9:30 am, October 22nd | by Laura Donovan
“American Idol” legend Kelly Clarkson ruffled a lot of feathers when she declared her support for presidential candidate Ron Paul last year, but now that the election is here, is she actually going to vote for the outsider contender?
10:00 am, July 4th | by Laura Donovan
We already know that haters haven’t left numero uno “American Idol” winner Kelly Clarkson alone about her weight since she beat Justin Guarini in the reality show competition in 2002, but it’s almost equally annoying to know that people also joke that she’s a lesbian merely because she isn’t the kind of celebrity to have a different fella on her arm every week.
9:30 am, June 6th | by Laura Donovan
Everyone in sight started whispering the moment she stepped onstage. My cell phone began buzzing uncontrollably, as my friends from across the concert stadium couldn’t believe their eyes. “Kelly Clarkson got so fat,” the people around me said during her 2009 show at the University of Arizona. Meanwhile, I was so pumped to see the very first “American Idol” sing in person.
10:45 am, May 30th | by Laura Donovan
I don’t know about you, but I get a little tired of the Obama-Hollywood lovefest sometimes. That’s why I was so entertained by Mediaite editor Andrew Kirell’s recent slideshow on “Celebrities You Probably Didn’t Know Are Republicans” that I decided to do some extra digging and track down big name female figures who voted red or have come forward about their conservative views. And I was surprised to see that they weren’t all country music singers as one would expect. Here are some ladies in the limelight who unabashedly lean right.
2:30 pm, March 7th | by Laura Donovan
Many musicians enjoy singing about Republican presidential contender Ron Paul, so it’s no surprise that he has the adoration of pop star Kelly Clarkson. Though she did not even endorse Paul, the 29-year-old “American Idol” winner was almost immediately ripped apart by dissenters for advocating for Paul.
1:35 pm, January 10th | by Amy Tennery
Sony boss Howard Stringer had the honor(?) of introducing Kelly Clarkson at a press event for his brand last night at the International consumer electronics show. Clarkson was one of several celebrities Sony paid to show up for its press event, including Justin Timberlake, Will Smith and Ryan Seacrest. One can only hope Stringer were more enthused about them.