Kelly Clarkson won't browbeat politics on her new talk show
Global music superstar Kelly Clarkson has yet another job: her very own daytime talk show.
"The Kelly Clarkson Show" will feature musicians, actors, newsmakers, and people who are beacons of hope in their communities - and she welcomes any of the presidential candidates.
"I would rather do it with our actions rather than our words like on this show," she said. "And show people that there could be a panel of guests that are very different from different walks of life and it can work."
Kelly Clarkson sings the national anthem before the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 auto race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, May 26, 2019. [Photo: IC]
Clarkson still works as one of the judges on "The Voice," she voiced one of the lead characters' for "Ugly Dolls" which hit theaters earlier this year, and she's also working on new music.
"I like being productive," she said. "It's all here though. Like 'The Voice' set is just next door, then 'The Kelly Clarkson' set, my studio - there's a studio here, there's a studio at my house. So, you know, it's plausible, we can do it."
"The Kelly Clarkson Show" premieres on NBC on Monday.
(Story includes material sourced from AP)