Kelly Clarkson Recalls Signing an Autograph for a Fan Who Thought She Was Carrie Underwood
Kelly Clarkson shared an interesting fact on an episode of her eponymous show as she revealed that she once sickened an autograph for a Carrie Underwood fan.
A recent episode of "The Kelly Clarkson" show had the host, Kelly Clarkson, sharing a fun fact about an awkward moment as a celebrity. The vibrant Clarkson opened up on this during the segment called "I'm Awesome at Being Awkward," as she regaled fans with the tale of her awkward moment with a music lover.
Clarkson,38, rocked a brown dress and a black eye-patch as she chatted with Cheryl Hines and Michele Buteau. The star recalled the moment when a female fan had walked up to her admiring her "So Small" song, all the while gushing.
The "Because of You" crooner thought to herself that she did not sing "So Small" but was helpless as to what her reaction should be to the fan in question. After the fan mentioned another song, Clarkson realized she was talking about fellow singer Carrie Underwood.
Clarkson confirmed in the premiere of her show's new season that she and her husband, and manager, Brandon Blackstock, were getting a divorce.
The excited fan soon requested an autograph, and the award-winning Clarkson, who did not want to make things awkward for the fan, "totally" signed the autograph. She confirmed this as she burst into laughter.
While Clarkson and Underwood sing different music genres, the duo are very successful winners of "American Idol." They, however, look nothing alike, but the fan might have been confused due to their "American Idol" stint.
At an older time, Clarkson has shared a similar story on how fans would usually mistake her for Underwood, and she would have no other option but to correct them politely. She also added that she was confused about why fans would think they take one for the other because she and Underwood did not sound or look alike.
While the two-time Grammy award winner started the quarantine, she and her spouse had ample time together. However, Clarkson confirmed in the premiere of her show's new season that she and her husband, and manager, Brandon Blackstock, were getting a divorce.
The "Thankful" vocalist who admitted that she did not see their separation coming addressed viewers while adding that 2020 was quite challenging. She told her fans:
"What I'm dealing with is hard because it involves more than just my heart. It involves a lot of little hearts. We have four kids, and divorce is never easy…"
So far, Clarkson has been confiding in fellow "The Voice" coach, Gwen Stefani, who has also been through a divorce. Stefani shared that divorce was a process, and with time, the trauma would heal.