Kelly Clarkson reveals details about her new TV show set to broadcast in 2019
Singer and songwriter Kelly Clarkson is expanding her horizons and accidentally shared what she had planned for 2019.
While talking to Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show" about her return to "The Voice," Clarkson leaked that she'll be headlining her own talk show.
Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa. A short video clip of the interview can be seen below. Clarkson said:
"I'm doing this thing to kind of prep for my talk show that's gonna be next year."
She explained that her show would have exciting segments and Fallon pointed out that it was a huge deal "because it's not been announced yet."
He then pretended to be upset and asked Clarkson if they would be industry rivals: "Are we going head-to-head at 11:30? How dare you take my job?"
Clarkson didn't want to reveal much else, but let it slip that her show will air earlier during the day, before "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
She assured Fallon that her talk show would take a musical direction with skits, and said it would be something different than what viewers are used to at the moment.
Clarkson also said that she looks forward to the opportunity and it's a dream come true:
"I didn't think I'd ever do it. I love talking; it's like my favorite pastime. It's hard for me to shut up, though."
Clarkson no doubt has the support of her loving husband, Brandon Blackstock. She met the music manager back in 2006 at a rehearsal for the ACM Awards.
He was still married to his first wife at the time. In fact, Blackstock didn't even know that she liked him; he was under the impression Clarkson hated him.
Their paths crossed again in 2012 at the Superbowl, after his divorce. The went on their first date soon after and tied the knot a year later.
They have two children – River Rose and Remmington Alexander – and Clarkson is also stepmom to Blackson's daughter and son from his first marriage.
Photos of her adorable tots can be viewed here.
Apart from her upcoming talk show, Clarkson will also lend her voice to the animation "Uglydolls", which will be released next year.