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Kelly Clarkson opens up about the impact her divorce had on her career

Kelly Clarkson has been through some tough times, but she's never afraid to be vulnerable with fans and open up – and even joke – about her divorce from Brandon Blackstock.MORE: Kelly Clarkson makes emotional revelation about who she really owes her career toThe star recently made an appearance on The Chart Show with Brooke Reese to discuss everything going on in her life as of late, from her new covers EP, Kellyoke, to new music, and how she has handled her divorce.She wasn't afraid to admit how difficult the transition into being a single mom is, and how her approach to parenthood has changed since her divorce.WATCH: Kelly dazzles in glitzy mini dressMORE: Kelly Clarkson bids farewell to show as she gears up for summer vacationIt didn't take long for her to be asked when fans could expect new music, to which she explained that though she wants nothing more than to release original work, the last two years haven't made it easy."Everybody knows the huge divorce I went through and it's been like two years and not easy with kids," she said.Detailing how much her life has changed and how different her approach to music and her career is now, she said: "Especially that makes it just a whole different dynamic."A post shared by The Kelly Clarkson Show (@kellyclarksonshow)Kelly revealed how much Billie Eilish's Happier Than Ever resonated with herThough she assured fans that new music was coming eventually, she wasn't afraid to confess: "I've never had this difficult of a project."MORE: Kelly Clarkson’s ex-husband buys $1.8 million home after divorce battleMORE: Kelly Clarkson regains ownership of Montana ranch as ex-husband finally moves outShe admitted that since she was a young girl, her outlet when going through difficult
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Kelly Clarkson opens up about the impact her divorce had on her career
Kelly Clarkson has been through some tough times, but she's never afraid to be vulnerable with fans and open up – and even joke – about her divorce from Brandon Blackstock.MORE: Kelly Clarkson makes emotional revelation about who she really owes her career toThe star recently made an appearance on The Chart Show with Brooke Reese to discuss everything going on in her life as of late, from her new covers EP, Kellyoke, to new music, and how she has handled her divorce.She wasn't afraid to admit how difficult the transition into being a single mom is, and how her approach to parenthood has changed since her divorce.WATCH: Kelly dazzles in glitzy mini dressMORE: Kelly Clarkson bids farewell to show as she gears up for summer vacationIt didn't take long for her to be asked when fans could expect new music, to which she explained that though she wants nothing more than to release original work, the last two years haven't made it easy."Everybody knows the huge divorce I went through and it's been like two years and not easy with kids," she said.Detailing how much her life has changed and how different her approach to music and her career is now, she said: "Especially that makes it just a whole different dynamic."A post shared by The Kelly Clarkson Show (@kellyclarksonshow)Kelly revealed how much Billie Eilish's Happier Than Ever resonated with herThough she assured fans that new music was coming eventually, she wasn't afraid to confess: "I've never had this difficult of a project."MORE: Kelly Clarkson’s ex-husband buys $1.8 million home after divorce battleMORE: Kelly Clarkson regains ownership of Montana ranch as ex-husband finally moves outShe admitted that since she was a young girl, her outlet when going through difficult
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Kelly Clarkson bids farewell to show as she gears up for summer vacation
Kelly Clarkson has some changes coming her way, and they are certainly making her reminisce! The star is gearing up to say goodbye to season three of The Kelly Clarkson Show.MORE: Kelly Clarkson’s ex-husband buys $1.8 million home after divorce battleAs she prepares for a proper summer break, the singer is looking back on all the incredibly special moments and milestones she accomplished during the third installment of her hit talk show.The crew arranged an adorable yearbook full of pictures, and it detailed just how many guests she had, games she played, and more.WATCH: Kelly collapses after being upstaged by Anne HathawayMORE: Kelly Clarkson regains ownership of Montana ranch as ex-husband finally moves outAs she flipped through the pages, in true yearbook style, headshots were included of some of the exciting guests that stopped by the show, such as Leslie Mann, Jessica Alba, Michael Bublé, Jane Fonda, Tom Selleck and Hilary Duff.The yearbook revealed that Kelly filmed a total of 180 episodes, she sang 169 "Kellyokes," a combination of her name and karaoke, and most shocking of all, she entertained a whopping 1,027 guests.She also celebrated the fact that they won two Sports Emmys for the previous season and were nominated for nine Emmys for season three, after which she said: "It really is exciting, my team works really hard."A post shared by The Kelly Clarkson Show (@kellyclarksonshow)Kelly looks back on a fantastic seasonKelly even took a moment to throw shade to her fellow The Voice co-host Blake Shelton, when she announced that of the 28 games played throughout the season, she "only" won fifteen, and she joked: "This must be the feeling Blake has on The Voice."MORE: Kelly Clarkson's peculiar eating habit will
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Miranda Lambert inspires fans as she reveals adorable new addition to her family
Miranda Lambert is seriously committed to – aside from her music of course – is animals.MORE: Miranda Lambert blows fans away in the ultimate cowgirl dressThe star is a devout advocate for pet adoption and the overall wellbeing of them, and she'll do whatever she can to help out shelters and pet charities that facilitate saving the lives of animals and giving them a home.Though she already has quite a few dogs and cats at home, it looks like she simply can't help herself from adding yet another one to her brood!WATCH: Miranda absolutely rocks a cowgirl outfitMORE: Miranda Lambert pleads with fans for help after devastating Montana floodsMiranda took to Instagram Wednesday afternoon to issue an emotional plea to her followers encouraging them to stop by their local animal shelter and help in any way they can.Leading by example, the country star revealed that she was adopting a sweet little cat, which she showed off in the heartfelt video.Praising the shelter from which she adopted the cat, she said: "It's an amazing shelter, they were raising money for the National Pet Project today, and it's just a summer reminder to visit your local shelter, especially your shelters that take every single thing that comes in daily."A post shared by Miranda Lambert (@mirandalambert)Miranda's heartfelt and inspiring announcementShe explained: "Summertime is a great time to add a new friend to your family which I am doing today, he's going home with me," and though she initially grew emotional opening up about the importance of adoption, she had an instant smile on her face the moment she announced the adorable addition.MORE: Miranda Lambert teams up with Walmart for home goods collection inspired by familyMORE: Miranda Lambert teases
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Yellowstone prequel series 1932 changes its title to 1923
Paramount Plus celebrated the launch of the streaming service in the UK and Ireland and also announced its Yellowstone prequel 1932 will actually be set nine years earlier.The streaming service revealed on Monday that the series will now be entitled 1923, which, 'will account for the end of World War 1 (1918) and the start of Prohibition (1920) both of which will be woven into the story.'It was also announced that Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren will star in the series, which will represent the next two generations of the Dutton family from Yellowstone, decades after they both starred together in 1986's The Mosquito Coast. Celebrated:Paramount Plus celebrated the launch of the streaming service in the UK and Ireland and also announced its Yellowstone prequel 1932 will actually be set nine years earlier Stars:It was also announced that Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren will star in the series, which will represent the next two generations of the Dutton family from Yellowstone, decades after they both starred together in 1986's The Mosquito CoastThe show will follow the Duttons, 'as they struggle to survive historic drought, lawlessness and prohibition, and an epidemic of cattle theft.'On top of all this, they must also deal with, 'Montana's great depression,' which happened several years before the Great Depression of 1929.
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Kelly Clarkson regains ownership of Montana ranch as ex-husband finally moves out
Kelly Clarkson's divorce drama has finally come to a respite, for now. The star initially filed for divorce from Brandon Blackstock in June 2020, and the two years since have been filled with legal drama.MORE: Kelly Clarkson's peculiar eating habit will take you by surpriseHer ex has challenged her on various fronts, including over custody for their two children, River Rose and Remington Alexander, child support payments, and property rights.One of the points of most contention has been their dispute over Kelly's ranch in Montana, which Us Weekly reports Brandon has finally moved out of.WATCH: Kelly collapses after being upstaged by Anne HathawayMORE: Kelly Clarkson announces surprising break from show as she reveals highly-anticipated summer plansThe former couple's argument over the ranch, which the singer is listed as sole owner of, began when her ex-husband, who is a talent manager, revealed he wanted to leave the entertainment industry and become a full-time rancher.When his ex-wife announced she planned to sell the ranch, the father-of-two fought against it, insisting that he needed the sprawling property for his ranching business.In August 2021, a judge ruled that if he planned to work on the property and gain profit from it, he would be responsible for the costs of maintaining it, which Us Weekly lists as approximately $81,000 per month.A tour of the epic ranchStill, Kelly continued to challenge her ex-husband, though in December she lost a bid to evict him.MORE: Kelly Clarkson has hilarious debate with unexpected stars live on-airMORE: Kelly Clarkson prepares for impending move as her talk show takes over Ellen DeGerenes' daytime slotNow the talk show host finally has a victory under her name.
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Miranda Lambert pleads with fans for help after devastating Montana floods
Miranda Lambert has called on fans to help an animal shelter that was left destroyed after flooding.MORE: Miranda Lambert reveals her 'heart is broken' during emotional appearance Stafford Animal Shelter in Montana was caught up in the path of a freak flood on 13 June and as the area never suffers from flooding they did not have insurance.WATCH: Miranda Lambert pleads with fans for help after devastating Montana floodsThe animals and staff were safely rescued but the building now needs rebuilding "from the ground up" and Miranda has teamed up with her non-profit MuttNation to help with donations.The singer shared a video of the devastation that has hit the area, ,and captioned the post: "Stafford Animal Shelter needs ourhelp. Please join me and @muttnation in supporting their recovery efforts."MORE: Inside country music singers' jaw-dropping homes: Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood + moreMORE: Miranda Lambert stuns in skinny jeans in first performance since sad lossThe flooding comes as more than 10,000 people have been evacuated from Yellowstone national park and the surrounding areas in Wyoming and Montana after dangerous flooding caused by days of heavy rain and rapid snowmelt.Several bridges, roads and homes have been destroyed and it is unclear when residents can return.
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