From Justin to Kelly is a 2003 comedy-musical-romance film starring Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini, the winner and runner-up, respectively, of the first season of American Idol. It is considered to be one of the worst films ever made. It won the Golden Raspberry Award in 2005 for "Worst 'Musical' of Our First 25 Years."
Some theater chains threatened not to screen the movie at all when distributor 20th Century Fox announced plans to rush it to VHS and DVD a mere six weeks after its opening weekend, but Fox ultimately relented and pushed the release date back a number of months. After the opening-weekend flop, Fox reinstated the original release schedule.
The choreography was considered so bad that a special Golden Raspberry "Governor's Award" was created as an excuse to present the film with a Razzie. Clarkson's rising musical career was unaffected by the movie's failure, but the negative reaction caused further delay of Guarini's debut album, which sold poorly. Clarkson stated in many interviews that she was "contractually obligated" to film the movie, and that she "never wanted to do this or be an actress."
The movie was better received by the Teen Choice Awards, as it was nominated for Choice Summer Movie and Choice Chemistry. Clarkson was nominated for Choice Breakout Movie Star, Female and Choice Crossover Artist.