Kelly Clarkson: 'I don't have to work, but it's important for my girls to see that I am achieving'
Songstress Kelly Clarkson has revealed that she often contemplates disappearing from the spotlight.
She told Good Housekeeping that she sometimes feels guilty for how much time her career takes and that it means she has to travel a lot:
"I'm always going to be a singer, but the level I'm at… I have constant guilt. I don't have to work; I think it's because I have that option that I feel the guilt. But it's important for my girls (female fans), especially, to see me as a woman accomplishing all these things while nailing it as a mom. I always come back to that."
Referring to her struggles with fame, the "Piece By Piece" sensation, who now has two young children, added: "I was in a very dark place for a long time. It's just so hard to have normalcy. I love to sing, and I love to talk to people at meet-and-greets. It's just all the crap that comes along with this job... I don't love travelling, because I'm never home. It's hard when you have a family."
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