Entertainment Kelly Clarkson: 'There's no way I'm having any more babies'

03:20  14 september  2017
03:20  14 september  2017 Source:   Cover Media

Kelly Clarkson: 'I hated my first five years in music'

  Kelly Clarkson: 'I hated my first five years in music' Kelly Clarkson has dubbed her first five years in music "hell". The singer was catapulted to stardom after winning the very first season of American Idol in 2002. Since then she's gone on to release seven albums, with an eighth on the way, but has pointed out in a new interview that success doesn't necessarily equal happiness. "I was tired and working with people who weren't good people. It made me miserable," Kelly told British newspaper Metro of her split from RCA Records, who she'd been with for 15 years. "The first five years of my career were just hell. Everybody wanted me to be something that I wasn't, look like something I wasn't, sing something I didn't want to sing. "I wish I'd stockpiled these POS (pieces of s**t) songs that would come my way. They'd be like, 'This is going to be amazing', and I'm like, 'How come no one else has cut it, then?' We were very successful, I'm not pooh-poohing that but it doesn't mean happiness." Kelly, 35, is now signed to Atlantic Records and is gearing up for her first release, Meaning of Life, under her new label in October (17). She admits that her American Idol winner's song, A Moment Like This, is no longer "her jam", but Kelly is over the moon with her new material. "At this point in my life, I'm not working with people I don't want to work with," the mother-of-two stated. "It's been an environment that's more productive, you know, constructive criticism. Everybody has been respectful and honest. "This record, this whole experience, I don't even care if I'm successful because I'm so f**king happy.

Hope that everything goes smoothly and they have the baby they both wanted. And hopefully this baby has many fun times with it’s step-siblings. Don’t get me wrong – I love Kelly Clarkson and am super excited for her, but there ’ s no way she JUST got pregnant.

Kelly Clarkson ‘s got it all figured out. The singer and her adorable 10-month-old daughter River This topic should just be banned from media bc there ’ s no right way to address it without scrutiny. You are supposed to have sex to have a baby . So please, stop talking like sex is such a bad thing.

Kelly Clarkson has ruled out a third pregnancy after confessing her "tubes are gone".

The singer suffered through two difficult pregnancies and now she's done expanding her family with husband Brandon Blackstock.

"Those tubes are gone!" Clarkson told radio station KTU’s Cubby and Carolina in the Morning show on Wednesday (13Sep17). "That's (pregnancy) blasphemy. We don't even speak of it. We're both fixed in our own ways, yet still we'll probably get pregnant again somehow."

Clarkson first became a mum when her daughter River Rose was born three years ago, and she and Blackstock welcomed baby son Remington last year (16).

Kelly Clarkson: 'I hated my first five years in music'

  Kelly Clarkson: 'I hated my first five years in music' Kelly Clarkson has dubbed her first five years in music "hell". The singer was catapulted to stardom after winning the very first season of American Idol in 2002. Since then she's gone on to release seven albums, with an eighth on the way, but has pointed out in a new interview that success doesn't necessarily equal happiness. "I was tired and working with people who weren't good people. It made me miserable," Kelly told British newspaper Metro of her split from RCA Records, who she'd been with for 15 years. "The first five years of my career were just hell. Everybody wanted me to be something that I wasn't, look like something I wasn't, sing something I didn't want to sing. "I wish I'd stockpiled these POS (pieces of s**t) songs that would come my way. They'd be like, 'This is going to be amazing', and I'm like, 'How come no one else has cut it, then?' We were very successful, I'm not pooh-poohing that but it doesn't mean happiness." Kelly, 35, is now signed to Atlantic Records and is gearing up for her first release, Meaning of Life, under her new label in October (17). She admits that her American Idol winner's song, A Moment Like This, is no longer "her jam", but Kelly is over the moon with her new material. "At this point in my life, I'm not working with people I don't want to work with," the mother-of-two stated. "It's been an environment that's more productive, you know, constructive criticism. Everybody has been respectful and honest. "This record, this whole experience, I don't even care if I'm successful because I'm so f**king happy.

The singer’s weight has recently become a free-for-all topic of conversation among talking heads, and the remarks made have been so nasty, there ’ s no other way to look at it but as straight-up bullying. “Look chubsters, Kelly Clarkson had a baby a year ago.

Kelly Clarkson hasn't released a proper studio album since 2011, but she's had more pressing projects in the works: like marrying husband Brandon Blackstock and becoming a mom to eight-month-old River Rose. Do I think there ’ s a right or wrong way ?

"I always feel bad because I have friends who have a hard time getting pregnant and I'm just like guys, 'I have the worst pregnancies ever, it can't happen again!'" Kelly added.

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She previously revealed she'd forced her husband, who has two kids from another relationship, to get a vasectomy, telling radio talk show host Jenny McCarthy, "I was literally pregnant with Remi, and I was like, 'You are getting fixed. This will never happen to me again!'"

She added, "If something happens, it's a miracle of God. I literally told my OBGYN (obstetrician/gynaecologist) on the table while open, 'If I get pregnant again, I will find you!'"

Kelly and her husband recently put their sprawling Tennessee estate on the market. The couple moved into the home in Hendersonville in 2013, before she became a mum to daughter River Rose.

The Since U Been Gone singer and Brandon recently purchased land near Nashville, Tennessee and they are in the process of building a farmhouse on the property.

Labour TD Alan Kelly left election leaflets at a party think in... printed entirely in Latin .
Mr Kelly was one of the most controversial ministers in the last government , with his brash no-nonsense style rubbing many ministerial colleagues up the wrong way, including some in his own party.However, it was this same forthright manner that won him fans among others and he was one of only seven TDs returned to the Dáil last year.This was a disastrous fall from grace for the government party which had returned 37 TDs at the 2011 election.Party leader Joan Burton had to fall on her sword and the cocksure Kelly decided to throw his hat in the ring to be the new leader.

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