Kelly Clarkson has recently reviled that her and her man Brandon Blackstock are going to be getting married!!
The singer said:
“There’s no rush; we’re not pushing anything. We will totally get married in the future.”
And when the talk of babies cam up she replied:
“[Brandon] already has two awesome kids — an 11-year-old and a seven-year-old.”
She’s not saying nothing yet!!.
In an interview on Ryan Seacrest‘s radio show American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson has said that she and her boyfriend Brandon Blackstock are going to be getting married!
The singer said:
“We met years ago when I was working with Rascal Flatts, and he used to tour manage with him. I didn’t really didn’t know [Brandon] was [my manager's] son and it was kind of weird. I was like ‘dude I gotta know that guy. We were just in a room together, and then he came up and said he was from the same home town as me and I was like, ‘oh we’re so getting married’. I was so that girl. When he became single, I was on the prowl. It’s weird how life kind of puts you in certain situations.”
But you would think that the sing would just want to go off and get married but no as she reviled:
“We’re taking it slow, and we’re enjoying each other. I’m from a family of broken marriages, but we will definitely break that trend one day.”
Ashleigh Butler and her dog Pudsey have won Britain’s Got Talent 2012.
Shes only 17 and from Wellingborough, Northamptonshire and her six-year-old dog narrowly beat Jonathan Antoine and Charlotte Jaconelli to the title after receiving the most votes from the public, leaving Welsh choir Only Boys Allowed in third place.
Ashleight was very emotional and is due to sit her AS Levels next week and now she has to spend £500,000 on what ever she want.
But sadly Essex duo Jonathan, 17, and Charlotte, 16, became runners up as they where the bookies Favorited to win.
They came second in the show and Charlott said:
‘Oh my God, we came second. Its incredible.’
But we know that the both of them will find fame with voices like what they have they just cant go back to the day job now can they?!
They where the judges wild card but they came back for tonight but sadly they dint come 1st in the show.
They also had Garry Barlow supporting them on Twitter.
The four-piece, who sang Sang Usher and David Guetta’s song Without You, had previously narrowly missed out on a place after coming third in the first semi-final last Sunday.
Simon said to them:
‘It was a little bit shaky at the beginning, but I’ll put that down to nerves. Then you hit another gear. You did a great performance.’
Sam Kelly was so amazing tonight we really wanted him to win.
All the judges stood on their feel and clapped like made.
He sang an unknown track Bless The Broken Road by American country group Rascal Flatts.
David commended him for choosing an unknown track:
‘That was your performance ever. With a song most of us don’t know you had us in the palm of your hands.’
Next up was Young Essex singer Molly Rainford, 11, the judges loved her she so sweet and beautiful.
She sang Beyonce version of Ave Maria.
Amanda admitted she was moved to tears:
‘You left me so choked up. You are utterly amazing.
Simon said about the young performer.
‘That is you as a church singer which is what your should be doing. Tonight was 110 per cent. You’ve just thrown a bomb under the whole competition.
London ‘lad band’ Loveable Rogues sang their own song and smashed the performance.
Simon was full of praise when he said they sounded like they had already made it:
‘You’re like someone who’s already made it who comes to perform on the results show. There’s a real market for you and I predict great things for you.’
The ladies where loving Sonny from the boy band all calling hhim a little cutie on Twitter.
Latin American dance duo Kai Widdrington and Natalia Javed had a mixed reception from the judges after their performance to Bruno Mars’ Runaway Baby.
In the VT, Natalia admitted she was concerned about the performance after injuring her calf during rehearsals, leaving her seeing a physiotherapist.
Drawing experience from her three years on the Strictly Come Dancing judging panel, Alesha admitted there were some issues.
‘I have to be honest, but I think it was more disjointed. I think Kai was more ahead than Natali and am not as sure if it was down to the injury.’
David admitted he was a little disappointed with Synchronised swimming group Aquabatique as he said:
‘I loved that girls, I didn’t love it as much as the other night. It didn’t have the coherence as a piece. But I don’t think people appreciate how hard it is to do.’
But the rest of the judges disagreed with the swimmer saying that they like them:
‘David may be a very good swimmer but he doesn’t know about synchronised swimming. I like the fact you’re very patriotic.
I thought it was an amazing amazing routine.’
Irish singer/songwriter Ryan O’Shaughnessy, was up next and also got all the judges on their feet at the end of his performance.
‘That is the most emotional performance we’ve ever seen on Britain’s Got Talent. You so connected with the song you were singing. You were heartbreaking. You’re going to have a big future as a musician.’
Also Welsh choir Only Boys Aloud sang a song called Calon Lân.
Simon said that he was really moved by the boys performance:
This is why I love this show, I got emotional listening to a song and I didn’t understand a word of it. This is the best of the night for me.’
Alesha added: ‘It was a really special moment. I could feel the passion from every single one of you. I felt it from all of you.’
Simon was their biggest cheerleader:
‘I think Pudsey is traning you. One of my favourtie ever acts. You know how much I love dogs. I adore both of you Ashleigh and Pudsey. You’ve got better and better. What you’ve done is such a short time is a miracle.’
‘I can’t believe you’ve come out here and done another new act. The nation has fallen in love with you and Pudsey.’
Its been such a good year of talent we cant wait to see what next year has in its hands.