Video: Terry Bradshaw Opens Up to Kelly Clarkson About Being a ‘Girl Dad’

by Suzanne Halliburton
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Terry Bradshaw is proud to be a “girl dad.”

It’s a big theme on his reality show, “Bradshaw Bunch.” On Thursday, the NFL Hall of Famer discussed why he’s such a good “Girl Dad” with Kelly Clarkson on her talk show.

The key? Go shopping.

Bradshaw, 72, loves to spend time with his three daughters doing some retail therapy. He also admits that he loves to shop, too, whether he’s frequenting Walmart or Tractor Supply.

“They’ll go in there for one thing, I’m going in there for a dozen,” Bradshaw quipped.

Terry Bradshaw and His Show Pulls in Audience

The season finale of “Bradshaw Bunch” is Thursday night on E! Further, the show definitely has a fanbase. Last Thursday’s episode drew an audience of 752,000.

If you haven’t seen the show, it features the exploits of Bradshaw, his wife, Tammy, and daughters Rachel, Erin, and Lacey. The show is filmed at Bradshaw’s 800-acre ranch in Oklahoma. The ranch is stunning, and it’s stocked with hundreds of horses and cows. Plus, there’s a donkey named Snoop Donk.

Bradshaw said in the season premiere: “I got three girls, which means I have three problems.”

Bradshaw and Tammy, his fourth wife, have been together for two decades. He and his ex-wife Charla Hopkins share daughters Rachel and Erin. Lacey is also Tammy Bradshaw’s daughter with her ex-husband. But she’s been a member of the Bradshaw family most of her life.

Further, Rachel is a widow. Her husband, former Tennessee Titans kicker Rob Bironas, was killed in an automobile accident. She appeared on the TV show “Nashville,” and a reality series for budding musicians.

Then there’s Erin, who happens to be a champion equestrian.

Lacey is married to a chef and is a mother to Zuri. As Bradshaw explains, the 7-year-old is the apple of Bradshaw’s eye.

Meanwhile, Bradshaw, who won four Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers, splits his time between his Oklahoma ranch and Los Angeles.

And while he’s juggling “The Bradshaw Bunch,” the gregarious ex quarterback is also a studio analyst for Fox’s “NFL Sunday.”

Here’s his interview with Clarkson. The two were on set at Universal Studios in Los Angeles.

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