Who is Kelly Clarkson?
Kelly Clarkson is an American singer, songwriter, and television personality. She rose to fame after winning the first season of the reality television series “American Idol” in 2002. Since then, she has released numerous hit songs, including “Since U Been Gone,” “Because of You,” and “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You).” Clarkson has also ventured into acting and hosting various television shows, including her talk show, “The Kelly Clarkson Show.”
Kelly Clarkson was born on April 24, 1982, in Fort Worth, Texas. She grew up in a small town near Dallas with her parents and siblings. Clarkson has been married twice. She first married Brandon Blackstock, a talent manager, in 2013, and they have two children together. The couple filed for divorce in 2020. Clarkson is known for her advocacy for body positivity and self-acceptance. She has been open about her struggles with weight and self-image in the media. Clarkson is also passionate about animal rights and has supported various animal welfare organizations. Despite her public persona, she values her privacy and tries to keep her personal life out of the spotlight. Clarkson’s music often reflects her personal experiences and emotions, which resonates with many of her fans worldwide.
Kelly Clarkson says a diagnosis about her health motivated her to make some new choices. During a recent segment on her daytime talk show, Kevin James, her guest, remarked on Clarkson’s current vibrant appearance.
The singer and talk show host has previously shared her experiences of walking in New York City, where she currently resides and her show is filmed, attributing it to her weight loss journey and enhanced well-being. Clarkson candidly revealed, “I was informed that I was prediabetic,” expressing her lack of surprise at the diagnosis. She acknowledged being slightly overweight and recalled being told, “You’re prediabetic, you’re right on the borderline.” “I was like ‘But I’m not there yet,’” Clarkson joked.
The singer and talk show presenter mentioned that it took approximately two years before she felt “prepared to take action,” yet she began heeding her doctors’ advice, modifying her diet, and engaging in more physical activity. According to the CDC, “prediabetes is a significant health condition characterized by elevated blood sugar levels, although not yet at the threshold for type 2 diabetes diagnosis.”
Clarkson humorously remarked, “There’s a significant distinction between being fit and losing weight — and I fall into the latter category.”