Kelly Clarkson, 41, stuns in a little black dress showcasing her impressive 40-pound weight loss for interviews with Henry Golding and Tyler Hubbard

Kelly Clarkson, 41, stuns in a little black dress showcasing her impressive 40-pound weight loss for interviews with Henry Golding and Tyler Hubbard

Kelly Clarkson was looking her best on Wednesday when she showed off a sizzling little black dress for her eponymous talk show.

The Kelly Clarkson Show host, 41, highlighted her stunning slimmed-down figure in the tasteful item after losing a reported 40 pounds last year.

Her elegant display was featured on an episode of her talk show that featured guests Henry Golding and Florida Georgia Line co-founder Tyler Hubbard, both 37.

Kelly’s dress featured a high, shallow neckline and short sleeves that ran midway down her toned arms.

The item was cinched around her tiny waist, and it featured an intriguing flapper-like skirt of long tassels that sloped at an angle.

Kelly Clarkson, 41, stuns in a little black dress showcasing her impressive 40-pound weight loss for interviews with Henry Golding and Tyler Hubbard

Kelly Clarkson, 41, looked her best in a sizzling LBD while interviewing Henry Golding (L) and Tyler Hubbard (center) on The Kelly Clarkson show on Wednesday

Kelly's dress featured a high, shallow neckline and short sleeves that ran midway down her toned arms. It was cinched around her tiny waist and featured a flapper-like skirt of long tassels that sloped at an angle

Kelly’s dress featured a high, shallow neckline and short sleeves that ran midway down her toned arms. It was cinched around her tiny waist and featured a flapper-like skirt of long tassels that sloped at an angle

Henry wore a stylish powder blue striped suit, and he emphasized its casual nature with a thin white sweater

Henry wore a stylish powder blue striped suit, and he emphasized its casual nature with a thin white sweater

The brunette beauty styled her long highlighted locks in thick waves resting over her shoulders, and she sported chic bangs that framed her impeccably made-up face and infectious smile.

Kelly’s show from Wednesday featured celebrity appearances from Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding and country singer Tyler Hubbard.

Henry wore a stylish powder blue striped suit, and he emphasized its casual nature with a thin white sweater. 

At the start of his segment, he marveled at how much larger Kelly’s studio and audience were in New York City compared to the Los Angeles studio that she began her show in.

Henry then shared a story about how he had been trying to better understand New Yorker traditions.

The actor admitted that he had a pastrami sandwich for breakfast that day after submitting to a craving, but then he was embarrassed after the audience’s reaction suggested the sandwich was more of a lunch staple than a breakfast classic.

‘So that’s a faux pas,’ he said sheepishly. ‘Damn it!’ 

He admitted a friend he called up that day said it was ‘weird’ for him to have pastrami for breakfast, or meat in general

But Kelly pointed out that steak and eggs make up a classic breakfast dish.

‘I don’t mind meat in the morning,’ she said, before she fell into a giggling fit at the unintended double entendre, which also got a hearty laugh from the audience.

The former American Idol star stood up and paced around her coffee table to hide her red face, before taking a seat again. 

During her conversation with Tyler, Kelly egged him into recounting the story behind his new solo single Park, as he and his Florida Georgia Line co-founder Brian Kelley have been on hiatus since 2022. 

Henry admitted he'd had a pastrami sandwich that morning due to a craving, but he was embarrassed to learn that New Yorkers tend to save that classic for lunch

Henry admitted he’d had a pastrami sandwich that morning due to a craving, but he was embarrassed to learn that New Yorkers tend to save that classic for lunch

'So that's a faux pas,' he said sheepishly. 'Damn it!' He said meat for breakfast was probably a mistake

‘So that’s a faux pas,’ he said sheepishly. ‘Damn it!’ He said meat for breakfast was probably a mistake

But Kelly reminded him of the classic steak and eggs. 'I don't mind meat in the morning,' she said, before she fell into a giggling fit at the unintended double entendre, which also got a hearty laugh from the audience

But Kelly reminded him of the classic steak and eggs. ‘I don’t mind meat in the morning,’ she said, before she fell into a giggling fit at the unintended double entendre, which also got a hearty laugh from the audience

Tyler talked about his new single Park, which was inspired by a time he parked in a church lot to get intimate with his high school girlfriend

Tyler talked about his new single Park, which was inspired by a time he parked in a church lot to get intimate with his high school girlfriend

He was mortified when police interrupted the tryst and took him home to share the story with his parents, who grounded him for a month.

He was mortified when police interrupted the tryst and took him home to share the story with his parents, who grounded him for a month.

The story ended on a comical moment when his father asked him: 'Son, why didn't you just come park in the driveway?'

The story ended on a comical moment when his father asked him: ‘Son, why didn’t you just come park in the driveway?’

Tyler explained that the title referred to the practice of ‘parking,’ in which he and his high school girlfriend would park somewhere to be make out or be intimate.

But the incident directly responsible for the song occurred when he and his girlfriend decided to park in a church lot.

Their tryst was then interrupted by police, who drove Tyler home and told his parents about what he had been up to when they weren’t around.

The story ended on a comical moment when his father asked him: ‘Son, why didn’t you just come park in the driveway?’

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