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Plus, she blessed fans with yet another epic 'Kellyoke' cover.

Kelly Clarkson always keeps it real. So when she noticed a picture that didn't look totally real on The Voice's Twitter account, she couldn't help cracking a joke.

The Voicetweeted a promo shot of Clarkson in a silky blue high neck dress on Wednesday (Feb. 19), declaring, "The reigning champ is back and ready to WIN." While the "Stronger" singer may be ready to dominate Season 18, the tweet most caught her attention because of the size of her chest.

"I feel like this is what I would look like with a boob job," Clarkson tweeted in response, adding a crying laughing emoji. "I don’t know why my chest looks enormous in this pic but thank you to the Universe for this one ha! Finally! I also feel like all I need is a cape and then I’m ready to save some civilians y’all!"

Season 18 will mark Clarkson's fifth season as a coach, turning her chair alongside Voice vet Blake Shelton, returning coach John Legend and newcomer Nick Jonas. She's won three out of the four seasons she's coached so far, most recently with country singer Jake Hoot last season.

In the meantime, Clarkson continue to host her popular daytime talk show, TheKelly Clarkson Show, where she continues to crush covers of hit songs. The latest Kellyoke saw Clarkson belt out Lewis Capaldi's breakout ballad "Someone You Loved," which featured a pair of interpretive dancers.

Check out Clarkson's hilarious boob job tweet and cover of "Someone You Loved" below.

I feel like this is what I would look like with a boob job -- I don’t know why my chest looks enormous in this pic but thank you to the Universe for this one ha! Finally! -- I also feel like all I need is a cape and then I’m ready to save some civilians y’all! https://t.co/QFmIjEcOzx

— Kelly Clarkson (@kellyclarkson) February 20, 2020

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