Kelly Clarkson's Tour Will Include Special Guests, Costumes And Alcohol

Kelly Clarkson will be kicking off her Meaning of Life tour -- her first in more than three years -- on Thursday, and she's packing a lot into the show.

Speaking to E! Online, Kelly confirms that she'll be bringing back one of the most popular segments of her show -- cover songs -- for this tour. In the past, Kelly's covered songs by artists ranging from Eminem and Annie Lennox, to Carrie Underwood and AC/DC.

She also shares that the concert will include "four or five costume changes," which she says is "a lot" for her, and that she plans on bringing out a lot of surprise guests. 

"I'll have a guest out [onstage with me] 'cause I'm preppin' for The Kelly Clarkson Show," the singer says of her upcoming NBC talk show.

Meanwhile, fans 21 and over who pay for the VIP Minute and a Glass of Wine Experience -- named after Kelly's online video series -- will be able to enjoy the show sitting right up against the stage at an extremely long bar, where they'll be able to enjoy a variety of alcoholic beverages.

Kelly's two younger children River and Remy will also be joining her now and then on the tour, which features opening acts Kelsea Ballerini and The Voice winner Brynn Cartelli.

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