Kelly Clarkson Wins At 2009 Women's World Awards In Vienna
VIENNA, AUSTRIA - Kelly Clarkson won the World Entertainment Award in Vienna earlier this month (March 5, 2009) at the prestigious Women's World Awards that honour the year's women from around the world in a variety of fields for their vision, personal strength, personal commitment, and their passion to create a better world in the 21st Century. The Women's World Awards have been presented since their inception in 2004 by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Mikhail Gorbachev.
Kelly Clarkson shot to stardom by winning on the television series "American Idol" in September 2002. She signed with RCA Records after winning American Idol and released her first album titled "Thankful" in 2003. In 2004 she released her second album called "Breakaway", which went platinum many times over throughout the world. In 2006 Clarkson's album "Breakaway" won two Grammies for Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance" for the track "Since U Been Gone".
Clarkson was very enthusiastic about receiving her World Entertainment Award in Vienna, and she gave a press conference afterwards. She says she continues to tour with her music and this month in March 2009, she released her new album titled "All I Ever Wanted", on RCA Records, which is her fourth to date.