Kelly Clarkson’s famous, wealthy, well-liked, and just an O and a T away from fully EGOT-ing (Daytime Emmys count, OK?!). But our girl’s had a rough past few months. Back in June she filed for divorce from her husband of almost seven years/former Reba McEntire stepson, Brandon Blackstock. This was after the couple and their four kids (River Rose, 6, Remington, 4, and Brandon’s children from his first marriage, Savannah, 18, and Seth, 13) quarantined together in a one-room cabin at their Montana ranch. In retrospect, divorce was the only possible outcome.
Now 38-year-old Kelly’s pulling an Ellen and addressing the elephant in the room on her talk show. The difference is Kelly’s elephant won’t stomp you to death as a “prank” if you make eye contact with it. On the second season premiere of The Kelly Clarkson Show, Kelly said she didn’t see her divorce coming, but she’s putting her kids first and being careful about what she shares publicly.
And yes, Alex Trebek (seen above at last year’s ceremony) won another Daytime Emmy even though his show airs in the evening. That’s the POWER of Alex Trebek!
Last night, the Daytime Emmys (the ugly step-sister of the more glamourous Primetime Emmys) were handed out, virtually––and for yet another year, a whole lot of NOTHING passing as riveting television won big. I can’t relate to anything on-air in the mornings because I’m usually either still passed out, or nursing an edibles-and-wine hangover while barely holding it together in a Zoom call. But after reading this list of winners, it’s clear that I’m not missing out on anything.
More celebrity split news to make you feel better about your own relationship (or lack thereof). Last week Kelly Clarkson fans and loved ones were “shocked” when she filed for divorce from her husband of nearly seven years, Brandon Blackstock. A quick review of the split. It was allegedly “amicable”, they had irreconcilable differences, there’s a prenup, and she’s asking for joint custody of their two kids (River, 5, and Remington, 3), and the entire family (including Brandon’s two teen children from his first marriage) was self-isolating at their ranch in Montana.
But apparently that sprawling ranch wasn’t big enough for the both of ’em, because now insiders are claiming the state of their marriage got worse while holed up together in quarantine. “No shit!”, replied all the recent divorcées in China (and Kristen Bell and Dax Shephard)
Yesterday the news broke that Kelly Clarkson reclaimed her title as Miss Independent, and filed for divorce from her husband of almost seven years/current manager/former Reba stepson, Brandon Blackstock. Kelly asked for joint custody of their 5-year-old daughter, River Rose, and 3-year-old son, Remington
Steele Alexander. Brandon also has two teenagers from a former marriage. The entire family has been quarantining at their Montana ranch, and last month they put their L.A. home on the market for $10 million.
So how did Kelly’s friends react to her big decision to Breakaway? Was this one of those splits where everyone texted each other “About time, bitch!”, or is Kelly the type who holds her relationship cards close to her chest (well, her relationship problems, we know she’s not shy about her sex life)? Looks like it’s the latter, because E! News says Kelly’s “inner circle” was as blindsided as Steve Harvey when Kelly stole his daytime slot.
In the words of DJ Khaled, “Another one!” Yep, another celebrity split. According to documents obtained by The Blast, Kelly Clarkson has filed for divorce from her husband/music manager Brandon Blackstock. They have two kids, 5-year-old daughter River Rose, and 3-year-old Remington Alexander. 43-year-old Brandon also has two teenagers, Savannah and Seth, from a previous marriage. The couple and all four kids have been social distancing at their ranch in Montana. And let’s just tell each other that “Remington” is after Remington Steele and not the gun brand. Continue reading
Award season turned onwards as the 2020 Critics Choice came in to give away all the awards which have been given by the “critics”. Of course in today’s social media age a critic is just someone with a wi-fi connection, but these critics in particular are like special, or something–so you better listen up because I’m gonna tell you who won and so they’re blessed for the coming year with a boost to their paychecks and asking-potential. Also I’m gonna comment on their clothing choices–Journalism!