• February 9, 2023

Kelly Clarkson doesn’t need a ‘man’ to ‘complete her’ says source

Kelly Clarkson is happy post her divorce from Brandon Blackstock

Kelly Clarkson is happy to be single and need “no man” in her life.

“She’s realised that she doesn’t need a man to complete her,” said a source.

Source further told outlet, “If the right guy come along, the singer would be open to seeing where it goes.”

After the bitter divorce from Brandon Blackstock, the source pointed out that “the singer jokes that she doesn’t have to answer anyone.”

However, the source remarked, “She still believes in love despite everything.”

“Becoming a single mom took some adjusting to, but it’s made Kelly an even better parent,” added a source.

After Kelly Clarkson‘s bitter divorce from Brandon Blackstock, it seems like the TV star, 40, is on the upswing.

“Kelly’s happier than she’s been in a very long time,” a source revealed. “She’s realized that she doesn’t need a man to complete her.”

Should the right guy come along, however, the American Idol alum “would be open to seeing where it goes,” the source adds.

“Kelly likes to joke that she’s enjoying not having anyone to answer to, but she isn’t dead inside. She still believes in love despite everything,” a source said. “Becoming a single mom took some adjusting to, but it’s made Kelly an even better parent.”


As stated, Clarkson “would be open to seeing where it goes” should the right guy come into her life.

Despite this, though, the “Since U Been Gone” singer is said to have “realized that she doesn’t need a man to complete her,” with the insider adding that she “likes to joke that she’s enjoying not having anyone to answer to, but she isn’t dead inside.”

In the end, while the “American Idol” winner reportedly “took some adjusting” in becoming a single mother, this has made her “an even better parent.”

Kelly Clarkson has not confirmed the matter, making it unclear whether the claims are accurate.

Clarkson and Blackstock tied the knot in October 2013 after two years together.

“I’m too happy. He’s ruining my creativity,” she gushed to Us Weekly before they exchanged vows. “I’m writing all this happy s—t. It’s killing me.”
The twosome went on to welcome daughter River in 2014 and son Remington in April 2016. The talent manager also shares daughter Savannah and son Seth with ex-wife Melissa Ashworth.
“I think parenting changes you in the best of ways,” Clarkson told Us in February 2020. “It’s made me stronger, but it’s definitely hard. It’s the hardest job out of all the jobs. … I think it makes you selfless. It makes you really prioritize.”
Us confirmed in June 2020 that Clarkson filed for divorce from Blackstock after nearly seven years of marriage, citing “irreconcilable differences.” The news came after the family of four spent several months living in Montana amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Money

After Us confirmed the talk show host was ordered to pay her estranged husband nearly $200,000 in monthly support, a source clarified that the pair hadn’t yet reached a “formal settlement” before finalizing their divorce. “It’s expected to happen soon,” the insider noted in July 2021, adding that their “prenup is not being contested, despite reports.”

The Spousal Support
While Clarkson asked the court to enforce their prenuptial agreement and block spousal support, TMZ reports that he is seeking $436,000 a month —$301,000 in spousal support and $135,000 in child support — from the musician. He is also asking for Clarkson to pay his $2 million attorney fees.
“You are so normal! I absolutely love you. Thank you for never changing over the years and staying true to yourself. You are amazing!” one person wrote. “I NEED TO SEE THESE ON THE DAILY!!!!!! Hilarious 😂,” a different follower responded. “Bloopers, I asked … I got … thank you tiktok 🥰🥰,” another added.
For what it’s worth, Kelly must have a good sense of humor to see a compilation of herself messing up on TV. What’s more, this isn’t the first time The Kelly Clarkson Show‘s TikTok has highlighted how down-to-earth the host is. In addition to posting similar videos, the social media account has also shared funny instances of Kelly being her authentic self while the camera were rolling.
The popular TikTok page did just that earlier this year, when the Grammy winner learned how to make shrimp scampi with Gordon Ramsay. Needless to say, she got frustrated … but her fans had a good time watching the recap.

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