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Kelly Clarkson let out a scream on the set of "The Voice" when she received word that a judge upheld her ironclad prenuptial agreement.

The 39-year-old mom-of-two had been ordered to pay her ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock, $195,000 -per-month in temporary spousal and child support.

But the same judge fully upheld Kelly's prenup with Blackstock in their highly contentious divorce win, TMZ reported on Thursday.

The legal victory comes as People magazine reports that Brandon requested $436,000 a month in spousal support and child support from Kelly.
 
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A Los Angeles County Court judge will finalize the order and Blackstock's $200K monthly spousal support will be significantly decreased.

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Kelly was awarded primary custody of their children, Remington and River Rose, because Blackstock lives on their farm in Montana, Page Six reports.

Blackstock has two children from a previous relationship.

Kelly will likely have to pay child support for Remington and River Rose, which will cost her $50,000 per month. But that's a drop in the bucket for her.

Court docs lists the singer/TV personalty's monthly income at over $1.5 million.

The "Since U Been Gone" songstress is desperate to sever all ties with hr ex-husband.

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Kelly Clarkson has been ordered to pay her ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock, $195,000 -per-month in spousal and child support.

The legal victory comes as People magazine reports that Brandon requested $436,000 a month in spousal support and child support from Kelly.

A Los Angeles County Court judge issued the order this week following a hearing on the former couple's property and child custody, according to documents obtained by The Blast.

Court docs lists the singer/TV personalty's monthly income at over $1.5 million.

The new payment plan is back dated to April 1, 2021.

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The documents also reveal Brandon has given up his career as a manager in the entertainment business and is becoming a "rancher full-time".

During the former couple's ongoing divorce, Kelly asked the court to allow her to sell their Montana ranch, but the judge denied the request and ordered Brandon to start covering the costs of the property.

According to the new order, Clarkson is also required to pay $1.25 million to cover Brandon's attorneys fees.

The singer filed for divorce in 2020, after seven years of marriage.

Kelly was previously granted primary physical custody over the couple's 2 minor children.
 

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Kelly, 38, filed for divorce from Blackstock in June after 7 years of marriage. They share daughter, River Rose, 6, and son, Remington Alexander, 4. Blackstock also has two children from a previous marriage: Seth, far left, and Savannah, 2nd from left.

A source tells People that Blackstock, 43, has been "unreasonable" in his requests for support and attorney's fees from the 2002 American Idol winner.

"Kelly's offered to pay for all the kids' expenses, but Brandon seems to think he is entitled to and needs $301,000 in spousal support and $135,000 in child support per month," said the source.

Blackstock claims he needs $5.2 million a year to continue living the life of luxury that he was accustomed to while married to Kelly.

The source said, "Additionally, he's already asked for $2 million for attorney fees when he's the one driving up the cost of the divorce with seven attorneys just representing him alone.

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Tiffany Haddish is poised to take over Ellen DeGeneres's spot when her daytime TV talk show ends in 2022 after 19 seasons.

The "Girls Trip" star, 40, has frequently filled in for Ellen, 63, who was criticized by former staffers for being mean.

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A senior NBCUniversal source told Page Six: "Tiffany is a favorite, she has humor and empathy in spades.

"She's top of the list to get a daytime show – she's a fresh voice."

Apart from her guest hosting gigs, Haddish hosts CBS's "Kids Say The Darndest Things."

She also currently stars opposite Billy Crystal in the new movie, "Here Today."

Former American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson is also favored to take over Ellen's 3 pm TV time slot. Kelly's own talk show airs in most markets after DeGeneres.

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The Ellen DeGeneres Show won't be renewed after 19 seasons on television. DeGeneres made the announcement on Wednesday, saying she is walking away from her daytime chat show next year.

The news was leaked to the Daily Mail on Wednesday, as DeGeneres prepared to break the news to her devoted viewers.

She later confirmed the claims to The Hollywood Reporter, saying, "When you're a creative person, you constantly need to be challenged - and as great as this show is, and as fun as it is, it's just not a challenge anymore."

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The exit comes a year after Ellen's former staffers complained about her bad behavior behind the scenes.

Her reputation as one of Hollywood's nicest people took a hit following sexual harassment allegations from current and former staffers.

One ex-employee said producers were mean and sexist which created a toxic work environment.

Ellen issued an apology to staff and insisted she would do better going forward.

Multiple producers were also fired as a result of the many complaints.

Ellen has just launched a new show, Ellen's Great Design Challenge, on HBO Max, and currently oversees a variety of TV programs.

Kelly Clarkson's hit daytime show is expected to fill the slot vacated on the schedule by DeGeneres' departure.

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Kelly Clarkson sang a soulful rendition of the Jackson 5 classic song "Who's Lovin' You" on her talk show, The Kelly Clarkson Show.

Fans were impressed by Kelly's vocal prowess on the song.

"She's so good I wanna cry," a user commented on the YouTube video.

"I just died. On the 1st note. Yassss Queen Kelly," another fan wrote.

Clarkson recently wowed viewers with her cover of Adele's 2016 song "Water Under the Bridge" on the show.

The J5 is credited with recording the most famous version of "Who's Lovin' You" in 1969. The song was issued as the b-side to the Jackson 5's first single, "I Want You Back", which went to #1 on both the pop and R&B charts.

"Who's Lovin' You" appeared on the Jackson 5's debut album, Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5, but the song was never released as a standalone single.

The Jackson 5 group was founded by Joe Jackson in 1965 in Gary, Indiana, and comprised of his sons Jackie, Tito, and Jermaine. Younger brothers Marlon and Michael joined the group later.

"Who's Lovin' You" was originally written by William "Smokey" Robinson and recorded by The Miracles in 1960. You can hear the Miracles' original version below.
 

Kelly Clarkson - "Who's Lovin' You" (Jackson 5 Cover)

 

Jackson 5 Perform "Who's Lovin' You" Live on The Ed Sullivan Show

 

Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - Who's Lovin' You (Original)

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The future of Ellen DeGeneres's once popular daytime talk show is in doubt.

DeGeneres, right, Is struggling to hold on to her hosting duties amid troubling accusations of racism and creating a toxic workplace.

With just one year left on her contract, the 62-year-old multimillionaire is said to be facing forced retirement.

According to Page Six, Ellen's TV ratings have collapsed 8 percent lower than last year.

Meanwhile, The Kelly Clarkson Show -- which comes on after Ellen's Show -- could take over Ellen's 3 p.m. spot if she is canceled.

Kelly's TV ratings matched Ellen's ratings high for the first time in 2019.

According to Page Six, NBC chiefs wooed Kelly, 38, before she launched her show in 2019.

The Kelly Clarkson Show became the most-watched new daytime talk show in seven years, winning three Daytime Emmy Awards last year.

Ellen has reportedly pleaded with her Black celebrity friends to help save her job.

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The coronavirus lockdown has claimed another celebrity couple. Singer Kelly Clarkson has filed for divorce from her husband of 7 years, Brandon Blackstock.

The pop singer has been self-isolating with Blackstock and their kids at their retreat in Montana for the past eight weeks. But the forced home detention has apparently cost Clarkson her marriage.

According to documents obtained by The Blast, Clarkson filed papers in Los Angeles last week.

She married her manager, Blackstock, in 2013 after a whirlwind courtship and they share two children - five-year-old daughter River and 4-year-old son Remington. He also has two teenage kids from his first marriage to Melissa Ashworth.

The news comes weeks after the now-estranged couple put an Encino, California mansion on the market.