Well this is scary!
Linds was also heard shouting to her 23-year-old beau:
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Kelly Clarkson has given birth to her second child with husband Brandon Blackstock. The American Idol alum first confirmed she was expecting back in August, after she broke down in tears onstage during one of her concerts!
On Thursday, the Heartbeat Song singer took to Twitter to announce that her bundle of joy had arrived and even revealed the little one's name! Don't you feel lucky??
Still got the blues about American Idol being officially over?
We've got just the cure!
The singing competition show went out with a bang last night — and although Kelly Clarkson couldn't be at the live event because she is about to give birth to her second child, she still performed a medley of her classic hits PLUS an acoustic version of A Moment Like This.
All the feels!!!
But the real cuteness came after the show when Miz Clarkson's baby girl River Rose adorably said farewell to the FOX series responsible for her momma's career.
In a video posted on Twitter, the 21-month-old waves to the camera as she says goodbye.
Ch-ch-check out the sweetness from the big-sis-to-be (below)!
You knew American Idol was going to go out with a bang! And it turns out, it's a gang bang!
Former contestants Jennifer Hudson, Carrie Underwood, Kellie Pickler, Ruben Studdard, Scotty McCreery, Josh Gracin, Lauren Alaina, Bucky Covington, Danny Gokey, and Clay Aiken, all took the stage to say goodbye!
Unfortunately, Kelly Clarkson couldn't be at the live event because she is about to give birth to her second child! However, she was able to do a taped segment (above) where she performed a medley of her classic hits!
Overall, the night celebrated Idol's legacy as one of the best competition shows in the history of television! It will truly be missed!
To watch ALL of the performances, ch-ch-check them out (below)
The hit singing competition show is about to come to an end Thursday night after 15 seasons. Following last night's penultimate episode that announced Dalton Rapattoni was being cut, the winner will either be Trent Harmon or La'Porsha Renae.
While we love both Trent and La'Porsha, Kelly — the original Idol winner — has taken to Twitter to publicly pick sides and give some support to her favorite contestant.
The Since U Been Gone singer tweeted:
That's because in addition to the news that Kelly Clarkson, Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, and Randy Jackson will be stopping by to say goodbye to iconic reality show, original co-host Brian Dunkleman and She Bangs singer William Hung will also be making farewell appearances!
We wonder if Ryan Seacrest is going to be jealous he has to share the spotlight again? LOLz!!!
Oh — and in case you still cared, the final three contestants vying for the crown are La'Porsha Renae, Dalton Rapattoni, and Trent Harmon.
Make sure to catch American Idol say goodbye to 15 seasons this Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday night on FOX!
On Monday, the 46-year-old took to Facebook to answer a few questions about Idol and teased a new single that she'll be performing DURING Thursday's finale!
The track is titled Ain't Your Mama and if the rest of the song is as good as the snippet the hitmaker teased, it's gonna be HOT!
Not only will J.Lo perform the new track live on Thursday night, but the song will be made available on iTunes following her performance. Oh, and if you need ANOTHER reason to tune in to the finale, Carrie Underwood AND Kelly Clarkson are also performing!
Ch-ch-check out Jennifer's tease of her brand new single Ain't Your Mama (below) and let us know if you're excited for some new music from Lopez!
Zendaya may have teamed up on an empowerment anthem with Michelle Obama, Kelly Clarkson, Missy Elliott, and more female stars, but just singing on This Is For My Girls wasn't enough for the performer — because now she's taking the next step!
Zendaya is helping to launch America Online's MAKERS STORIES app — a tech initiative giving 50 women a chance to be in the star-studded music video for the song!
The app, which is linked with Michelle Obama's Let Girls Learn initiative, is calling women from across the globe to submit clips — fifty of which will be chosen to appear in the video along side the First Lady and music superstars!
Zendaya sounded VERY excited about the app's launch and the entire This Is For My Girls initiative, saying in her own MAKERS STORIES clip (below):