Are Kelly Clarkson And Brandon Blackstock Having A Quarantine-Related Marriage Breakdown?
Are Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock having a quarantine-related marriage breakdown? Is the couple facing marital issues after being holed up together at their Montana ranch? Rumors have circulated for months now that Kelly and Brandon are having a hard time with the lockdown. Kelly has been very busy hosting her show and The Voice while on lockdown and like other celebrities who are juggling multiple shows from home (Ryan Seacrest) many are concerned it's simply too much stress. Earlier reports suggested the Montana ranch wasn't even finished and Kelly wasn't prepared for the degree of rugged living she'd be dealing with by staying in Montana with her husband, Brandon Blackstock, and children River, 5, and Remington, 4. With homeschooling, ranch chores, animals to take care of, and running not one, but two programs, Kelly certainly has her hands full.
Now, an article in the upcoming June 20, 2020, issue of Life & Style suggests that the stress is taking a toll on her marriage.
A source stated the following.
"They're fighting all the time and getting into screaming matches. AT times, it's as if Kelly feels like she just can't take it anymore. Their marriage has definitely hit a rough patch these past few weeks in isolation."
What the source is describing is perfectly normal as many relationships are under stress due to the pandemic. That doesn't mean they will separate or get divorced once things being returning back to some form of normalcy.
Kelly has opened up with her fans about feeling stressed out due to the changes, but she hasn't revealed any type of personal, marriage-related issues publicly. In fact, it appears that the couple is very much in love and devoted to their family.
The source continued to say that people hope they will pull through this trying time.
"You have to work at it... There's always things you're working on. They still love each other, and hopefully, their relationship will get back to normal once the Coronavirus crisis is over. But if things continue the way they are now, who knows if they'll survive."
What do you think about Life & Style's reporting? Do you believe the source who says they've hit a rough patch? Do you think they have the tools needed to overcome it?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.