Kelly Clarkson gets emotional as she covers Aerosmith's song Cryin' after filing for divorce with Brandon Blackstock10/27/2020
KELLY Clarkson was uncharacteristically sombre as she belted out her version of Aerosmith's rock ballad Cryin amid her divorce with Brandon Blackstock.
Bar a few whoops to get her into the rocker mood, the Since You've Been Gone pop queen looked lost in thought as she covered the song on the Kellyoke section of The Kelly Clarkson Show.
Lyrics talking of "sweet misery" and "being broken hearted" will no doubt have proved poignant for Kelly, 38, who filed for divorce in June.
Dressed in a floral dress paired with black boots and a sleek straight hairstyle, she certainly looked the part as she tackled the raw emotion.
One fan took to Twitter after her performance to post two crying face Emoji icons.
Another wrote: "MY GOD! One of my favorite Kelly Clarkson covers is Aerosmith’s “Cryin” ughhhhhh so good. And she just performed it on her show!!"
A Twitter user then mused of the mom of two: "Her voice sounds so healthy, and she really knew exactly where she wanted to place every single note."
One then urged the American Idol alum: "Keep your held high – you are doing great! – we all love you!!"
Kelly recently spoke out about the "s****y" nature of her split with talent manager Brandon, admitting she had felt "horribly sad" about their break up.
The pair share two children – 6-year-old daughter River and 4-year-old son Remington – and split after almost seven years of marriage.
Kelly filed for divorce from Brandon and cited “irreconcilable differences," while she also requested joint custody of their two children.
The US Sun exclusively revealed she has hired Kim Kardashian and Angelina Jolie's lawyer, Laura Wasser, to deal with proceedings.
The Kelly Clarkson Show host also requested the court enforce a prenup signed on October 15, 2013, and to restore her maiden name, Kelly Clarkson.
In Brandon’s response to the divorce, he agreed to Kelly's request of having joint legal and physical custody of their children.
The courts have approved a privately compensated judge, Judge Scott M. Gordon, for Kelly and Brandon's divorce proceedings until December 2021.
The American Idol winner has also been sued by her ex’s father's company for $1.4 million.
After the heartbreaking turn of events, Kelly is currently working on her most "personal" album yet.
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