Kelly Clarkson is quite perplexed by the black hole she found in the backyard of her ranch.
On Monday, May 16, The Kelly Clarkson Show host took to Instagram to show her 5.9 million followers that there was a deep hole located in the dirt of her Montana property, the land she was awarded the majority of in her divorce settlement from ex-husband Brandon Blackstock.
"Found a large black hole on my ranch and I’m thinking #OuterRange. if I jump in, when and where will I end up? Or who came out of it? So many questions 👀," Clarkson wrote alongside a photo of the divot in the earth.
Before finalizing her split with the former talent manager, the American Idol alum, 40, agreed that Blackstock was entitled to 5.12 percent of the Montana estate. A judge previously ruled in October that the majority of the ranch — along with two other, nearby plots — belonged to Clarkson.
The coveted piece of land was a huge point of contention in the former couple's split after Blackstock, 45, argued the ranch was "marital property" that should not be included in the couple's prenup, which made the legal process of their breakup drag on.
The "Because of You" singer's recent visit to the beloved family ranch comes shortly after it was announced that she won't be back for another season of The Voice. She'll be replaced by Camila Cabello, who will join returning judges Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton and John Legend.
As OK! exclusively reported, Clarkson quit the singing competition show to clear up time in her busy schedule so she could be more present for her children, River, 7 and Remington, 5.
“While Kelly hasn’t announced it publicly yet, she’s done with the red chair. She’s quit,” an insider dished to OK! at the time. “She has shifted mindset. After her divorce from Brandon, Kelly has decided she needs to prioritize her kids. There’s only so much she can do. Something had to give. That something was The Voice.”