March 2006
Music Week;3/4/2006, Issue 9, p11
Trade Publication
The article features Kelly Clarkson, the American Idol's first winner, as she received the Grammy Award. The award, from the good people at Sony BMG Great Britain &x#0026; Ireland, branded a 1.2 million Britain sales of her second album "Breakaway." The award was presented after her second sold-out night at the Hammersmith Apollo.


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