Kelly Clarkson premieres new music video for 'Wrapped in Red'
Kelly Clarkson

Three-time Grammy winner, Kelly Clarkson, is gearing up to re-promote last year's holiday record, Wrapped in Red. Filled with classics and new songs alike, Clarkson debuted her brand new video for the title track today. The video recorded in October is currently exclusive to Amazon.

"Wrapped in Red" is one of the new songs on the Christmas album fans had long waited for. It was also the first song written for the project a year prior to the release, co-written with her assistant and guitarist who happen to be married. The video features Clarkson looking stunning in a classic old-fashioned look. Waves of curls and glamorous dresses, we're reminded that in today's pop world, Kelly stands out against the rest with a wholesome look and powerful pipes.

Snowy scenes with vintage effects, Kelly sings of all these colors but during this holiday time, she's showing her passion, her love. "Blue is where I've been/ Green can't buy me you/ Silver bells reminds me that mistletoe's for two," she sings. Red is the color of love and she's wrapped in it, falling head over heels for her now husband, Brandon Blackstock.

The new video coincides with a re-release of Wrapped in Red exclusively available at Walmart. The new release features the standard album plus a bonus DVD of last year's NBC airing of, "Kelly Clarkson's (Cautionary) Christmas Tale." The story is about Clarkson basically being a scrooge until she visits a shelter of her assistant she fired. When his little sister gives Kelly her treat, Kelly realized the true meaning of Christmas. The Christmas special features guest appearances by mother-in-law Reba McEntire, Trisha Yearwood and good buddy, Blake Shelton.

During promotion of the album last year, Kelly at first was hiding her pregnancy. It was only until she began getting sick that she finally announced she was expecting her first child. The pregnancy limited her promotion of the record and remained in the U.S. to make the TV circuit. Wrapped in Red features the holiday hit, "Underneath the Tree."