Kelly Clarkson’s Former Husband Ordered to Repay Her $2.6 Million

Kelly Clarkson’s ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock, has been ordered by a California labor commissioner to pay her back $2.6 million. The ruling states that Blackstock “unlawfully” booked jobs for Clarkson, including her role on “The Voice” and endorsements, resulting in him accumulating over $2.6 million in fees.

This dispute sheds light on the intricate dynamics between personal and professional relationships in the entertainment industry. It is especially noteworthy considering Clarkson and Blackstock’s history. The couple was together for almost seven years before divorcing in June 2020. Since then, they have been engaged in financial negotiations, which include child and spousal support agreements.

Despite her successful music career and television roles, including hosting her talk show, Clarkson made the decision to step away from “The Voice” to prioritize her well-being and pursue other projects. This legal battle, along with her career adjustments, highlights the challenges and complexities that celebrity management and divorce can bring. As Clarkson continues to navigate her professional and personal life post-divorce, she demonstrates strength and resilience.


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *