Kelly Clarkson claimed that her ex-husband Brandon Blackstock had instructed her that she wasn’t “attractive” sufficient to be solid on The Voice in court docket paperwork. The discuss present host, 41, mentioned that she’d spoken to her then-husband and expertise supervisor, 47, about her targets to hitch the present, and he had instructed her that she wasn’t the correct match for what NBC was trying to find.

The court docket paperwork had Kelly claiming that Brandon had instructed her that producers for The Voice had been “in search of a extra intercourse image kind,” per Page Six. He had allegedly mentioned the folks on the present had been in search of “somebody attractive” and used Rihanna for example. The supervisor had additionally mentioned that NBC “needed to have somebody that was Black,” and he additionally mentioned that she was too much like fellow Voice coach Blake Shelton, who was additionally his shopper.

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When requested by her lawyer how she remembered the dialog, Kelly responded, “Nicely, a spouse doesn’t neglect a time she will get instructed she’s not a intercourse image, in order that stays.” After all, the singer did be part of as a coach on The Voice in 2018. At different factors within the court docket paperwork, particulars concerning the cash that Brandon took for finally serving to procure the deal had been revealed.

Kelly was married to Brandon from 2013 till she filed for divorce in 2020. Their divorce was finalized in 2022. After their cut up, the discuss present host filed a lawsuit towards her ex-husband for commissions paid to him for procuring offers as her supervisor. In November, he was ordered to pay $2.6 million to his ex-wife, however he’s filed an enchantment.

Over the summer time, the “Stronger” singer opened up about how she had begun going to remedy, which she referred to as a “turning level,” whereas she was nonetheless married in an interview with ET Canada“I really began after I was married, you recognize, clearly having difficulties and… not simply concerning the relationships, simply usually, I’d by no means actually executed common remedy or something like that,” she mentioned. “Often, actually, writing is therapeutic for me and I’ve a very nice group of pals, so I really feel like I’ve , you recognize, listening celebration and wish to bounce issues off of ideas and emotions or no matter.”

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