Kelly Clarkson has been busy preparing for her second season as a coach on NBC's "The Voice" while also gearing up for a tour in 2019 in support of her latest album, "Meaning of Life." The next year will be busy for the singer-songwriter, as she announced that she will host her own daytime talk show on NBC -- "The Kelly Clarkson Show" in 2019. Clarkson made the announcement on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" on September 18, 2018 and gave details on what the show will be like.

Kelly Clarkson will sing on the new talk show

Kelly Clarkson told Jimmy Fallon that she will be singing on the new talk show and her own backing band that goes out on tour with her will be the show's band.

Fans will tune in to see and hear Clarkson perform cover songs as well, much like the fan request slot in her tour setlists. Clarkson is poised to be a natural when "The Kelly Clarkson Show" begins airing on NBC next year because talking also happens to be a strength for her.

"We shot the pilot. I love talking. It's one of my favorite pastimes. It's hard for me to shut up," she told Jimmy Fallon.

'The Kelly Clarkson Show' will air before 'The Ellen Show'

Clarkson also revealed to Jimmy Fallon that her upcoming daytime show will air right before "The Ellen Show" on most NBC-owned TV stations. The new gig is executive produced by Clarkson herself, as well as her husband and manager, Brandon Blackstock.

It will be based out of Los Angeles. Placing the talk show before "The Ellen Show" has its advantages, as fans of Ellen Degeneres are likely to tune in to see Clarkson. Ironically, her last appearance on "The Ellen Show" had the three-time Grammy winner practice hosting a talk show with much crowd participation.

Kelly Clarkson has been affiliated with NBC since she signed on to season 14 of "The Voice" which aired earlier in 2018.

Her own contestant Brynn Cartelli won that season, giving the singer-songwriter another reality competition win. For season 15, Clarkson will return alongside Jennifer Hudson as the two female coaches. The new season begins on September 24.

Clarkson was also asked to host the 2018 Billboard Music Awards which aired in May and was widely praised for her energy and ability to keep the show exciting.

Clarkson performed a medley of Top 40 hits, as well as her own "Whole Lotta Woman" taken from her latest album.

Until "The Kelly Clarkson Show" airs in the fall of 2019, fans will have plenty of opportunities to see the songstress. Her "Meaning of Life Tour" kicks off in January with guests Kelsea Ballerini and "The Voice" winner Brynn Cartelli.