Kelly opens up about Clarkson about why she wouldn’t explicitly discuss her divorce from Brandon Blackstock


Kelly Clarkson is very open about her life, but there is one thing that fans may not have heard of. She does not plan to go into details about her divorce from Brandon Blackstock. Clarkson and Blackstock had been married for almost seven years until Clarkson filed for divorce in June. The former couple are parents to 6-year-old daughter River Rose and 4-year-old son Remington Alexander.

“I am a very open person, but I am not really open about this in certain aspects because it involves children,” Clarkson said in a new interview. Los Angeles Times. Clarkson said she might open up about it eventually, but “maybe” Kelly Clarkson Show, But that time is no longer. “… It would probably be, I’m assuming, when someone says a conversation or something, it’s organized. It certainly wouldn’t be planned,” he said.

Clarkson continued to note “the situation involves very few hearts”, referring to his children and Blackstock’s older children from previous relationships. “It’s a lot to process and deal with as a family. So because it’s not just for me, I probably won’t go too deep with it,” he said.

However, Clarkson has teased a more “personal” collection of music for his next album. During a chat Sunday Today Host Willie Geist, Clarkson, said his next album would be “the most personal one I’ve ever had”. It is “basically every emotion you experience from the beginning of a relationship to the end of a relationship. It’s very therapeutic to me. It’s very honest.” This will be Clarkson’s first album meaning of life Was released in 2017.

Clarkson, 38, told the Times that she is “very lucky”, an outlet for her feelings after her divorce. Even before she became famous, her mother told her that she could use her music to help her express her feelings. The recording also helped keep her busy during the coronovirus epidemic, which forced her to postpone a planned Las Vegas residence. She is also focusing on her children during this awkward back-to-school session. River will be taking online classes at least through October.

As Voice Koch notes, many forget “how difficult the situation really is for children”. “It’s hard to tell at 4- and 6-years-old – and then without making them panic, that it’s like an angry apocalypse and they’re going to die by taking off their mask,” Clarkson said. “It’s a very difficult thing to navigate right now: to be honest with them but not so honest as to be overwhelming and scary.”

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