Anne Hathaway defeated Kelly Clarkson on “Since U Been Gone” vocals

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Anne Hathaway just beat Kelly Clarkson at her own game, literally.

The two stars competed in a game of Sing That Name That Tune on Clarkson’s daytime talk show, and although Hathaway was already winning, the band decided to give Clarkson a chance by playing their own hit song “Since U Been Gone”. Yet it was the the devil wears Prada actress who, a few seconds after the start of the song, took the buzzer and sang the lyrics.

Realizing what had just happened, Clarkson fell to his knees.

” How ? How did you know from that? the singer asked Hathaway after the actress’ spectacular performance.

“Kelly Clarkson, if you don’t understand how much we all love this song, everyone here knew it on the premiere,” Hathaway said.

“It’s embarrassing,” Clarkson admitted.

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Clarkson posted a clip and photo of Hathaway’s guest appearance — and victory — on the show’s Instagram. Hathaway wore a geometric print long dress by Paco Rabanne, and Clarkson wore a colorful midi dress by Zimmermann.

“Anne killed Kelly!” Matt Iseman, host of the game show, commented.

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Irony of Hathaway’s win aside, viewers couldn’t forget her incredible singing skills, which we already knew, of course, from her Oscar-winning performance in the 2012 remake of Wretched.

“Anne Hathaway will be doing a Kelly Clarkson tribute show in Vegas,” Iseman joked. “What was that?”

“I love this song, I love this song,” Hathaway said.

“Should I just stop? Clarkson laughed.

“By the way, never fall in love with Hathaway when she tells you she’s afraid to sing,” Iseman added.

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