Clarkson’s stylist, Candice Lambert helps the singer pick out outfits for events and The Voice. She talked about running into a problem with multiple designers.
“I am constantly told ‘no’ for girls who are average size and bigger,” Lambert told InStyle. “It is very frustrating. I don’t understand why you would be a designer if you don’t want to dress all-sized women and all ethnicities.”
She continued, “It can get very shallow in the fashion industry; it is gross and shameful. I also think everyone should be able to access clothes. Not sure why some artists can wear clothes and others can’t.”
Clarkson was proud of the look. She posted a picture of it on Instagram and captioned it with, “Y’all I can’t believe it!!! My outfits on The Voice have been one of the top trending female celeb looks of 2019 Shout out to @cdicelove13 for being the greatest stylist and friend!”
Kelly Clarkson showed off her hourglass figure in a short dress for a cover of the smash tune “Trampoline” by Shaed for the latest version of The Kelly Clarkson Show‘s “Kellyoke” segment. The singer’s midsection was a subject for discussion for many fans of the show, who flattered the first American Idol winner in the clip’s comments section.
Kelly showed off her fine form in a stark black dress adorned with bright, multicolored flowers as she performed the tune. The indie-pop song was a big hit in 2018, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart and No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2019.
The garment had a high neckline, providing full coverage of the top of Kelly’s body. Its sleeves, which reached the tops of the singer’s elbows, had a slight puff to them that mimicked the dress’ full and flouncy bottom. That came to the top of her knees, ending in what looked like a wide ballerina bottom.
Selena Gomez paid a visit to “The Kelly Clarkson Show” on Friday to promote her new album Rare, and the conversation turned to those who’ve criticized her vocal abilities.
“I know that people may not think I’m the greatest singer,” said Gomez, 27. “But, I just work my a** off. I really love writing and creating and creating melodies and growing. I felt like [Rare] was my chance to say all the things I wanted to say.”
In another portion of the interview, Gomez recalled her awkward first kiss with Dylan Sprouse when she guest-starred on “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody” — while she was actually crushing on his brother, Cole Sprouse, at the time
“The best singer in the world is not the loudest. And it’s not the ‘OMG, you have to sing like Whitney Houston.’ The best singers in the world move you, and that comes from all different sounds and styles,” she explained.
“From a singer to a singer, it’s beautiful what you do,” added Clarkson. “And I love your record, and I love singing your music. It means something and it moves people. So, don’t ever negate your gift, because it’s powerful.”
A contestant on The Voice just gave Blake Shelton a big compliment—and the other coaches were *not* having it.
After Jon Mullins performed Andy Grammar's "Don't Give Up On Me" during the Blind Auditions, Blake was the only one to turn his chair. The hopeful singer automatically earned a spot on his team and was clearly grateful for Blake's vote of confidence, explaining that the past three years of his life have been "heartbreaking and crazy" due to his wife's health issues.
"Just being here and being on the team of the king, it just literally...I'm so just so excited to be here," Jon said.
While Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, and Nick Jonas were happy that Jon made it on to the show, they definitely did not agree with his comment about Blake being "the king."
"Oh my God. I'm out, I'm out," Kelly said, getting up from her chair. "Don't drink the Kool-Aid, bro! It's tainted!"
John quickly offered a correction to the title, saying Blake is the "former king." (After all, he hasn't coached a winner since season 13!)
Kelly Clarkson had to make do with what she found while practicing social distancing in her Montana cabin.
On Sunday, the singer hilariously revealed that she had to resort to using her toddler’s “potty” when her home’s plumbing stopped working.
“So our plumbing froze up at our little cabin in Montana and, no joke, I just used my toddler’s potty,” the mom of two shared on Twitter. “And just like that I have no pride or shame! Each day brings something I thought I’d never do hahahaha.”