Kelly Clarkson may now break ties with Blackstock with more funds.
According to TMZ, a court has completely supported the singer’s prenup agreement with Brandon in their extremely acrimonious divorce. According to reports, the deal partitioned Kelly Clarkson’s assets and income earned during her married life with Brandon.
Brandon Blackstock had been contesting the prenuptial agreement in order to divide their accumulated assets, which included the Montana ranch on which he currently lives, as well as the income she received throughout their marriage.
Clarkson reportedly let out a scream and rejoiced on “The Voice” set after getting an email confirming her win.
Clarkson’s representative did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
When contacted for comment, “The Voice” representatives directed us to Kelly Clarkson’s personal representative.
According to the source, the former couple’s divorce should be completed in the following days. Clarkson, 39, was granted primary custody of the couple’s children, River Rose and Remington, due to Blackstock’s residence in Montana.
The singer of “Since U Been Gone” seems eager to cut all connections with her estranged spouse, as she also sought to reclaim her last name.
Kelly Clarkson was instructed to pay Blackstock about $200,000 in monthly child and spousal support, Page Six reported last month. Additionally, she was instructed to have his legal costs paid, which totaled $1.25 million at the time.
Clarkson’s final payment to Blackstock — which will almost certainly be much less than the initial ruling — will depend on how the court resolves their property agreement. She will very certainly continue to be required to pay child support and it would cost her 50,000 USD each month.
That is pitiful compensation for Clarkson, who makes $1.5 million each month, according to court papers.
In an interview to a newspaper in February, Clarkson revealed that she wrote 60 songs throughout her divorce process – but they may never be published.
She said she is now working on an album which is fantastic and really candid. She said that there are just too many unanswered questions before she can release it. She said that whichever way you look at it, whether it’s business-related, personal, or whatever, it is such a blessing. She remarked that she is not sure how anybody gets through a divorce, or any kind of sorrow, or any type of loss, without something like this.
She asserted that she has written about 60 songs which is an incredible quantity of material to get out. She said that whenever you’re going through a difficult period in your life, it’s great to have that outlet, no matter what people respond towards it.
Kelly Clarkson, born on April 24, 1982, in Fort Worth, Texas, United States, is an American songwriter and singer who rose to prominence as a pop-rock sensation after her 2002 victory on the famous television talent show American Idol.
Clarkson was raised in Burleson, Texas where her seventh-grade choir instructor first noticed her vocal talent. Clarkson went to Los Angeles after graduating from high school, where she unsuccessfully attempted to get into the show industry. After returning to Texas in 2002, she auditioned for the inaugural season of Fox Broadcasting Company’s singing competition, American Idol, in which viewers could vote for their favorite singer. Clarkson’s striking voice, charm, and humor endeared viewers. She won 1 million USD and a recording deal with RCA as a reward for winning the contest.
Clarkson released her debut single, “A Moment Like This,” two weeks after winning American Idol. The song immediately became a success. In 2003, she released Thankful, her first album of pop tunes. Breakaway (2004), Clarkson’s second full-length album, sold approximately 11 million copies globally and included the smash songs “Since U Been Gone”, “Behind These Hazel Eyes” and “Because of You”. Breakaway was nominated for a Grammy Award for the finest pop vocal album, while “Since U Been Gone” won for the finest female pop vocal performance. My December (2007), Clarkson’s third studio album, even more, rock-oriented than her previous efforts, was also more personal as each of the tracks was co-written by her.