Kelly Clarkson - A Moment Like This (Official Music Video HD)

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"A Moment Like This" is a song originally recorded by American singer Kelly Clarkson the first winner of American Idol, released as her first ever single which topped the Billboard Hot 100 from her multi-platinum debut album, Thankful. It has been recorded by Leona Lewis, the third winner of the British television programme The X Factor.

The song was co-written by Jörgen Elofsson and John Reid (of dance act Nightcrawlers) and produced by Stephen Ferrera and Steve Mac. It was written to be the first single for the winner of the first season of American Idol. As a result, the four remaining finalists, Kelly Clarkson, Justin Guarini, Nikki McKibbin, and Tamyra Gray each recorded a version of the song in case he or she won. The song was first revealed to the public when Guarini and Clarkson competed in a final showdown while singing this song, along with another track, "Before Your Love". After the American public had voted, Guarini performed the song (and Clarkson performed "Before Your Love") at the final show before the results were revealed. When Clarkson was announced as the winner, she became emotional, and sang the song as her final performance.

"Before Your Love", was also given to radio and had a video shot, which debuted on MTV's TRL before "A Moment Like This" did; however, it failed to achieve the level of success of "A Moment Like This". To date, "A Moment Like This" has sold approximately 1,047,000 copies.[1]

On 10/18/2002, the single was certified gold by RIAA and has sold over 500,000 copies in all formats in the U.S.

The music video for "A Moment Like This" is relatively simple, and has Clarkson exploring an abandoned theatre. She can be seen taking the stage to sing, and clips of her singing on American Idol and getting emotional when she won are also shown.

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