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Oh, and there's one other thing that separates the movie from, say, "She's All That" or "Boys and Girls" ("From Justin to Kelly" director Robert Iscove's previous movies). Guarini and Clarkson sing seven new songs in the movie, plus a remake of KC and the Sunshine Band's disco classic "That's the Way (I Like It)." Clarkson calls "From Justin to Kelly" " 'Grease' on the beach," but the movie is influenced just as much by recent musical movies "Moulin Rouge" and "Chicago" as by the classics.
"It's not so, like, musical, like jazzy," she said.
(Click to see photos on the set.) "We only actually kissed once in the movie," Clarkson said, shrugging off the challenge.
"And we've done stage kisses and romance scenes and everything before, so it wasn't anything big." And if Guarini's plot synopsis of the movie if any indication, "From Justin to Kelly" isn't quite the typical sappy love story.
"We're like brother and sister," Clarkson promised.
Needless to say, Clarkson didn't use her Fifth Amendment rights during the conversation. The fact that I tweeted 'pitchy stripper' and people said Miley Cyrus is not my problem," she said.
"It's very hip-hop." After Clarkson was crowned the "American Idol" last summer, the show's creator and her and Guarini's manager, Simon Fuller, approached the two about doing a movie.
They hesitated at first, but signed on when they learned it would be a musical.
Since then, the only obstacle has been finding the time to make "From Justin to Kelly." Both singers spent the fall on the ambitious "American Idol" tour and have been busting their butts to get albums out by spring, which is already six months later than they had originally hoped.
"From Justin to Kelly" was shot in just six weeks, with the stars spending any free hours in the recording studio.
'Timeless,' you put on that song from -- you can't fight it!