KELLY Clarkson has left fans in tears with a cover of Miley Cyrus's emotional hit single The Climb.
"What a beautiful rendition," shared one fan as another wrote: "Does it get any better?"
"A balm for your quarantine despair," suggested another fan while others said her performance gave them "goosebumps."
Kelly sang directly to the camera, while additional clips showed the band members playing guitars and drums, as well as singing backup vocals, from their separate homes.
The emotional performance comes just weeks after Kelly announced her divorce from Brandon, who she married in 2013.
The singer, 38, and talent manager, 43, share 5-year-old daughter River Rose and 4-year-old son Remington Alexander.
The Voice judge is also is stepmom to Seth, 13, and Savannah, 18, from Brandon's previous marriage.
According to documents obtained by The Sun, Kelly filed papers in Los Angeles on June 4 and cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the split.
The singer requested joint legal and physical custody, though asked the court to not award Brandon any spousal support in the paperwork.
She has been using the coronavirus lockdown to perform a series of covers, from Lisa Loeb's stay to the Hamilton music song It's Quiet Uptown.
Kelly, 38, also beautifully sang her version of the iconic 1987 song by the Irish rock band to "honor those protesting oppression and racism.'
The video consisted of clips of her and her band - who had recorded the song as they quarantined in their own homes - along with clips of the Black Lives Matter protests going on around the world.
The song was part of her show's session of Kellyoke, where she covers a different song each week.