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17 November 2011, 13:12 | Updated: 17 November 2011, 13:15
The 'Since You've Been Gone' singer is including fans from across the world in the filming of her next music video.
Kelly Clarkson has offered fans the chance to be in her video for new single 'What Doesn't Kill You (Stronger)' by being part of a "global flash mob".
The 'Mr Know It All' singer posted a message on her official website asking fans to submit videos of them performing a choreographed dance routine set to her new song.
"I'm shooting my video for 'What Doesn't Kill You' Friday and I'd like everyone to join me in my global flash mob!" Kelly wrote on her website. "Check out the routine in the video below."
"Learn it with me and get your cameras ready to record you and your friends rocking these moves in a unique location that shows where you are in the world."
Kelly promises several of the submissions will be selected for use in the final version of her music video.
She recently admitted finding boy band One Direction "cute" and said she would definitely be interested in working with them in the future.
The former American Idol winner launched her fifth studio album 'Stronger' last month and claims it is her best release to date.
Watch Kelly Clarkson's choreography video for 'What Doesn't Kill You (Stronger)' below: