|Despite a recently sprained foot and hairline fracture, Kelly found her inner Kerri Strug|
and bounced around the stage like a champ
I know, you're wondering why these two seemingly different artists would choose to tour together this summer, but they actually have more in common than you think. First, both Kelly and The Fray began their professional music careers in 2002 and are therefore celebrating a decade of success. Second, while they've both earned rightful spots in modern music, they got their biggest breaks from TV shows (American Idol and Grey's Anatomy, respectively). Along those same lines, both artists' catalogs have become soundtrack staples over the past 10 years on the big and small screens. The Fray's career is arguably much more modest than Kelly's, but the two have chosen to alternate which artist headlines each particular show. In Detroit, Kelly took the stage first.
|Isaac Slade fills in for Jason Aldean on his and Kelly's|
country chart topper "Don't You Wanna Stay"