Kelly Clarkson finds music ‘difficult to navigate’ after divorce | Entertainment

Kelly Clarkson admits she had a “difficulty” working on her first new music since her divorce.

The “Because of You” hitmaker’s marital breakup with Brandon Blackstock, whom she first filed for divorce from in June 2020 after seven years of marriage, has influenced Kelly’s songwriting choices as she only wants to release material she’s “comfortable” with. .

The mother-of-two, who has River, eight, and Remington, six, with her ex-husband, also admitted it’s “not easy” with kids.

However, once she has fixed what she is excited to share with the world, she will release her next project as soon as possible.

Speaking on The Chart Show With Brooke Reese, Kelly said, “Everyone knows what I went through through a big divorce and it was like two years and it wasn’t easy with kids.

“I just focus on what I feel comfortable releasing. So it’s just a tricky thing to navigate.”

She added: “It’s coming. I just have to collect my dick. I just have to figure out what I’m going to release. I have never had such a complex project.”

Kelly is known for her deeply personal lyrics, which is why she’s so discreet.

The 40-year-old star’s latest studio album was the 2021 Christmas LP “When Christmas Comes Around…”.

However, her last non-holiday recording was 2017’s Meaning of Life.

Meanwhile, The Kelly Clarkson Show host recently admitted she feared her nanny would quit during COVID-19 distance learning.

The creator of the hit “Since U Been Gone” learned how difficult it was to educate children during the pandemic as she was tasked with homeschooling her children only with a nanny who helped with the lessons at the start of the virus.

The pop star said: “I was like, ‘Oh my God, I hope my nanny doesn’t quit.

Kelly hopes “we’ll never have to do” distance learning again because her extroverted kids don’t want to be cooped up without the company of their age.

She said: “I hope we never have to do this again because my kids are very creative and outgoing and outgoing and they don’t want to be at home with adults.

Alumni of American Idol considered it an “eye-opening experience”.

Kelly said: “It was very hard, like [them] learn to read. I’ve always had a high regard for teachers, but people who haven’t thought about it before have had a really enlightening experience of how hard teachers work. I’ve heard people in the industry say in interviews, “Oh my God, I’m trying to argue with these two or three kids.” But imagine that you have 26 to 30, because that’s what the teacher has. It’s insanely hard work.”


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