Kelly Clarkson loves taking care of her fiance Brandon Blackstock's two children from his previous marriage and is looking forward to officially becoming their stepmother but admits she can be strict.
Kelly Clarkson is excited to officially become a stepmother.
The 'Stronger' hitmaker, who is set to marry her fiance Brandon Blackstock at the end of October in Nashville, Tennessee, really enjoys looking after his two children from a previous marriage but admits she can be strict.
The 31-year-old singer said: ''I have a 12-year-old and a 6-year-old now ... after being single for six years! We all live together and everything ... it's so different, but it's perfect.
''They're awesome and I actually really dig the mom thing ... I am quick to go, 'I told you not to touch that!'... I am totally my mom. My mom was a hard mom.''
Meanwhile, Kelly is too busy touring with Maroon 5 and preparing her new album to enjoy the final stages of planning her wedding.
She told Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS-FM radio show: ''It's two months away. It's end of October. I'm so over it. It's so overwhelming. We're just doing a lot: touring and the wedding and the Christmas album, so I'm over the wedding part.''
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