Kelly Clarkson looked tired as she embarked on Disneyland's Dumbo ride with her two kids in Anaheim, California. It was a fun family outing at the happiest place on earth for The Voice coach on Saturday, November 17. But according to RadarOnline.com sources, Clarkson has a lot on her mind. The singer is in talks to replace disgraced NBC host Megyn Kelly,/ an insider said. Scroll through Radar's gallery for more!
Clarkson, 36, enjoyed her mommy day at the amusement park. She and her two kids, daughter River, 4, and son Remington, 2, enjoyed many of the park's rides, including Dumbo and Thunder Mountain.
The "Since U Been Gone" singer is a big hit on NBC's The Voice, and now, sources say she's talking to the network head honchos about replacing Today's Megyn Kelly, who was fired after a blackface scandal.
An insider told Radar, "NBC execs think it might be the perfect time to give Megyn's Today time slot to Clarkson, who has a huge fan base and is extremely well-liked and relatable." Like many busy moms, the star has battled weight issues.
Megyn, 48, starred on Megyn Kelly Today, but after her defense of blackface and terrible ratings, the network let her go. Clarkson, by contrast, has become an NBC darling.
Unlike with Megyn, a source told Radar, NBC talent and crew "love" Clarkson. "The singer is a huge part of the NBC family. With what they are offering, it would be impossible to say no," to a move to NYC's Today show, said the insider.
Clarkson, who is married to husband Brandon Blackstock and also helps raise his two other kids from a previous relationship, was "approached by NBC, and is willing to take on any job thrown her way," the insider told Radar.
Fans of Clarkson love the first American Idol winner's candor. In 2015, she admitted to Redbook, "There are just some people who are born skinny and with a great metabolism – that is not me."
The TV star has been juggling work with raising her two young kids by Blackstock. And although Clarkson looked exhausted at Disneyland, it was clear she couldn't be happier on the day with her children. Will they soon be visiting New York attractions?
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