Over the weekend, Kelly Clarkson shared a hilarious video of basketball legend, Shaquille O’Neal, singing her hit single “Since You’ve Been Gone” during his guest appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show.
“Sing it @Shaq!! 😂🤣😂,” Kelly Clarkson declared in her Instagram post.
Kelly Clarkson also announced that the Shaq Foundation fundraising gala is happening in Las Vegas. Proceeds from the event will notably go to provide opportunities and resources to kids in need. Clarkson will be performing at the event, along with Justin Bieber, Andra Day, Imagine Dragons, and Snoop Dogg.
Shaq recently spoke to the Foundation and its exciting event.
“I started the Foundation in 2019 to provide resources and opportunities to kids in need,” the legendary basketball player said. He also revealed that the Foundation partners with two other organizations close to his heart, which are the Boys and Girls Club and Communities in School. “I remember when that used to be my family.”
Kelly Clarkson Receives $10.4 Million Montana Ranch Through Her Divorce With Brandon Blackstock
As previously reported, Kelly Clarkson received full control of her $10.4 million Montana ranch after her court battle with estranged husband, Brandon Blackstock.
According to E! News, the decision, which sided with Kelly Clarkson since she purchased the home, reads, “The Court further finds that the Montana Ranch and the other two Montana properties are not titled in both of the Parties’ names wither as joint tenants with right of survivorship or as tenants by the entireties as required under the PMA to create marital property.”
The decision also revealed that the Court rejected Blackstock’s position that the Montana Ranch and other Montana properties are marital property owned 50/50 by the Parties. E! News also reports that following his separation from Clarkson, Blackstock made a “deliberate choice” to “change his life” and become a full-time rancher. He also stated that he was using the Montana ranch exclusively for his residence and business.
Clarkson previously sought to sell the reach because due to the property being a “financial burden” to her. A judge initially rejected the singer’s request to sell the property. Blackstock was ordered to pay the $81,000 property fees this past spring.
Meanwhile, Clarkson is paying close to $200,000 a month to Blackstock for spousal and child support. The singer’s estranged husband is now responsible for 100% of the cost for transportation of their children, River and Remington, to and from Montana. He also has a 25% custodial timeshare.
Clarkson previously spoke about her ongoing divorce in December 2020 on her talk show. While chatting with author Glennon Doyle, the singer stated, “Glennon, you write about the public fallout from your divorce. I’m obviously going through one right now. It’s horrible. There are so many hard parts. The hardest for me is the kids. That’s the hardest for me.”