Kelly Clarkson Shares Details of Quarantine with Family and Her New Single 'I Dare You'
Kelly Clarkson opened up about her family’s experience since they went into quarantine amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, many people, including Kelly Clarkson, have had to go into quarantine in an attempt to limit its spread.
The singer recently shared her family’s experience so far when she sat down for an interview with “Today” host, Hoda Kotb. During their conversation, Kelly revealed that she has taken to cooking all the meals and cleaning all parts of her house.
“The Kelly Clarkson Show” would begin to produce new content that would be filmed by her while under quarantine at home.
Those chores were, however, the least of her worries when the cold in Montana made the pipes in the family cabin freeze.
The frozen pipes caused the 37-year-old to resort to using her toddler’s potty when the need to use a restroom arose. Luckily, it was all fun for the mother-of-two as she wrote in a tweet:
“And just like that I have no pride or shame! Each day brings something I thought I’d never do hahahaha.”
As the show carried on, Kelly and Hoda also addressed the former’s newly released single “I Dare You,” which saw Kelly explaining that the message behind the song was that she wanted people to choose love over fear.
The “Since U Been Gone” crooner’s “Today” interview comes a little over a month since Billboard disclosed that Kelly’s 2020 Las Vegas residency which was supposed to kick off in April, had been postponed.
Today added that she had taken to Instagram to release a statement where she wrote that out of the care and worry for the safety of her fans, “we have chosen to postpone the April 1st opening of my Las Vegas residency, Invincible, until July.”
Days after she dropped the statement, Deadline reported that her show, “The Kelly Clarkson Show” would begin to produce new content that would be filmed by her while under quarantine at home.
It would be recalled that the popular TV show got shut down earlier in March amid the fast spread of COVID-19.
Before the shutdown of the show’s production, Kelly had been airing original episodes that had previously been filmed. The show, which airs on NBCUniversal, has already been renewed for a second season.
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