Kelly Clarkson is officially a single lady after the judge in her divorce from "ranch hand" Brandon Blackstock signed off on the ex's status change.
Clarkson's not just legally single. The judge also determined when their marriage will be terminated, but it won't be until next year.
According to documents obtained by Us Weekly, their “marital or domestic partnership status” will end on January 7, 2022.
Clarkson, 39, filed for divorce from the music manager-turned-ranch-hand in June 2020. They spent the last year and some change fighting over assets and their multimillion prenup.
The Since U Been Gone hitmaker scored a victory when the judge recently sided with her over the prenup.
Her ex wanted it thrown out in the divorce, but his request was denied. Instead, the judge ruled the contested premarital agreement would stay in place — a major win for Clarkson.
The Voice judge gets to keep everything she earned during their 7-year marriage, but is on the hook for child and spousal support.
Blackstock — who left the music industry and was fired by his client Blake Shelton — is collecting a whopping $200,000 from his famous ex.
The breakdown goes like this: $150,000 in spousal support and $45,601 in child support. Clarkson is also paying for their two children's pricey education. The judge ordered her to pay 70% of the tuition and other costs associated with their children's private school.
Clarkson and Blackstock are still fighting over their Montana properties, including the one he currently lives on as a "full-time ranch hand."
The singer rushed to court, asking the judge to make it clear that she's the sole owner of three — not one — homes in Montana.
Those aren't the only properties Clarkson has.
The performer just unloaded her 8-bedroom, 10-bathroom home in Encino, CA — but she took a loss.
The beautiful 10,000 square-foot property sold for $8,240,000 — $2,000 less than asking price. But don't feel sorry for Clarkson because she pulls in $1.5 million per month!