What doesn’t kill it makes it stronger.
Kelly Clarkson announced on Sunday that she will be debuting a new album called “Chemistry”.
The talk show host revealed in an Instagram video that she found the caption after her hard divorce from Brandon Blackstock.
“I was trying to come up with a word that really described everything because I didn’t want everyone to think I was saying words like ‘I’m angry, sorry’ – just a feeling or two, you know?
“This album is definitely the arc of an entire relationship… and an entire relationship shouldn’t be reduced to one thing. I mean, you know, there’s good and bad and ugly things going on in it.
Clarkson, who filed for divorce from Blackstock in 2020, told fans he worked “close to three years” on the album.
“Chemistry can be a really cool, sexy, cool, fun thing, but it can also be really bad for you,” she said, so she thought it would be “the perfect title” for the all-encompassing record.
The “Voice” coach did not reveal the release date, but made fun of him saying that his new music will be released “very soon”. He also has a 10-year Las Vegas residency in the works.
Clarkson released a holiday album called “When Christmas Comes Around…” in 2021, while “Chemistry” is her first traditional LP since “Meaning of Life” in 2017.
The 40-year-old “American Idol” graduate got her divorce from her 46-year-old former music manager last year after a legal battle over everything from her ranch in Montana to spousal and child support and custody of her two children: daughter River, 8, and son Remington, 6.
The former couple was married since 2013.
Blackstock also has two children from a previous union: daughter Savannah, 21, and son, Seth, 16.