Kelly Clarkson is riding out the coronavirus pandemic at her cozy Montana cabin and we're all invited—virtually, that is.
In a new segment for her daytime talk show, The Voice coach gives fans a sneak peek of her ranch in rural Montana, where she's sheltering-in-place with her family amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kelly shares that she and her husband, Brandon Blackstock, and their two children, 5-year-old daughter River Rose and 3-year-old son Remington, are making the most of the "wide-open spaces" on their stunning property, which appears to stretch on for miles.
"It's nice to get into nature," she says. “As a society, we don't do it enough. We're always working constantly, so it's nice to just come out here and sit by the stream and hear the water flowing and be around all the trees."
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The singer has been isolating in her Montana ranch, which she calls “Vintage Valley” with her husband Brandon Blackstock. She showed off her ranch on The Kelly Clarkson Show.
“We officially bought our ranch, Vintage Valley, over a year and a half ago,” she said. She also showed one of the cabins on the property where they stay. “I just love being outdoors. Brandon and I love wide open spaces and coming to the ranch because well both of us grew up in the countryside, one. And two, we literally work almost seven days a week if not seven days a week. So you know when we have time off we really like to check out.”
Clips were shown of them riding horses. “It’s nice to get into nature,” she said. “As a society, we don’t do it enough. We’re always working constantly, so it’s nice to come out here and sit by the stream, hear the water flowing, and be around all the trees.”