Kelly Clarkson "Seems to Be Doing Okay" After Being Spotted in L.A. Without Her Wedding Ring
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Kelly Clarkson divorces her husband Brandon Blackstock after seven years of marriage.
Kelly was seen without her wedding ring and is doing "well" in the middle of the divorce.
Kelly Clarkson was seen in Los Angeles without her wedding ring in pictures published in The Daily Mail amid the news of her divorce from Brandon Blackstock. According to a source who spoke to People, "Kelly spends time with her children in LA" and "She was reserved and mostly stayed at home. She seems to be fine. "
Kelly filed for divorce on June 4, citing irreconcilable differences. According to a source from Entertainment Tonight (so many sources, really), she and Brandon "had had problems for several months and were consciously trying to clear things up. Both hoped the LA quarantine in Montana would help them clear things up in their marriage , but instead the change in the environment was actually a disadvantage. "
Apparently, "spending time together seemed to be aggravating an already challenging situation," and Kelly "knew that she just had to follow her heart and finally realized that divorce was her only option."
Kelly reportedly had a marriage preparation period and asked the court to "end the possibility of providing marital support to her husband." That said, they're still in touch and "didn't cut each other off," so it looks like this separation is actually pretty drama-free.
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