Kelly Clarkson didn't really look like herself when she stepped out for the first time since a judge ordered the country singer to shell out $200,000 per month to her ex Brandon Blackstock in their ongoing divorce battle.
The 39-year-old superstar was photographed looking glum -- and a bit agitated -- while heading back to work.
Clarkson was seen fresh-faced walking into the Los Angeles studio on Wednesday, just one day after she was handed down the devastating blow to her bank account.
Wearing a pair of black tights, The Voice judge slipped on an oversized hoodie and attempted to breeze past nearby shutterbugs.
Holding a water bottle in one hand and a nylon bag in the other, Clarkson clung to her cell phone while proving she's always multitasking -- especially after taking an L in her divorce war.
The daily talk show host wore zero makeup and threw her hair in a messy bun.
She rocked a pair of aviator sunglasses to shield herself from paparazzi who were hungry for the first photos since her ex's massive win.
As Radar reported, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ordered Clarkson to pay Blackstock a whopping $200,000 per month in spousal and child support.
The former couple shares two minor children that Clarkson is now on the hook for to the tune of $45,601 every month.
Blackstock will also receive $150,000 per month from Kelly for spousal support.
She is also required to pay $1.25 million to cover his legal fees.
This will go to help support his lifestyle as a ranch hand after leaving the entertainment industry.
According to documents obtained by Radar, Blackstock informed the judge he no longer makes the big bucks as he used to when managing Clarkson and fellow country singer Blake Shelton.
That's because he now works full-time on their ranch in Montana.
Blackstock can now go back to the good life with $200,00 of Clarkson's money every month; however, he actually wanted more from his ex.
He originally asked for $436,000 a month in support -- which he broke down as $301,000 for spousal and $135,000 for the kids.
Fun fact -- the judge based the decision off of Clarkson's monthly income, which is $1.5 million.