This 12 months has been life-changing for everybody. For Kelly Clarkson, 2020 introduced the top of her marriage with Brandon Blackstock.
The “Breakaway” singer’s break up from her husband of seven years was introduced in June. In a phase on The Kelly Clarkson Show on Nov. 24, the star talked about what she’s grateful for throughout this tumultuous 12 months, and her feedback hinted on the cause why her marriage is ending.
Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock’s divorce was introduced in June
The 38-year-old star quietly filed for divorce from Blackstock in June. The two received married in 2013 after having met on the 2006 American Country Music Awards. Blackstock was the tour supervisor for Rascal Flatts on the time, and Clarkson carried out with them at that present. They reportedly reconnected in 2012 via Blake Shelton.
The former couple shares two kids, River Rose, 6, and Remington Alexander, 4. Blackstock additionally has two kids from a earlier marriage. According to E! News, courtroom paperwork relating to the divorce cited the explanation for the break up as irreconcilable variations.
In the time because the divorce was introduced, Narvel Blackstock, Clarkson’s father-in-law, has sued the singer, claiming she owes him $1.Four million, in accordance with Us Weekly. Narvel owns Starstruck Entertainment, the administration firm the place Clarkson’s ex works (it additionally represents Shelton). Clarkson reportedly entered right into a verbal settlement with Starstruck Entertainment in 2007, however there was no official contract. For this cause, Clarkson has filed a counter lawsuit reportedly claiming her ex and father-in-law will not be licensed to work as expertise brokers in California.
Despite the stress this household drama has undoubtedly introduced the Emmy successful discuss present host, Clarkson mentioned on Nov. 24 that she’s grateful for the whole lot she’s realized this 12 months.
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Kelly Clarkson shared what she’s grateful for in 2020
In her “Finish the Phrase” phase, Clarkson shared what she’s realized about herself throughout the issue of this 12 months.
“I’m grateful in 2020 for the lesson I learned about…” she mentioned, then including, “Myself.”
“It’s so funny,” she continued. “Even at 38, I feel like I’m always changing and progressing in a good sense, in a good way. And I always want to make sure I’m being the best version of myself.”
Here’s the place Clarkson’s feedback hinted at what she’s realized from her divorce.
“My mom has been telling me since I was a kid: You are who you surround yourself with,” she shared. “You want to make sure you’re surrounded by people that also want to be the best versions of themselves and also want a good common goal for everyone, not just themselves, right?”
As the star continued, “It’s been a really good lesson to learn people could be bad for you in a certain time. And I think that everybody just goes, ‘Oh, well that means they’re bad.’ Well it doesn’t necessarily mean that, it just means that you’re on different paths. And I think that that’s OK. Everybody’s on a different learning curve.”
Clarkson has at all times been swish and sincere when talking about her personal life. It’s a part of what makes followers join together with her a lot and what makes her a fantastic discuss present host. If her feedback have been, certainly, about issues she realized via her break up with Blackstock, the star has definitely discovered a approach to discover some good via all of the hardship. After all, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.