The “Invincible” singer joked in a pre-recorded interview that aired on CBS This Morning on Wednesday, “I’m familiar with all-day sickness.” The Grammy winner went on to say that she and her husband, Brandon Blackstock, are expecting their second child “I get so dehydrated that I need IVs and fluids. It’s terrible.”
Kelly went through a similar situation with her first pregnancy.
“I throw up about 12 times every day. It’s really awful. I vomited before entering this room “the American Idol winner revealed in December 2013 on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. “I’m not joking at all. It’s awful. It’s awful.
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It’s really gross. You are not attractive when you are pregnant, which is another problem. Everyone compliments you on how you look, how beautiful your hair and nails are, and how radiant you are.
That is utter garbage. My hair still falls out and isn’t luscious and attractive, and I don’t have a shine. Unless it’s something like a leftover vomit remnant. It is awful.”
On Wednesday, she used Twitter to thank her loved ones for their support throughout her difficulties. A son is now on the way for Kelly, who had a daughter River Rose Blackstock 17 months ago.
In August, she made the announcement live before calling off the rest of her tour. She revealed this while sobbing as she sang “Piece by Piece,” a song about her connection (or lack thereof) with her father.
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She said to Gayle King on Wednesday that she was crying uncontrollably and couldn’t get through it. “These individuals are going to assume I’m on drugs, I reasoned. I’m about to have a pregnancy-like meltdown. I need to explain. Then it simply emerged.”
Kelly still gets teary-eyed when she listens to “Piece by Piece” now. She admitted that recording the album’s lead single was difficult for her. “In the sense of, “Yes, I got help and someone helped put me back together,” it was a pretty open song.
Many people, in my opinion, see that as a sign of weakness, but I believe that having faith in others is a virtue.”
The wife claimed that her spouse is “very different from how my father was.” She began by explaining: “He had shown up. He succeeds simply by existing.”
Kelly was better prepared for life in the spotlight thanks to her father’s absence. She said, “Once your dad effectively says, “You’re unwanted,” you can say anything and it won’t affect me.
In remarks made regarding her weight, she stated: “Sitting in front of a computer, I believe it to be a cheap shot. In response to someone saying, “Oh, you shouldn’t be eating that,” I will consume it five times in front of your eyes.”
The singer of “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” admitted that, despite the fact that many of her songs are about empowerment, “I make my recordings because they’re therapeutic for me.”