Kelly Clarkson is keenly conscious that what would not kill you makes you stronger.
The musician is reflecting again on her tumultuous 2020, which she beforehand known as a “dumpster fire” and an “emotional roller coaster,” to place it flippantly. And it appears that one in all her lowest factors of the 12 months—divorcing her ex-husband Brandon Blackstock—has, the truth is, made her stronger by instructing her an vital life lesson about private development.
On her talk show on Tuesday, Nov. 24, Kelly answered the immediate, “I am grateful in 2020 for the lesson I realized about…” with the response, “myself.” She went on to provide a candid explanation that alluded to a attainable motive why she divorced Brandon in June.
“Even at 38, I really feel like I am at all times altering and progressing in a great sense, in a great way. And I at all times need to be sure I am being the perfect model of myself,” Kelly instructed viewers of The Kelly Clarkson Present.