Kelly Clarkson is a big household name in 2019. She got that honor thanks to competing on a reality show called American Idol and becoming its first winner. But the Grammy award winner says she does not want her kids taking the same route to stardom their mom took. Keep reading to find out why.
When asked about letting her kids compete like she did, The Voice coach compared herself to her mom. "I think I’d be like her. I’d be like, ‘Yeah, I’ve heard better but it was solid.’ And I don’t want to be like that,” she quipped.
She also revealed that the rise to stardom can be quite lonely.
That feeling is something she warns parents of her Voice contestants about. “I warned Brynn’s mom, I warned Chevel’s mom. I’m like ‘Hold onto them!’ Hug them, tell them really nice things, cause people are mean. That’s horrible. It’s a reality.”
So what does she want her kids to do when they grow up? “I hope they’re, like, teachers or doctors or something. It’s a hard industry.”
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