Kelly Clarkson Admits She Was Forced to Use Her Toddler's Potty after Pipes in Montana Cabin Froze

Pedro Marrero
Mar 25, 2020
08:00 A.M.
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Clarkson has put her professional life in stand by while she focuses on the most important: protecting her family and self isolate to protect others as well, and in the process, she has learned a thing or two.


37-year-old singer, actress, and TV show host Kelly Clarkson has been observing self-isolation in her cabin in Montana with her husband and two children since March 13, joining the effort to flatten the curve of contagion of covid-19.

Clarkson has used the opportunity to spend time with her loved ones while keeping herself entertained, and she is taking the challenges of quarantine live in the country with the best of spirits, as a recent social media post shows.


“And just like that I have no pride or shame! Each day brings something I thought I’d never do.”

-Kelly Clarkson, Twitter, March 22, 2020.


The honest post was very welcomed by Clarkson’s Twitter followers, with the star receiving more than 19K likes in a day and several replies. 


“May god protect and bless you and your family. You made me laugh in the difficult days the world is going through. Take care you and your family. We love you!” a fan wrote as a response.

“Thanks for the laugh today. We can all use some cheering up,” somebody else added.

There were also many comments about how relatable the famous personality can be and how refreshing that is in our times, and there were even a couple of plumbing experts that shared their tips to help with this issue at home. 



Back on March 19, after already a week in self-isolation, Clarkson gave her followers a glimpse at the way she passes the time as most people on the planet tries to stay at home as much as possible to keep the virus from spreading faster.

The “American Idol” winner once again showed what she is made of when she covered a song by none other than the incredibly gifted Mariah Carey.

Clarkson shared an IGTV in her Instagram feed while “hiding in Montana,” on which she can be seen and heard giving her own rendition of Carey’s hit “Vanishing” impeccably from her cabin’s bathroom.


“That time ur quarantined, ur kids r sleeping so ur stuck in a bathroom & ur glam squad’s nowhere in sight,” Clarkson captioned the clip, which she dedicated to Carey personally.

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