Kelly Clarkson's Biography

Kelly Clarkson is an American songwriter and singer, She became the nation's sweetheart after her victory in the first season of American Idol.The victory not only propelled

 her to fame but also landed her a multi-album recording contract with 'RCA Records,' '19 Recordings,' and Records.' Since then, she has released many studio albums, 

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three of which have debuted  at the top of the 'US Billboard 200' graph, while the others have come close.She has become one of the most talented artists to emerge from the "American Idol" franchise. 

As her career progressed, she experimented with various themes as well as music styles, frequently co-writing her songs in conformance with her opinions and feelings.

She received widespread recognition and some excellence award for her uniqueness and singing ability. Most noticeably, she has received three Grammy Awards.She has appeared in 

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television shows and movies in addition to her music career. She also decided to write the children's book 'River Rose as well as Magical Lullaby,' and she has worked with many charities.

Kelly Clarkson's Quick Detail

Full Name: Kelly Brianne Clarkson Birthday: April 24, 1982 Age: 40 years Father/Dad: Stephen  Michael Clarkson Mother:  Jeanne Taylor

Height: 5 feet 3 inches Weight: 176 lb Hair Color: Brown  Eye Color: Hazel Ethnicity: English, Welsh, Irish, and Greek Net worth: $45 Million

Kelly Clarkson's Early Life

Kelly Clarkson was born in Fort Worth, Texas, to Jeanne Ann as well as Stephen Michael Clarkson on April 24, 1982. Her mother was an elementary school English teacher,

 and her dad was an engineer. When she was six years old, her dad divorced her mother. Her siblings include an older brother named Jason as well as an older sister named Alyssa. 

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Her dad's second marriage resulted in two stepbrothers for her. Her brother moved in with her father, as well as her sister was raised by an aunt, so she did not spend her childhood with her siblings.

 Her siblings grew closer as they grew older at young age. When she was in seventh grade at 'Pauline Hughes Middle School,' a teacher who listened to her singing in the hallway

 encouraged her to join the choir. She later attended 'Burleson High School,' where she participated in several musicals as well as a talent show.

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Kelly Clarkson's  Career

  Kelly Clarkson moved to Los Angeles in 2001 to look for work and ended up working as an extra in television programs like 'Sabrina,the Teenage Witch'

 as well as 'Dharma & Greg.' She eventually got a job as a vocalist to songwriter Gerry Goffin, where she recorded five demo tracks in the hopes of landing a record deal. She was devastated 

when most US studios turned her down, claiming that her voice was 'too black.' After a fire, she returned to Texas, heartbroken, and began working as a telemarketer as well as waitress.

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Kelly Clarkson's debut single broke The Beatles' 38-year-old record for the fastest jump to number each on the 'Billboard Hot 100' graph. She later broke Britney Spears'

 record for the most significant single-week jump to number one with 'My Life Would Suck Without You,' which rose from 97th to number one. She has been nominated for 13 Grammy Awards, 

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winning three of them for her albums 'Breakaway' and 'Stronger.' She has also won four "American Music Awards," three "MTV Video Music Awards," and six "Teen Choice Awards."

   Kelly Clarkson's  Personal Life

On October 20, 2013, Kelly Clarkson wedded Brandon Blackstock, the son of her manager Narvel Blackstock,

 at Blackberry Farm in Walland, Tennessee. In June 2014, the pair welcomed a daughter, and in April 2016, they welcomed a son.

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