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Adele Told Kelly Clarkson To Hold Off On Having A Baby! Find Out Why HERE!!

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adele tells kelly clarkson to not have a baby

It sounds like Kelly Clarkson is ready to have a baby!!

In a recent interview, the Stronger singer opened up her desires about joining the mommy club and having a baby of her own, but apparently she had a voice in her ear telling her to reconsider!

And not just any voice. Adele's amazingly angelic voice!

Kelly says she met up with the British diva at the Grammys, and she had some VERY interesting advice when it came to parenthood:

"'Girl, don't have a baby ’cause everything else will go on the back burner. I'm living in baby land!'"

What's wrong with living in baby land? That sounds pretty awesome if you ask us! LOLz!

Luckily, Kelly didn't really seem to take the advice to heart, and it sounds like she's not planning on waiting much longer to get a bun in her oven:

"My eggs aren't getting young!"

Ha! So hilarious, yet SOO true!

We have to admit, we're a little surprised to hear Adele give such advice, especially with her cutie pie Angelo now in her life!

We say go for it, Kelly!

[Image via Ivan Nikolov/Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.]

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11 comments to “Adele Told Kelly Clarkson To Hold Off On Having A Baby! Find Out Why HERE!!”

  1. UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHh says – reply to this


    Ugh. Shut the fuck up about a baby. I am SO sick of women thinking that that's all they need to make their life complete or need a baby to validate themselves and their relationship. You can do more than open your legs and pop out a kid. Be together for a while and learn to be a family unit. Travel and become worldly. Read books. Do extensive charity. Become friends with veterans. Do fucking something that some women dream of doing before doing what millions of women think is their only destiny. This isn't 1945. "Married, married, wedding! Baby, baby, babies!" There's more to being a woman than that. Aspire to something more, you dumb bitch.

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    Re: UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHh – I agree. (except for the dumb bitch part)

  3. UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH says – reply to this


    Re: rosebud99 – Didn't mean to be "mean." I just meant women are SO belittled in the first place, with chicks like Miley and Katy and Taylor just running around being crazy, doting on men, and thinking of everything as a fairy tale. Kelly Clarkson is one of the rare talents that has come out that shows women don't have to do any of that to be talented or successful. But then she has to ruin all of that to say "I'm getting married, my man, hitched, wedding, now I need a child in my womb now." and spew the same thing over and over, making her music irrelevant. Come on. Don't degrade yourself to say your only goal is to be a wife and mother. It makes me angry, because there are women who can only be someone's bitch and mother, and she has the world on a string, and just put women back 60 years. Be more. Do more. Redefine woman if you have the power to. It frustrates me, hence the "bitch" comment. I apologize. It's the anger that overrode the idealism. Did't mean to offend.

  4. Hannie says – reply to this


    Re: UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH – That's the beauty of the freedom that is now available to women, though. If a woman wants to aspire to be a mother, there's nothing wrong with that. You're doing to Kelly Clarkson what society once did to women. Just because she has talent doesn't mean she has to make that her life. That goes both ways. Women have the parts to make babies, but that doesn't imply that that's what they HAVE to do. Freedom to choose between creating a family and creating a career is the right that every woman has and it's a beautiful thing.

  5. UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH says – reply to this


    Re: Hannie – Yes, that's true. Some women, my mother included, just happen to love children and want them from the bottom of their heart. Nothing is wrong with that. Nothing is wrong with having a career, either. But for her, someone who MILLIONS of little girls look up to- millions of women look up to… they're gonna see her being this world star of a woman with talent, but then see how she disregards this for kids. How excited she gets to be married. Again, nothing is wrong with that, but to praise those as accomplishments that trump everything she is able to do is really sad. Whatever a woman wants to do that truly and utterly makes her happy is all that matters except when you point out that what most women want is all they're told that they're able to live up to / or all that they are needed for, you're just going to get a generation of women whose greatest dream will be to have a man and have a child. I understand it's what make humanity going, but women are meant for more. That's my sole point. When you are in the position Kelly is in, point out or make attention known to you accolades. A family is almost inevitable to a women. Success and being equal is not. Women are wonders. We just need to stop complying to being wonders that only want to have babies.

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    Re: UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHh – "Travel and become worldly. Read books. Do extensive charity. Become friends with veterans." now im not sure about the books & veterans part..but the rest? im pretty sure Kelly has had that covered for a while now. maybe now shes at a point where she wants to start a family. nothing wrong with that.

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    Re: UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH – You feel very strongly about this! And very articulate about it too. I agree, Kelly is a rare talent, and should not feel pressured into bearing children. It is not for everyone. But for many women, there is a primal pull to have a child, and I respect that too. Personally, I never really wanted children but felt very pressured into having one. I did have a child, despite my use of a diaphram. And of course once you have a child it does take over your life and you love them and can't imagine life without them. (unless you are Kim or Beyonce and can afford to have nannies raise it for you) Unfortunately, image is very important to celebrities, and for a woman to admit that she doesn't want a child makes her a pariah. Something unnatural and abhorrent. So I doubt any celeb will ever admit that. We still have a long way to go.

  8. UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHh says – reply to this


    Re: rosebud99Re: xoxo_anonymous – All of this is true. Honestly, I have nothing but respect for everyone's comments here. I think we're all right. While she has been an immaculate talent and has done charitable events and whatnot, she may just really be tired of all of that and just want to settle down. On the other hand, she can still do a lot more towards women in regards to no seeming as if her whole career has led up to the grand finale of having a child (which is what most women are pressured to and unfortunately, have become all of women's stereotypical endgame) and could tone it back, at least in the media, so woman can aspire to her accomplishments instead of her want for a child, because we are SO much more than a vagina and a uterus. I see the sides to everyone's point of view. This is probably the most reasonable conversation ever had on this website. I think in all of our arguments and agreements, we have the same conclusion: women are lovely. And we just want the best for them in general. Cheers too all of you. Hats off to you. Thank you for an open minded conversation. :)

  9. ohmy says – reply to this


    "What's wrong with living in baby land" You sure as hell don't! You're out every night "pimping" yourself out.

  10. @v@ says – reply to this


    Kelly is 31 years old. Adele had a baby before what, 25? That's what happens.
    Kelly should go for it, and the sooner the better.

  11. @v@ says – reply to this


    Women with millions for good help simply don't HAVE to live in babyland ALL the time.
    Staying in is a choice.