So much for taking Adele's advice about having babies.
After revealing to Jay Leno that she and her new husband, Brandon Blackstock, are "trying, trying, trying... like rabbits!" to get pregnant, Kelly Clarkson is finally expecting.
“I’m pregnant!!! Brandon and I are so excited! Best early Christmas present ever,” the 31 year-old confirmed on her Twitter.
The pregnancy is the first for the former American Idol winner, who wed her husband last month. Blackstock has two children from his previous marriage - Savannah, 12, and Seth, 6. “My kids love her. I couldn’t ask for a better stepmother for my children," Blackstock's ex-wife Melissa said of Clarkson.
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Adele warned Kelly Clarkson not to have a baby.
The "Stronger" hitmaker, who is eager to start a family with her new husband Brandon Blackstock, has revealed the British star advised her not to get pregnant unless she was ready to take a career break and stay at home. "'Girl, don't have a baby 'cause everything else will go on the back burner. I'm living in babyland!'" the 31-year-old star said that the 25-year-old Oscar-winning singer told her at the Grammy Awards in February.
Kelly Clarkson has gotten married.
The 31-year-old singer reportedly tied the knot with music manager Brandon Blackstock - whom she has been dating since February 2012 - at the luxurious Blackberry Farm resort in Walland, Tennessee, on Saturday. Renee Beranek, a relative of an employee at the stunning venue, wrote on Twitter, "Kelly Clarkson got married at Blackberry Farm today... My sister is the chef at Blackberry Farms... Crazy! [sic]."
The "Stronger" hitmaker sparked speculation of the nuptials after she filed for a marriage license in the town of Sumner County, Tennessee, last Tuesday, which gave the couple just 30 days to get hitched. The songstress had previously envisioned a big wedding with her friends and family in attendance, but she shot down those plans after becoming overwhelmed.
Kelly Clarkson freaked out after misplacing her engagement ring at the 2013 CMA Music Festival on Saturday.
The 31-year-old singer, who is set to marry music manager Brandon Blackstock on October 20, repeatedly apologized to her fiance on stage at the event in Nashville, Tennessee, after suddenly noticing that she wasn't wearing her custom-made canary yellow diamond ring while performing her first song "Stronger."
According to CMT.com, the former American Idol winner blamed the disappearance of her ring on nerves and told the 60,000 fans at the event: "This is my first official set at a country ... thing. I've been nervous all day because I wanted to be good for you!"
She expressed her relief on Twitter on Sunday after finding the sparkler, writing, "For all of the concerned fans I FOUND MY RINGS!!! Seriously, panicked in my head all night long .....so did Brandon haha!"
Kelly Clarkson will marry Brandon Blackstock on October 20, 2013.
The "Stronger" singer - who got engaged to the music manager in December - sent out their Save the Date invitations in recent days, and will tie the knot in Nashville, Tennessee. The simple yellow and brown stationary, obtained by gossip website RadarOnline.com, reads, "Bookmark the date for the wedding of Kelly and Brandon," including the date and location saying, "Formal invitation to follow."
Blake Shelton, who is managed by Brandon and is one of Kelly's best pals, will officiate the ceremony.
The 30-year-old American Idol winner recently admitted that she was "overwhelmed" by her wedding plans because she was struggling to keep their guest-list under control. "We're just kind of overwhelmed with the planning of the wedding. We're actually thinking fall this year and we're thinking outside. We're trying to make it small, but it is hard. I literally had a breakdown two weeks ago about the wedding list. I'm terrified of everyone watching me walk down the aisle," she explained.
Kelly Clarkson is engaged. The "Since You've Been Gone" singer has announced she will wed 35-year-old talent manager Brandon Blackstock, who popped the question last night after nine months of dating.
The 30-year-old star - who shot to fame after winning American Idol in 2002 - shared her joy with her fans on Twitter, writing, "I'm engaged!!!! I wanted y'all to know!! Happiest night of my life last night! I am so lucky and am with the greatest man ever."
Kelly recently expressed her hopes that the couple would tie the knot even though they weren't yet engaged. Last month, she said, "We are totally going to get married. We love each other. We are totally going to get married one day. I mean, he's got to put a ring on at some point. But I'll wait it out."
Kelly Clarkson has "high hopes" for her new relationship.
The American Idol winner - who has been single for six years - says her "fingers are crossed" in the hopes of a long-lasting relationship with boyfriend Brandon Blackstock.
"After six years of having to say there's no one special in my life, finally there is. Brandon is my manager's son. I've known him for six years, but he was married for most of the time. Then, suddenly, there he was at the Super Bowl and he was single. Brandon understands my job, which is a major thing. He works as crazy-hard as me, if not harder and so doesn't get in a mood if I can't always call when I say I will. I've got high hopes. My fingers are crossed!"
The couple began dating in 2011, but Kelly only confirmed her relationship with Brandon - who manages singer Blake Shelton and is country legend Reba McEntire's stepson - in March 2012.
Kelly Clarkson has a new boyfriend.
The 29-year-old singer - who has been single since 2006 - has revealed she has a partner, and has done since the end of 2011. Although she did not confirm who it was, Us Weekly magazine is reporting it is 35-year-old talent manager Brandon Blackstock, the son of her manager Narvel Blackstock.
"Before Brandon, Kelly had a really rough time with love. Brandon is just what she needed," an insider told the magazine.
Kelly recently revealed she was sick of people asking her the status of her love life but was perfectly happy being single: "People are really concerned about my relationship status. When I tell people I'm happy being single, they don't believe me. They say: 'You have to be miserable being alone.'"
She also claimed she has never been in love because she had "shut off" from those feelings.
With American Idol cranking out the seasons and garnering the focus on judge Paula Abdul’s replacement(s), most people tend to forget about the contestants—like Justin Guarini.
Turns out that Guarini’s getting married this weekend! The 30-year-old is set to wed Reina Capodici, his high school classmate from Doylestown, Pennsylvania; he’ll become step-father to her 4-year-old daughter Lola.
Guarini was (if you need refreshing) the runner-up to Kelly Clarkson in the very first season—anyone remember that film they made together, From Justin to Kelly?
Apparently the guy is doing gigs for the TV Guide channel, covering the Emmy awards as well as American Idol—at least he’s received some work!
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Kelly Clarkson has blasted Kanye West for being “a tactless a**hole.”
The “My Life Would Suck Without You” singer is furious with the “Stronger” rapper for storming on stage at the VMAs on Sunday as Taylor Swift collected the Best Female Video prize for “You Belong To Me.”
Kelly has questioned whether Kanye’s childhood is to blame for his egotistical behavior:
“What happened to you as a child?? Did you not get hugged enough?? Something must have happened to make you this way and I think we’re all just curious as to what would make a grown man go on national television and make a talented artist, let alone teenager, feel like s**t. I mean, I’ve seen you do some pretty sh**ty things, but you just keep amazing me with your tactless, a**hole ways. It’s absolutely fascinating how much I don’t like you. I like everyone. I even like my a**hole ex that cheated on me over you… which is pretty odd since I don’t even personally know you. The best part of this evening is that you weren’t even up for THIS award and yet you still have a problem with the outcome. Is winning a moon man that much of a life goal?? You can have mine if it will shut you up. Is it that important, really (sic)??”
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