Kelly Clarkson has always been open about her experiences being a wife, mother, and musician, and that didn’t change when she recently opened about her sex life with husband Brandon Blackstock.
Clarkson, who is both a coach on The Voice and hosts her daily talk show, The Kelly Clarkson Show, was recently asked a personal question and she didn’t shy away from giving an honest answer. Brynn Cartelli, The Voice’s season 14 winner, asked Clarkson “What is the last thing you do before you go to bed every night,” during a round of “Ask Me Anything.”
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Kelly Clarkson gets candid about her marriage and love life.
Clarkson’s initial response was to burst out laughing, but then she gave a more detailed answer.
“Well, Brynn, I was single for many years,” she responded. “So, I have children [now] and how one makes children is generally what I do before bed. That’s not a lie, that’s real. And it’s not weird, it’s natural.”
In 2017, Clarkson told Redbook that she and her husband generally stay pretty quiet when friends start discussing their sex lives… or lack thereof as the case may be.
“Any time we’re in a discussion about sex with a bunch of couples, Brandon and I stay pretty quiet,” she said during the interview. “To keep it family appropriate, let’s say we’re just a lot more active than other couples.”
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Clarkson and Blackstock have been married since 2013. The couple have two children together, Remington Alexander, 3, and River Rose, 5. They also co-parent Blackstock’s children from a previous marriage, Savannah, 17, and Seth, 12.
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