Kelly Clarkson is remaining strong — and active — amid her split from Brandon Blackstock.
“Being active is a boon, and she understands that.”
Working with her NBC daytime chat show and gearing up for the new period of The Voice, the celebrity is also working on her forthcoming album.
“Music assembles up her even though her songs are facing her issues,” says a friend. “Kelly will come from this stronger person.”
Last week, Clarkson, 38, picked her up Emmy award for outstanding entertainment talk show host and openly thanked her music director ex on Twitter.
When some fans expressed shock in her remark, sources say the gesture was not unexpected.
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“Brandon’s confidence in her ability and his ability to push the proper buttons for her was good for her career,” says the friend. “Kelly’s excited, joyful and thankful.”
On Saturday, the singer participates in a telethon for Project Angel Food, a Los Angeles-based company that cooks and provides healthy meals for people in need.
Proceeds in the Fight With Love telethon, which neared $697,000, will reap the business’s increased demand amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“Hey what is up, Project Angel Food. I only needed you to understand how awesome you are for how you have contributed with love in this entire pandemic,” Clarkson said, thanking the business for the effect they have had on the city.
“You have kept the doors open for people that are vulnerable to this virus, individuals who are elderly and people that are fighting with a life-threatening illness. Because of you, they have never had to skip a meal. You have worked your tails off each day to make that occur. It is a very amazing thing,” she added. “So I would like to dedicate this tune toy’ all. Keep top in love, okay?”
The group, who had been married for almost seven decades before the breakup, share two children: daughter River Rose, who turned six before this month, and son Remington Alexander, 4.