KELLY DIVORCE SPARKS DEPRESSION DANGER!
Globe|July 20, 2020
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TROUBLED Kelly Clarkson’s sudden meltdown on her TV talk show — and shocking confession she’s plunged into a dark pit with her divorce from hubby Brandon Blackstock — has a mental health expert urging the star to seek help!

On the June 24 episode of her NBC gabfest, the 38-year-old Kelly blurted, “I suffer from depression” after singer Demi Lovato, 27, detailed her struggles with emotional problems.

Clarkson praised the Heart Attack singer, saying, “Thanks for just being open because I felt like this was just me and, like, knowing that somebody else is going through it makes you not feel alone and so depressed about it.”

The mother of Blackstock’s daughter River Rose, 6, and son Remington Alexander, 4, and stepmom of his kids Savannah, 18, and Seth, 13, filed to divorce her 43-year-old manager in early June after nearly seven years of marriage.

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