Kelly clarkson i was dating skinny jeans
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We have four kids [Clarkson has two children and two stepchildren], but I have help.
I try to just be a confident female for her - and I believe actions obviously speak louder than words, it's an old saying but it's very true. It's a turn on [for my husband] that I'm a pretty badass female; boys that I dated before, they got intimidated by it, that's not fair to me because I work very hard.I'm just gonna do me and I'm gonna go at my own pace and I'm gonna do my thing, and if I'm skinny one day or bigger one day, that ain't gonna change how I sound. But at the the same time, I think it's great that people always bring it up with me because I get to say, "screw you, I don't care what you think." Don't be me then, do you.I've always been very confident though — I'm kind of that kid that's like, when you tell me not to do something, I'm gonna be like, "ohh, OK, watch me do this." And I think that God, the universe, or whatever, knows that about me.And here's the funny thing: There are millions of women and men that do the same thing, that raise their kids alone. I think watching her though [was] really cool for me because it taught me that I can accomplish anything.We were so poor — I mean, living paycheck to paycheck — and it was a very hard thing for her.I'm the happiest I've ever been and I can't even believe my life sometimes.
19), Kelly Clarkson went on the internet to clear up some stories music legend Clive Davis told about her in his memoir, 'The Soundtrack of My Life.' Specifically, that she's a sobbing mess who doesn't know anything about anything, but especially about music. First the legendary music exec publicly admitted he's a fan of the peen (well, a part-time fan of it anyway), and now he's gone and pissed off Kelly Clarkson -- who took to the internet to let her fans know there are some serious inaccuracies about her in Davis’ new memoir.
I'm sure [all of my kids will] end up in therapy for something. So I'm glad our boys and also our girls have a man to look [up to], who shows them, 'this is how treat a woman, this is how you respect a woman.' He takes his daughter on dates and shows her, 'this is what a guy should do.' But as a mother, and as an aunt, and as a sister, and as a daughter, I think it's very important for me to be very open about my weight and people asking about it.
Obviously, this is not my goal weight, if anyone's asking, but I had two kids. And I didn't want to lose the weight back then, I knew I was gonna have another kid.
)And given her reputation for speaking the brutally honest truth (yes, even about her weight - more on that later), she's a stellar role model for both moms and young women.
We were so poor - I mean, living paycheck to paycheck - and it was a very hard thing for her.
It's hard for me, a lot of physical things going against me, so I think it's important to tell girls that Photoshop is not reality, that's not what we look like, that's not what we want people to see.