They sure got a kick out of it.
Country music star Kelly Clarkson accidentally photobombed a family doing a Rockettes-style kickline outside of Radio City Music Hall.
In the clip, which was later posted to TikTok, the Cohen family can be seen doing a few repetitions of the iconic dance move before Clarkson, 41, enters the frame wearing a red beanie and sunglasses.
The “Stronger” singer can be seen looking around stunned with her mouth open as she realizes what is going on and slowly tries to edge away from the camera view.
“Can’t believe @kellyclarkson just photobombed our silly family kickline,” TikToker Marc Jordan Cohen wrote, tagging Clarkson’s show.
Since being posted, the video has been viewed nearly 2 million times and has drawn several hilarious comments — including one from Clarkson herself.
“I didn’t see what y’all were doing until it was too late ha,” the singer wrote, before adding: “My bad.”
Cohen responded to the “American Idol” alum that he and his family wished they had “asked you to join us.”
“I think she was like ‘OH SHOOT’ they’re doing something,” a second user laughed. “And felt bad for getting in the way.”
“Kelly always has the funniest reactions on the street,” a third person commented.
“That is the most New York thing to ever happen. how wonderful,” another person penned.
One user tagged Clarkson’s show, which recently moved to New York, and said they “really hope this makes it on her show.”
The Post reached out to Clarkson for comment.
Cohen later told The Post that the kickline was actually part of a scavenger hunt for a nearby Candy Cottage experience.
“The first clue prompted us to find a safe spot to perform a kickline in front of Radio City,” he said. “Naturally, I was attempting to disassociate. Hence why I didn’t see Kelly in front of us.”
According to Cohen, it was his sister-in-law who realized it was the “Since U Been Gone” songstress.
“My sister-in-law said she recognized her voice when she said, ‘Oh I didn’t even see the camera,’ and continued to pass by,” Cohen recalled. “So I pulled up the video and paused and zoomed in to confirm, yep, it sure was.”
Cohen attempted to locate Clarkson, but “she had already disappeared inside the building.”
This is not the first time Clarkson has been recorded interacting with her fans.
In September, Clarkson managed to shock one unsuspecting street performer in Las Vegas when she stopped to perform Tina Turner’s classic “What’s Love Got to Do With It.”
“I was on my way to soundcheck for @iHeartRadio tonight in Vegas,” she wrote on Instagram. “And was tipping this incredible woman killing some Tina Turner and then she asked me to sing and had no clue who I was, and then it hit her, and it made my day.”
In the clip, Clarkson, who donned all black, can be seen belting out the tune while the performer — who has not been identified — dances nearby.
In June, Clarkson also surprised fans when she turned up unannounced at the Platform shopping center in Los Angeles to promote her album “Chemistry.”
Complete with backup singers, the “Breakaway” singer performed songs “Favorite Kind of High” and “Me” from her 10th studio album at the time.
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