Kelly Clarkson Net Worth: Interesting Facts, Earnings, House, Age, Height, Biography

Kelly Clarkson Net Worth:$50 Million

Net Worth:$50 Million
Salary:$15 Million
Date of Birth:Apr 24, 1982 (40 years old)
Gender:Female
Height:5 ft 3 in (1.61 m)
Profession:Singer-songwriter, Actor, Record producer, Singer, Songwriter, Philanthropist
Nationality:United States of America

Kelly Clarkson net worth is around $45 million. Kelly Brianne known professionally as Kelly Clarkson, is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and television personality from Burleson, Texas.

Kelly Clarkson Net Worth
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Kelly Clarkson net worth 2022

Kelly Clarkson net worth 2022 is around $45 million. Kelly Clarkson is well known for her music career, which was launched due to her appearance on the reality TV show “American Idol.”

Kelly Clarkson impressive net worth is a result of a series of smart financial moves in addition to her success in the entertainment world. Kelly Clarkson also became a successful writer, most notably in the genre of children’s books.

Kelly Clarkson’s Earnings

Kelly Clarkson’s Earnings per year is $15 Million.

Kelly Clarkson House & Real Estate

In 2018, Kelly Clarkson bought an $8.5 million 10,000-square-foot mansion in Encino, California. That was Kelly family’s primary residence. Kelly Clarkson had previously been renting an LA home that had been burglarized a number of times. Kelly accepted $8.24 million when she finally sold in September 2021.

Kelly Clarkson Biography:

BornKelly Brianne Clarkson
April 24, 1982 (age 40)
Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.
Other namesKelly Blackstock
OccupationSinger,songwriter,actress,author,television personality
Years active2002–present
Spouse(s)Brandon Blackstock​​(m. 2013; div. 2021)​
Children2
Musical career
GenresPop,pop rock
InstrumentsVocals
LabelsRCA,19S,Atlantic
Websitekellyclarkson.com

Kelly Clarkson was born on April 24th of 1982 in Fort Worth, Texas. Kelly is the youngest of three children, and she was separated from her siblings when her parents divorced. Kelly Clarkson stayed with her mother, while her brother and sister went to live with other relatives. Church was a major influence on Clarkson’s early life, and she was raised a Southern Baptist.

Kelly Clarkson Biography
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Kelly Clarkson joined the choir in middle school, which became her first experience with singing. When she reached high school, Kelly Clarkson performed in many of the school’s musicals and talent shows.

Although Kelly Clarkson received scholarships to several universities because of her singing abilities, Clarkson declined them all. She was eager to focus entirely on her musical career, and she wanted to get started immediately.

Kelly Clarkson Career:

After graduating from high school in 2000, Kelly Clarkson made recording a demo reel her priority. Kelly Clarkson worked numerous jobs to finance the recording sessions and received some interest from record labels. Although she had a few offers, she turned them down because she believed she would be stereotyped and commercialized.

In 2001, Kelly Clarkson traveled to Los Angeles as she believed she would find greater opportunities there. Although she succeeded in recording a 5-track demo reel, she was turned down by every record label Kelly Clarkson approached. Later, Kelly Clarkson was forced to return home after financial difficulties. During this rough patch, Kelly Clarkson worked as a host for a movie theater and as a cocktail waitress.

Not long after returning home, Kelly Clarkson friends encouraged her to audition for “American Idol.” It was the very first season of the show, and the producers were still playing it by ear as the series progressed. Kelly Clarkson eventually made it to the final round and won the entire contest, launching her career in earnest.

As an “American Idol” winner, Kelly Clarkson was signed to RCA Records by Simon Fuller, the creator of the show. Kelly Clarkson debut single, “A Moment Like This,” eventually ascended to the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100. In 2002, it was the top-selling single in the United States.

In 2003, Kelly Clarkson released her debut album, “Thankful.” The album earned double-platinum status, and critics praised Clarkson’s impressive vocal abilities. The album featured tracks like “Miss Independent” and “The Trouble With Love Is.”

Not long afterward, Kelly Clarkson paved her own path in the music industry by severing ties with Simon Fuller and seeking new management. The result was a new album called “Breakaway.”

Critics praised the album when it was released in 2004. It was also Kelly Clarkson most successful album in financial terms, as it sold more than 12 million units around the world. On the heels of her successful new album, Kelly Clarkson embarked on an ambitious tour from 2005 to 2006.

Kelly Clarkson’s third album took a darker tone – a point of contention for the executives at RCA. They wanted Kelly Clarkson to pursue a more mainstream sound, and they protested when she refused to allow any professional input into the creative process. Kelly Clarkson wanted to do things her way, and as a result, RCA failed to promote the album to the extent they had done previously.

The album was entitled “My December,” and it was released in 2007. Although it was well-received by critics and gained platinum status, it only sold 2.5 million units globally – a far cry from Kelly’s earlier success with “Breakaway.”

Kelly Clarkson returned to mainstream vibe with her next album, “All I Ever Wanted.” With its lighter tone, the album reached the top spot on the Billboard Top 200 and achieved commercial success with a platinum status once again. Critics also praised Clarkson’s work once again. To support the album, Kelly Clarkson toured once again from 2009 to 2010.

After collaborating on the massively successful country track “Don’t You Wanna Stay” with Jason Aldean, Kelly Clarkson released another album in 2011 entitled “Stronger,” winning a Grammy for her efforts. In 2012, Kelly Clarkson won widespread praise when she sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” during the Superbowl.

During this year, Kelly Clarkson also released her first greatest hits album.

In 2013, Kelly Clarkson released a holiday album entitled “Wrapped in Red,” which quickly went platinum. 2015 marked Kelly Clarkson’s seventh and final album with RCA. For the third time, Kelly Clarkson album reached the third spot on the Billboard Top 200. Next, she signed with Atlantic and released the album “Meaning of Life” in 2017.

Kelly Clarkson Film Career:

Kelly Clarkson has been involved in film since the beginning of her career. Kelly Clarkson first major role was in “From Justin to Kelly” in 2003, although the movie was poorly received. Kelly Clarkson has appeared on a number of TV shows as well, including reality shows such as “The Voice” and later seasons of “American Idol.” Kelly Clarkson has also emerged as a successful voice actor, featuring in animated films such as “The Star” and “Trolls World Tour.” In addition, she has her own show – “The Kelly Clarkson Show.”

Kelly Clarkson Children’s Books:

In 2016, Kelly Clarkson signed a book deal with HarperCollins. Her first children’s book was “River Rose and the Magical Lullaby.” In 2017, she released another book called “River Rose and the Magical Christmas.” She has stated interest in creating more children’s books in the future.

Kelly Clarkson Dating, relationships, Personal Life

In October 2013, Kelly Clarkson married Brandon Blackstock after a nine-month engagement. Brandon is the son of Narvel Blackstock, Kelly’s former manager. Narvel was married to Reba McEntire for many years.

In November 2013, Kelly Clarkson and Brandon announced that they were expecting their first child together. Their child, a daughter, was born on June 12, 2014. They welcomed a son on April 12, 2016.

Kelly Clarkson Divorce

Kelly Clarkson filed for divorce in June 2020. In November 2020, a judge granted Kelly custody of their two children. Unfortunately, around the same time as the custody decision was made, Brandon filed a support request in which he sought $430,000 in MONTHLY child support. The request broke down as $135,000 in child support and $301,000 in spousal support. He also wanted $2 million to cover attorney’s fees.

In response, a few weeks later Kelly Clarkson filed a complaint in which she claimed during the 13 years she was managed by Brandon, he didn’t have the necessary license required for talent agents. She therefore demanded the return of million in fees.

In April 2021 a judge ordered Kelly Clarkson to pay Brandon $195,000 per month in support. That was broken up as $150,000 in spousal support which will last for two years, and $45,000 per month in child support which will presumably last until their children turn 18.

In January 2022 a judge ordered Kelly Clarkson to transfer a 5% ownership stake of her Montana ranch to Blackstock. The ranch overall is worth an estimated $17.75 million so Blackstock’s 5% stake was worth $908,000 at the time of the judge’s order.

In March 2022 a final divorce settlement was finally struck between Kelly Clarkson and Brandon. According to the final settlement she received custody of their children and will keep the majority of her assets. On the other hand Kelly Clarkson will pay him $115,000 in support per month through January 2024 PLUS $45,000 per month in child support, presumably until the kids are 18. Kelly Clarkson also agreed to pay a one-time lump sum of $1.3 million.