Kelly Clarkson was bummed folks were hearing a less-than-stellar-quality version of her upcoming song "What Doesn't Kill You (Stronger)," so she slapped it up on the Internet herself with the note, "I want you to hear the real thing!" This girl, Beyoncé, and Jay-Z seem to be the only folks in music who know how to respond to a leak with style. Clarkson has dubbed the tune the most "Since U Been Gone"-y on her October 24th album Stronger, and it does indeed have all the same basic ingredients: a proclamation of the awesomeness of singlehood, a neck-swiveling chorus, and an intrinsic ability to make drunk girls think they can sing it at karaoke (speculating on the last one, but we have a hunch).
Kelly's "Stronger" is so superb, it has forced The Amp to totally rethink our Official "Stronger" Power Rankings. As of today, it is holding strong in Number Two, topped only by...
Britney Spears' "Stronger"
Numbers Three through Six can be found below:
Kanye West's "Stronger"
Mary J. Blige's "Stronger"
Faith Hill's "Stronger"
And in a distant 128th place...
Jennifer Love Hewitt's "Stronger"
- Kelly Clarkson