And she still sounds great!

Meghan Overdeep
February 28, 2018
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Kelly Clarkson singing songs translated into Mongolian and then back into English is officially our new favorite thing.

During a Monday night appearance on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Clarkson was challenged to a game of Google Translate Songs, in which Fallon translates hit singles into a foreign language and back. This week’s language of choice happened to be Mongolian, which made for some interesting lyrics, to say the least.

After a quick demonstration, Fallon tasked the Texas-born songstress to perform a section of her hit single “Stronger,” which became "Too Strong" after Google had its way with it. Without missing a beat, Clarkson, 35, began to sing.

"If you don't kill it then it's too strong / Remain in a small place / My dreaming by myself is not my fault,” The Voice judge sang while struggling not to laugh, sounding flawless despite the circumstances.

“If you don’t kill it offer a bribe/ My legs are increasing,” the mangled lyrics continued. At this point she couldn’t hold it in any longer and burst out laughing.

Afterwards, Fallon and Clarkson treated the audience to a duet of Sonny and Cher’s classic “I Got You Babe,” which translates to “I Have Your Child” in Mongolian.

Watch the hilarious game above, and get ready to laugh.