KELLY CLARKSON, GRAMMY IDOL

Associated Press
Kelly Clarkson accepts the award for best pop vocal album for "Stronger" at the 55th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, in Los Angeles. (Photo by John Shearer/Invision/AP)
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Kelly Clarkson had the best acceptance speech of the night, at least according to Pink.

"Congrats to Kelly Clarkson for the award and that loveable speech," tweeted Pink. "You made me laugh. Can't wait to hear that song with Miguel."

After winning the trophy for pop vocal album, a nervous Clarkson rambled during her acceptance speech, apologizing for taking so long to come on stage and appealing to R&B singer Miguel to collaborate.

"Miguel, I don't know who the hell you are, but we need to sing together," she said.

Clarkson later posted a photo of herself and Miguel backstage on Instagram.

The original "American Idol" champion returned to the stage to perform and present the best country album.

After she flubbed winner Zac Brown's name and instead said Zach Braff, the "Scrubs" star tweeted Clarkson: "THANK YOU! My second GRAMMY!!!!"

Braff won the compilation soundtrack Grammy in 2005 for his film "Garden State."

— Derrik J. Lang — Twitter: https://twitter.com/derrikjlang

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