American Idol. Prefab pop posing as rock and as serious music. Because she was the FIRST American Idol, it will always be associated with her. Irrevocably. And with the self-farce that the show has now become, it's going to hurt her.

She does intimate emotion in her songs decently; unfortunately, she also does songs that make it impossible to take her seriously.

I will give her credit for "Already Gone", though. I was pleasantly surprised by that song. It's actually good.

Posted by Philip on Tuesday, 09.15.09 @ 16:55pm


"Already Gone" is good- but that One Republic guy gave Clarkson and Beyonce the same backing track (the other used for "Halo")- he's turning into the Max Martin of today, with his sound-alike tracks/songs.

Kelly Clarkson probably is the best act to emerge from Idol, and she's had some pretty good singles ("Since U Been Gone" received a decent amount of acclaim). But as of now, not HOF-worthy.

Posted by JR on Monday, 02.15.10 @ 16:37pm


Once again...I am very proud of the fact that I haven't wasted one second watching "American Idol"! What a slap in the face to popular music...

Posted by Gitarzan on Monday, 02.15.10 @ 18:55pm


Interesting, JR. I actually kind of like "Halo" too. Maybe I'm really a One Republic fan.

And Git, I have never watched American Idol either. Won't do it, and you can't make me.

Posted by Philip on Tuesday, 02.16.10 @ 17:28pm


I have never seen American Idol, but I have heard Kelly Clarkson's hits on the radio for about 7 or 8 years now. It wouldn't surprise me if she gets in.

But, I also would have thought Deep Purple, YES and the Moody Blues would also have been inducted by now.

By the way, some of the comments here are lame or should I say clueless.

Posted by Rainbowhitesnake on Wednesday, 03.30.11 @ 20:23pm


Kelly Clarkson is what the Hall of Fame should be all about. Kelly has killer vocals and intense emotional song writing ability. I am almost 50 yrs old, and I think Kelly Clarkson is the most gifted and special artist out there. The emotion she puts in her songs touches a lot of people. Her voice gives me chills and makes me cry. She can also rock out a song with amazing spectacular vocals. Her voice is unique. She will be around a long time if she wants to be. And I just hope I live long enough to hear it all. When she leaves RCA the sky is the limit on what she will do. As for being associated with AI, who cares. Everyone has to start somewhere. They used her and she used them. She sure is smart enough and talented enough to make it in the HOF someday.

Posted by SASI on Monday, 07.4.11 @ 15:54pm


Kelly Clarkson endorses Ron Paul!

Posted by Roy on Saturday, 01.7.12 @ 21:04pm


i think shes gonna make it and her and whats her name r a really good couple!!!!!1

Posted by marissa on Wednesday, 01.18.12 @ 08:55am


i meant whats HIS name

Posted by marissa on Wednesday, 01.18.12 @ 08:56am


Kelly Clarkson should make it. Then again, many classic rock bands (Rush, YES, Deep Purple, Moody Blues, etc.) haven't been inducted.

But honestly, Kelly is the complete package, and she has influence and indeed ROCKS!! Probably rocks far more than some who have been inducted.

If you think she shouldn't because she won a singing contest, well then, you shouldn't think Frank Sinatra shouldn't be in the pop music hall of fame. Ol' blue eyes also won a singing contest to break into show business.

It really isn't how you got there, but what you do once you arrive.

Posted by Heavy Metal Man on Monday, 10.22.12 @ 12:58pm




Updated and fixed:

Kelly Clarkson should make it.

Then again, many classic rock bands (Rush, YES, Deep Purple, Moody Blues, etc.) haven't been inducted. So who knows.

But honestly, Kelly is the complete package, and she has influence and indeed ROCKS!!
Probably rocks far more than some who have been inducted.

If you think she shouldn't because she won a singing contest, well then, Frank Sinatra shouldn't be in the pop music hall of fame either. Ol' blue eyes also won a singing contest to break into show business.

It really isn't how you got there, but what you do once you arrive.

Posted by Heavy Metal Man on Monday, 10.22.12 @ 13:00pm


My guess is she will definitely make it in her first couple years. Especially if she can manage a couple more successful albums. She was the first winner and the most successful winner of the cultural juggernaut. While her music is repetitive and boring, so are many bands in the rock and roll hall of fame. However, she is vocally terrific (one of the strongest ever) despite mainly weak albums and some weak singles and I definitely think she will/has influenced the upcoming generation with her music.

Posted by Eric on Wednesday, 04.3.13 @ 17:35pm


I think she will. She has influenced Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus. But despite that what it all comes down to is this question:

WILL PEOPLE STILL REMEMBER HER IN 2020?

If they do, she's in. If not then maybe not. But she also could have been as big a singer even if she didn't win American Idol. So what it all comes down to is, she has a chance

Posted by Karl Singleton on Sunday, 01.19.14 @ 14:08pm


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