06 October, 2016
As much as Kelly would like her fans to think that she doesn't obsess about her weight like other artists in her field, there's no doubt that the pressure to look thin got to her in one way or another.
"She's a terrorist. She's so bossy. She can be the most lovable human and then just.Mean", Clarkson jokingly said. "I don't have time to make you feel like it was your idea". Which, in the moment, was probably pretty awful for her admirer.
However, the 34-year-old "Stronger" singer told Meyers that she didn't have a book in mind when she wrote the stories.
In a revealing game of "Celebrity Confessions" the songstress divulged a secret about her past dating life that she has never shared with anyone. "And he was 5'2" and I'm 5'3 1/2" and I was like, 'Whatever, I obviously went out with you so it didn't bother me, '" the singer began. "This is a terrible human story".
Kelly Clarkson ghosted on her second date ever: 'I'm a awful human'
Clarkson recalled how on her second-ever date, she went out with a man who was preoccupied with his height.
And while she admits she didn't mind his height, she says he also came up short in terms of conversation, refusing to talk about anything except his small stature.
'Anytime I hold him it's like, 'I don't know what you're doing in my spot.' She's so jealous in that moment, ' she said.
Kelly Clarkson has opened up to ET about how becoming a parent has given her a newfound sense of empowerment.
"I'm going straight to hell, I'm aware", she told DeGeneres. "I wanted to fake some frightful thing".
Jayalalitha health: Apollo Hospitals makes first veiled admission about nature of illness
The petitioner "Traffic" Ramaswamy submitted that the people of Tamil Nadu were eager to know about the health condition of Jayalalithaa.
Eric Trump praises dad's 'courage' in not bringing up Bill Clinton's infidelities
It is also notable that a majority of viewers-55 percent-said they watched the entire debate all the way through. Trump spoke significantly faster than Clinton as well. "She pledged 200,000 jobs for upstate NY ".
McConnell: Congress should discuss fixes to 9/11 law
Information for this article was contributed by Kathleen Hennessey and Aya Batrawy of The Associated Press. So Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) leveled at least partial blame on Obama.