Kelly Clarkson may just be the busiest mom in show business!
The 36-year-old singer just scored her own daytime talk show— but she will still keep her gig on NBC's The Voice next year, a source exclusively confirmed to RadarOnline.com.
The new NBC TV show, which will replace Steve Harvey’s Steve in fall 2019, “will have zero impact on her judging The Voice next season," the source assured.
“Since she joined The Voice, the ratings have gone up and everyone at the network just loves her."
The mom of two, 36, will appear alongside judges Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and John Legend, who is replacing Jennifer Hudson, for season 16 of The Voice, which begins production in the spring, the source revealed.
Clarkson’s new talk show, however, won’t be debuting until later that year, which means that she will be able to successfully juggle both gigs.
But how will it affect the pop icon’s marriage to hubby Brandon Blackstock?
“Kelly is such a devoted and hands-on mom, and she would never let anything come in between her and her kids,” the source added. “She is confident that she can do it all and the network is confident in her abilities.”
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