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"We actually get to hang out here while this is going on," Clarkson explained in a YouTube video shared by her eponymous daytime talk show.
Love seeing glimpses of celebrity homes while everybody is social distancing at home during coronavirus? In a special segment of The Kelly Clarkson Show, the Voice judge and daytime TV host took her viewers behind the scenes of the Montana ranch where she's self-quarantining with her family.
Called "Vintage Valley," Clarkson and her husband Brandon Blackstock purchased the ranch over a year and a half ago.
Explaining why she and her husband decided to buy the ranch, Clarkson said: "Brandon and I love wide open spaces and coming to the ranch because both of us grew up in the country side, one. And two, we literally work almost seven days a week, if not seven days a week. So when we have time off, we really like to check out."
As the video showed the big blue skies and wide-open terrain with horses, a casually dressed and make-up free Clarkson described her love of nature, saying, "it's nice to come out here and just sit by the stream and hear the water flowing and be around all the trees."
Midway through the video tour, the 37-year-old singer shared that even through coronavirus, parenting her kids was still top of mind at the ranch: "There's a fire going right here, we're about to make s'mores with our kids, because mama promised and gotta follow through—consistency!"
Clarkson has two kids with Blackstock: River Rose, 5, and Remington Alexander, 3, and is also step mom to Savannah and Seth, Blackstock's children from a previous marriage .
"It's a really beautiful ranch and it's a nice getaway for our family," said Clarkson as she ended the video tour. "It's something Brandon and I dreamed about since we were both kids. This is what we would call home."
Clarkson also took to Instagram to show more behind-the-scenes moments of life on the Montana ranch:
Clearly, Clarkson has been keeping herself busy and entertained while sequestered away on her Montana ranch. From belting a killer cover of Mariah Carey's "Vanishing" from her bathroom to using her toddler's potty due to plumbing issues to horseback riding lessons, sharing her getaway home with her family is providing no shortage of good times, even under a COVID-19 self-quarantine.
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