Kelly Clarkson

“Christmas Isn’t Canceled (Just You)" is a very different kind of breakup song.
The singer split from Brandon Blackstock in June 2020 after seven years of marriage.
“The Kelly Clarkson Show” will replace “Ellen” beginning in fall 2022, NBC announced.
The "Jennifer's Body" actor told Kelly Clarkson how she uses pop hits like "Oops I Did It Again" to get over her fear of flying.
The actor talked to Kelly Clarkson about some of his favorite moments of the iconic HBO series — and his answers did not disappoint.
The star told Kelly Clarkson he was so nervous before shooting the scene that he broke out in hives.
The "Basic Instinct" actor opened up about the kinship she shares with the pop star. “Women ― and, I’m sure, all of the young stars ― get handled," she said.
The singer erupted in a giggle fit when Paltrow said the song's full name live on air.
"I don’t know how anybody ... goes through grief like divorce, any kind of grief, any kind of loss, without having an outlet like this,” the "Voice" coach said.
The first lady told the talk show host that things happen for the best and that life will eventually “look better.”
"The Voice" coach and Brandon Blackstock are splitting after nearly 7 years of marriage.
One person sagely noted, "No dystopian fiction could have imagined the present reality."
On the season premiere of her talk show, the "American Idol" champion touched on her split from Brandon Blackstock, saying, "What I'm dealing with is hard."
The singer channels her heartbreak into an upcoming album, which she says will be the “most personal” one yet.
The "American Idol" champ fired back after a Twitter user hinted her marriage "didn't work" because of her professional ambitions.
The "American Idol" veteran, who split from husband Brandon Blackstock earlier this month, said maintaining her mental health is a "daily" process.
Fans believed the talk show host was sending a message after her split with husband Brandon Blackstock.
The couple share two children together, daughter River Rose and son Remington Alexander.
The NBC show co-host's motorized chair started spinning as she stood and clapped for competitor Samuel Wilco's performance.
"I'm not lying!" the "Crazy Rich Asians" star told Kelly Clarkson.