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The 'My Life Would Suck Without You' singer, Kelly Clarkson is furious with the 'Stronger' rapper for storming on stage at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) on Sunday (13.09.09) as Taylor Swift collected the Best Female Video prize for 'You Belong To Me'.
She wrote on her blog: "What happened to you as a child?? Did you not get hugged enough?? Something must have happened to make you this way and I think we're all just curious as to what would make a grown man go on national television and make a talented artist, let alone teenager, feel like s**t. I mean, I've seen you do some pretty sh**ty things, but you just keep amazing me with your tactless, a**hole ways."
After invading the stage, Kanye grabbed the microphone and insisted Beyonce Knowles should have won instead for the promo to 'Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)'.
His tirade lasted so long Taylor didn't have time to give an acceptance speech, and was met with boos from the crowd.
Kelly added: "It's absolutely fascinating how much I don't like you. I like everyone. I even like my a**hole ex that cheated on me over you... which is pretty odd since I don't even personally know you. The best part of this evening is that you weren't even up for THIS award and yet you still have a problem with the outcome. Is winning a moon man that much of a life goal?? You can have mine if it will shut you up. Is it that important, really (sic)??"
Kelly Clarkson performed “My Life Would Suck Without You” at tonight’s Much Music Video Awards in Toronto, CA, co-hosted by the Jonas Brothers.
It's Kelly Clarkson performing at Utah Valley University last night! Photographers should not be allowed behind this woman.
American Idol Kelly Clarkson’s fluctuating weight has been big news lately. And it seems that she can’t stop talking about herself either. She recently spoke with Reader’s Digest about her body issues. Kelly was asked what it means to her to “show girls that you don’t have to be skinny to be successful.” Her response:
I recently gave a self-esteem workshop for Girl Scouts in Nashville, and I told the girls that I wasn’t a role model for my weight, because I change. Sometimes I’m thicker when I’m around my family and I’m eating more. Sometimes I’m thinner because I’m on the road and that takes a lot out of me. But I do feel it’s important to talk to girls about weight. They see these images, and there’s no way the’ll ever live up to them. I want them to see someone who is real and know they don’t have to live up to anything.
American Idol alum Kelly Clarkson hits the headlines after her "fat" photo surfaced on the internet.
According to TMZ, Kelly Clarkson's "not too fit" photo was taken from her KIIS FM's Wango Tango concert performance this weekend. Some bloggers claim that Kelly is pregnant
Kelly Clarkson said on Tuesday she was not a lesbian but sometimes wished she was because "often times men are very hard for me."
Clarkson, the first and one of the most successful winners of TV talent show "American Idol", told AOL's pop culture news site, PopEater.com, that she was accustomed to being asked if she was secretly gay.
"Lesbians tell it to me all the time. I'm like, 'I'm glad it works for you and I wish I liked women like that because often times men are very hard for me, but I happen to like boys.'
"I could never be a lesbian. I would never want to date (someone like) myself, ever. I'm a crazy person. I need some kind of stable, quiet man," Clarkson, 26, said.
Kelly Clarkson will break Billboard records Thursday when her new single ‘My Life Would Suck Without You’ makes the largest leap to No. 1 in the chart’s history.
According to Billboard.com, My Life Would Suck Without You moved from No. 97 to No. 1 after selling 280,000 downloads since its release a week ago. Clarkson’s record breaks one set by Britney Spears last year with her hit single ‘Womanizer,’ which moved from No. 96 to No. 1.
Clarkson’s single is from her upcoming album ‘All I Ever Wanted,’ due in stores March 17.
Kelly Clarkson is working overtime to shed the squeaky clean American Idol veneer she once had.
The tabloid Us Weekly is claiming that the Texan girl and Grammy winner enjoys walking around her home in the buff, no matter what's going on.
This tidbit includes not just when close friends are around, but even when her home is "filled with strangers for photo shoots or fittings," reports the magazine.
Kelly explains why: "I just really like being naked," Clarkson reportedly tells visitors with a shrug, according to Us Weekly.
Source: Monsters And Critics
In a bid to revive her career and perhaps garner some paparazzi attention, Kelly Clarkson recently told the media that she doesn't wear panties. She also revealed the TMI tidbit that she didn't wear underwear during her American Idol run, because, she believed an aired-out cooter to be good luck.
Clarkson told the media, "Why'd anyone want a little thing up their butt when they can go free?"
Source: Bodog Life
...she is putting her tour back on track.
After scrapping the summer version due to poor ticket sales, Clarkson will instead hit North American arenas with special guest Jon McLaughlin, beginning Oct. 10 in New York. Shows are set through Dec. 3 in Nashville.
It's been a tumultuous couple months for Clarkson, 25, who recently fired her manager and shelved her summer tour after a public clash with Clive Davis over the direction of her latest album, My December, the first disc she co-produced and wrote entirely.
Fans who have tickets for the canceled dates are eligible for a special Ticketmaster code for the new shows; details are available on Clarkson's Web site.
Here's the lineup for Clarkson's My December tour:
• Oct. 10: Verona, N.Y. (Turning Stone Casino)
• Oct. 14-16: New York (Beacon Theatre)
• Oct. 18: Philadelphia (Tower Theatre)
• Oct. 21: Uncasville, Conn. (Mohegan Sun)
• Oct. 23: Boston (Orpheum Theatre)
• Oct. 24: Washington, D.C. (DAR Constitution Hall)
• Oct. 26: Buffalo, N.Y. (Seneca Casino)
• Oct. 28: Detroit (Fillmore)
• Oct. 30: Toronto (Massey Hall)
• Nov. 1: Chicago (Chicago Theatre)
• Nov. 2: Minneapolis (State Theatre)
• Nov. 5: Denver (Paramount Theatre)
• Nov. 10: San Jose, Calif. (Events Center)
• Nov. 12: Seattle (Paramount Theatre)
• Nov. 14: Sacramento, Calf. (Memorial Auditorium)
• Nov. 16: San Diego (Civic Auditorium)
• Nov. 18: Los Angeles (Gibson Amphitheatre)
• Nov. 20: Phoenix (Gammage Theatre)
• Nov. 23: Dallas (Nokia Theatre)
• Nov. 25: Houston (Verizon Wireless Theatre)
• Nov. 27: Atlanta (Cobb Energy Center)
• Nov. 29: Miami (Mizner Park)
• Dec. 1: Tampa, Fla. (Ruth Eckerd Hall)
• Dec. 3: Nashville (Ryman Auditorium)
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