For anyone in need of a major spiritual boost, look no further than the video for Kelly Clarkson's new single "Invincible." The uplifting track off Kelly's seventh album Piece by Piece comes to life with soul-stirring visuals that are equal parts inspirational and courageous with a generous shot of self-love. It's the perfect song to encourage women to stomp on their insecurities and kick them to the curb with a pointy-toed stiletto.
In the video, various ladies boldly stare their personal obstacles in the face as they fist pump and dance in unison, symbolically triumphing over fear, self-doubt and all the other invisible anchors that keep us from becoming our most awesome selves.
Based on the lyrics to "Invisible," Kelly is more than qualified to school women on how to elevate themselves from the depths of self-loathing to "feelin' myself" status. In the ballad, she takes us back to a moment where she felt less than capable, singing, "I was running from an empty threat of abandonment/I was running from an empty threat that didn't exist." Kelly's voice then flawlessly soars as she sings the chorus: "But now I am invincible/Now I ain't a scared a little girl no more/Yeah I am invincible/What was I running for?"
Whoa, Kelly! The chorus alone deserves a round of applause. Needless to say, we are all the way here for "Invincible."
Watch the "Invincible" video: