The “Since U Been Gone” singer, 38, filed for divorce from Blackstock in June 2020 after roughly seven years of marriage, citing “irreconcilable variations.” The previous couple shares two youngsters collectively.
Now, in a brand new interview with Leisure Tonight, Clarkson famous that songwriting has been an outlet for her in mild of the cut up and revealed that she has written “like 60 songs” within the course of.
“I’ve written like 60 songs,” Clarkson instructed the outlet. “It’s an insane quantity of getting it out.”
“I believe that is a blessing in itself,” she continued, noting that “it is such an superior factor to have that outlet, no matter whether or not folks hear it or not.”
Clarkson then revealed that she is engaged on a brand new document, although she expressed uncertainty of which songs will see the sunshine of day.
“I’ve this document that we’re engaged on,” she revealed. “It is actually nice and actually trustworthy. There’s simply plenty of questions that I’ve to reply earlier than releasing it for myself, you already know? Whether or not that be businesswise or personally.”
“No matter occurs although, it’s such a present. I do not understand how anyone, I am going to simply be actual with you, goes by means of grief like divorce, any type of grief, any type of loss, with out having an outlet like this.”
The discuss present host additionally mirrored on how a lot of her private life she needs to share with the general public.
“I hate that I needed to undergo [the] ‘Due to You’ or ‘Piece by Piece’ [phase],” she defined. “Sure songs that I’ve written definitely have formed me, however have been actually laborious.”
“They’re simply troublesome selections to place these out as a result of they’re so private,” she continued. “However the different aspect is like, ‘Man, how many individuals have come as much as me?’ [Saying things] like, ‘You don’t have any thought. I by no means needed to speak about it. I by no means have instructed anybody this.'”
“Music has that [healing] manner, even for me. I hearken to different artists and music as a manner of ‘therapeutic you.'”