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Kelly Clarkson announces new album 'Stronger'

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Kelly Clarkson has announced that her fifth studio album will be called Stronger.

The follow-up to 2009's All I Ever Wanted will be released on October 25, according to a post on her newly-revamped official website.

Clarkson will premiere the record's first single 'Mr Know It All' at a live webcast hosted by the site on August 30.

The track will be available for download from September 5 in the US and October 10 in the UK.

'Mr Know It All' was rumoured to be the name of the album's lead track last week by a blog on LA-based radio station MYfm, which teased: "Kelly still has the huge powerful voice, but does some new things with it and incorporates some great drum beats and tempo."

Clarkson finished recording the album at the end of last year, although songwriter Claude Kelly later explained its release was pushed back to give the singer a better "set-up".

Kelly told MTV News: "They want to make sure that the arena is clean for Kelly Clarkson's return, 'cause when she comes back, she always comes back pretty big."

Around 50 new tracks from Clarkson were leaked while she was on vacation in July, although she later told fans she wasn't angry and was just looking forward to them hearing the final version of the record.

Clarkson topped the US Billboard 200 and reached number three on the UK album chart with All I Ever Wanted in 2009.

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