Kelly Clarkson Is Leaning on Blake Shelton Through Her Divorce...and He Happens to Be Managed by Her Ex

Photo credit: NBC - Getty Images
By Cosmopolitan
Kelly Clarkson relied on Blake Shelton during her divorce from Brandon Blackstock.
Um, Brandon is Blake's manager too.
Kelly Clarkson recently filed for divorce from her seven-year-old husband Brandon Blackstock, and apparently she relied on her voice colleague Blake Shelton to get her through this difficult time. "Blake supported us and the friend who used her, as always," tells a Weekly source. "Blake and Kelly often joke that they are siblings."
Brandon Blake's manager is a bit awkward - which somehow puts him in an uncomfortable position. Not as uncomfortable a position as Kelly considering Brandon is her manager too. More complicated? Kelly relied on her former tour partner, Reba McEntire, who happens to be Brandon's stepmother. "[Kelly] brought the news to Reba," says a source. "Reba supports both Brandon and Kelly's decision to split up. She's afraid of it, but she can't judge it."
Apparently, the work was ultimately what came between Kelly and Brandon, and their quarantine time only aggravated the problems in their relationship. Still, their divorce appears to have been amicable so far, and a source told ET that they "don't cut each other off" and plan to "put the kids first".

You might like it too
A cleaning expert explains how best to clean cloth masks after wearing them - good housekeeping
35 delicious pantry recipes that use what is already in your cupboards and freezers - good housekeeping
The Amish remain for themselves. And they hide a terrible secret. - Cosmopolitan

Last News

Taiwan cancels major festival as domestic COVID-19 cases rise

Hike Messenger—once India’s best shot at beating WhatsApp—has shut down

Clinton and Pelosi suggest Trump may have been on phone with Putin during Capitol siege

Harry Brant, Once ‘NYC’s Most Beautiful Teen,’ Dead at 24

The Browns should have maximized possessions after Patrick Mahomes exited

‘Lupin’ Will Be Seen By 70 Million Subscribers, Netflix Claims