Trisha Yearwood Responds to Kelly Clarkson’s Las Vegas Trip: ‘You Deserve All Things Good’

by Samantha Whidden
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Less than 24 hours after singer and talk show host Kelly Clarkson took to her social media accounts to post her trip to Las Vegas amid her ugly divorce battle, fellow singer Trisha Yearwood responded to the snapshot with some love and support. 

While retweeting Kelly Clarkson’s post, Yearwood states, “You deserve all the good things, my friend!!! Love love love you!”

Kelly Clarkson also shared some snapshots of last night’s George Strait show. She wrote, “Y’all, run, don’t walk to any George Strait show coming to a venue near you! He is still the #GOAT.”

Kelly Clarkson’s New Victory in Her Ongoing Divorce Battles With Ex-Husband Brandon Blackstock

Earlier this week, Kelly Clarkson celebrated a major win in her divorce battle with her ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock. In June 2020, Kelly filed for divorce in Los Angeles after nearly seven years of marriage. The former couple was married in October 2013 and have two children, daughter River Rose and son Remington.

As previously reported, Kelly was denied permission to sell her Montana ranch despite the fact that she legally owns the property. She also states that property is a “financial burden” to her as well. The request was initially denied due to the fact that Blackstock currently resides on the property. Her ex’s attorney also objected to the proposal at the time.

Blackstock also initially requested that the properties between him and Kelly would be split 50/50 and that half the income Kelly earned during the length of their marriage be split in half.  However, a judge recently put a stop to the request and agreed with Kelly’s legal team that her prenup with Blackstock required consideration. Therefore, Kelly has the right to sell the Montana ranch. 

Clarkson Reflects on 2020 Lessons She learned Amid Divorce Proceedings

During a 2020 segment of her self-titled talk show, Kelly Clarkson played ‘Finish the Phrase: Grateful Edition.’ She was given a few prompts and was told to finish them. In one prompt, Kelly was given, “I’m grateful in 2020 for the lesson I learned…” in which she finished, “Even at 38, I feel like I’m always changing and progressing in a good sense, in a good way.” 

Kelly Clarkson then states she always wants to make sure she is being the best version of herself. Which led to her next comment, “You want to make sure you’re surrounded by people that also want to be the best versions of themselves and also want a good common goal for everyone. Not just themselves.”

Clarkson then says that people can also be bad for you at a certain time as well. “And I think that everybody just goes, ‘Oh, well that means they’re bad.’ Well, it doesn’t necessarily mean that. It just means that you’re on different paths.” 

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