Kelly Clarkson accepts the best pop vocal album award for "Stronger" onstage at the 55th Grammys Awards on Feb. 10, 2013, in Los Angeles. / Getty
Kelly Clarkson may not have known R&B singer Miguel before the Grammy Awards, but she definitely does now.
While accepting the award on Sunday night for best pop vocal album for "Stronger," Clarkson said, "Miguel, I don't know who the hell you are, but we need to sing together. I mean, good God. That was the sexiest damn thing I've ever seen."
Shortly afterward her Grammy acceptance speech, Clarkson met Miguel for the first time backstage and posted their photo, along with the tweet "Miguel!":
Clarkson's acceptance speech caught the attention of fellow music artists, including Pink, who tweeted: "Congrats to Kelly Clarkson for the award and that love able speech. You made me laugh. Can't wait to hear that song with Miguel. Xo"
Miguel released his sophomore album, "Kaleidoscope Dream," in September 2012 and not only did it debut at No. 3, but it also secured a spot in New York magazine's Top 10 album list of 2012, and Spin put it at No. 5 of its 50 best albums of the year. Idolator named it the best set of 2012.
His track, "Adorn," scored the best R&B song at this year's Grammys.
Clarkson, meanwhile, bested Florence and the Machine, fun., Maroon 5 and Pink for the best pop vocal album honor.