KELLY USING HYPNOSIS TO ERASE DIVORCE PAIN
Globe|August 30, 2021
Paying baby dad $190G a month

SHATTERED songbird Kelly Clarkson is seeing a hypnotist to try to beat the mental misery caused by her ugly divorce, insiders say.

The 39-year-old TV talk show host, who also works as a judge on The Voice, has been in free fall since splitting with hated ex Brandon Blackstock, 44, spies dish. Now insiders say her funk’s gotten even worse after a court-ordered Kelly to fork over nearly $200,000 in spousal and child support every four weeks — which is about 10 percent of her monthly gross income!

“She’s got so many great things happening in her career but she can’t enjoy anything because she’s so consumed by her battle with Brandon,” tattles a spy.

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