Leah Greenblatt
October 07, 2009 AT 04:13 PM EDT

Patsy Cline, Kings of Leon and Alanis Morissette? Kelly Clarkson can take them all on– and she did last night for a packed house at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom.

In addition to a soaring stomp through the White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army,” the Black Keys’ “Lies,” and Cline’s classic “Walking After Midnight,” Clarkson also segued Alanis’s “That I Would Be Good” into KoL’s “Use Somebody.” Watch it below:

Kings fans, if you’re keeping track, that’s a whole lot of famous-person tributes to “Use.” So who does it best — Paramore? Nickelback? Tyler Hilton? Bat for Lashes? Pixie Lott? Or a special KoL exception for Sugarland’s “Sex on Fire”?

And if you want to see what else you missed last night, YouTube has a nearly complete run-down of last night’s set, including Kelly classics “Since U Been Gone,” “Breakaway,” “Never Again,” and “I Do Not Hook Up” here.

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