Kelly Clarkson set the document straight after she was accused of bashing Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce’s relationship. On Thursday, October 19, Clarkson joked concerning the NFL’s protection of the singer’s romance with Cheifs tight finish. She informed her visitor, Saturday Night Live star Bowen Yang, “It’s not hilarious how it is literally taking over the NFL for people that like watching sports now.” “It’s like you’re watching Housewives while you’re watching,” she added. “They’re just talking about gossip things and you’re like, ‘So, what about the play?’”
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However, on Saturday, October 21, the ‘Piece by Piece’ singer defended herself on social media, claiming that she is “pro romance,” and didn’t mean to “bash” their relationship. Clarkson shared a post on her Instagram and X, formerly Twitter account that said, “Just a quick public service announcement everybody since this seems to be breaking news… Do not fall prey to clickbait, trash reporters twisting the facts again. I did not bash anyone’s romance. I’m professional romance. Yay romance.”
The 41-year-old singer added, “Did y’all even watch what I actually said on my show? I just said I want to watch football when I tune in to watch football. Seems an appropriate request. Okay, carry on, and GO COWBOYS!” The put up rapidly gained the web’s consideration and has garnered 104K likes thus far. Fans swarmed the remark part, extending help to her. One wrote, “Agreed! A big Taylor swift fan, but it should not be focused on her, it should be focused on football!! It makes sense if they show her once or twice on camera since she’s one of the most famous people in the world, however it should not be FOCUSED on her.”
Another fan identified, “You only said what everyone (or most) are thinking. Happy for them if they are happy but when watching football — I want to focus on the game and not celebrity sightings. He also has made a statement that people are making a bigger deal of them two then needs to be.” One extra famous, “Amen, go chiefs! We love our Travis but the hoo haw about his possible love life is ridiculous. We want to watch the game.”
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