Kelly Clarkson`s album pushed back again

Los Angeles: Singer Kelly Clarkson`s fans will have to wait longer for her fifth album as the release date has been pushed to October.

The 29-year-old American Idol winner has been eager to release the disc, entitled `Stronger`, and label bosses at Rca Records advised her that September would be the best month to
launch the record.

But fans are having to wait even longer for the new material, it`s now slated for a late October release, following a new single, reported MTV online.

The `Since U Been Gone` hitmaker has been busy working on the follow-up to 2009`s `All I Ever Wanted`, and finished the songs last year.

In a post on her page, Clarkson writes, "Finally! My new single is called Mr Know It All and it`s coming to radio very soon. Also, my album, Stronger, is officially coming out October 25th. My new website... will give you all the info on the upcoming release dates, single artwork, and more! Get Ready Cause I Am!"


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