What Is Wrong With Kelly Clarkson? Is Kelly Clarkson Sick?

Kelly Clarkson is a singer, songwriter, author, actress, and soon-to-be talk show host. This year, she discovered a new talent. She can smile even when she’s hurting.

The 37-year-old first proved this in May, when she hosted the Billboard Music Awards even though her appendix burst right before she went on stage.

Is Kelly Clarkson Sick?

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After “Because of You,” Kelly Clarkson fans were worried, according to information from the TV Shows Ace website. On the most recent episode of Kelly Clarkson’s daytime talk show, she did some strange things that caught their attention.

She had to go away for a while because she wasn’t acting like herself. Kelly wasn’t there in person when the show started, but she was there when it did. Kelly went away after that. Because she had COVID-19, the singer had to give her show from home because she was sick.

Kelly and Cher took turns being the hosts. She did what she could to keep the people watching at home interested. Because of this, people who wanted to help posted their prayers and thoughts on Twitter.

Kelly Clarkson Recent Interview About Health

Kelly Clarkson

Now, in a new interview with People, Clarkson says that just one week after that scary hosting gig and the emergency appendectomy that followed, she was in pain on set again.

During a live recording of “The Voice,” she felt a pain that was like the one she had before but worse.

She said, “That hurt more than the appendicitis.” “I was going crazy.”

Even so, viewers didn’t seem to notice because, once again, Clarkson was a great showman. She did tell someone what was going on, though.

“Blake Shelton was talking to me, and all of a sudden, everything he said just disappeared. I had to grab his arm, and I thought, “Something is wrong.” She thought back.

She went to the hospital after the show to find out what had happened.

“I had a huge cyst on my ovary that burst!” She told the newspaper “I was laughing and crying so hard in the ER that I didn’t know what was going on.”

That’s a natural reaction since she just went through two very painful health scares right after each other. But there’s good news: they’re both on her side.

“I’m totally fine now,” she said over and over.

Even with those hard times, Clarkson can say with confidence that this has been a great year for her.

She started 2019 with a U.S. tour to promote her “Meaning of Life” album. She also voiced the main character in the kids’ movie “Ugly Dolls.” She’s about to be on another season of “The Voice,” and in less than two weeks, her new daytime talk show, “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” will premiere.

She said, “I never thought I’d be this happy.” “If someone had told me when I was 19 that I’d have my own TV show, I’d have been shocked. I would have laughed and said that no one would watch it. “I still hope they do, though.”

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