Kellyanne Conway's Daughter Claudia Says Her Voice 'Has Been Suppressed' Her Whole Life During American Idol Audition!
The 16-year-old daughter of Kellyanne Conway , Claudia Conway, who is known as a social media influencer as well, has appeared on American Idol ! That being said, one new preview of the episode that is yet to air, confirms that she opens up about her relationship with her parents on air!
This comes after the TikTok star made headlines for recording Kellyanne as she verbally and physically abused her and sharing some of the footage online.
Claudia has suggested many times before, however, that she has hours of very similar behaviour recorded that she has not shared yet.
Now, appearing on a singing competition seems to be not just about music but also a symbol for her sharing 'her own voice,' something she suggested she was never able to do because of her mom.
The teenager stressed that she is determined to make a name for herself and no longer live under Kellyanne's public shadow.
As she introduces herself to judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, and Lionel Richie in the preview, she says: 'I’m Claudia Conway. My mother is Kellyanne Conway. She worked for Donald Trump. And my dad is George Conway. He worked against Donald Trump. It is a lot, but I agree to disagree with my mom and dad. So you probably know me as 15 year old emancipation girl or that one blonde woman from Fox News’ daughter … I am a little more than that. When your mom works for the President who you very much disagree with, it is hard.'
Then, she got on social media, which proved to be a little toxic as well!
But, Claudia went on to mention that, while in a dark place, her saving grace has always been music.
'Most of my life, my feelings had been suppressed so I got social media and was like, ‘Well, yeah. Now my voice's being heard. The internet can really be a very dark place. But when life's all going downhill, I still have music. Now, I want to get away from drama and controversy and let people know I am a singer and it is what I want to do.'