Kelly: I want to have a girl

By Kirstin Buick
21 November 2013

Kelly Clarkson, who announced her pregnancy on Twitter on Tuesday, is hoping her first child will be a girl.

Kelly Clarkson is hoping her first child will be a girl.

The former American Idol winner, who announced her pregnancy on Twitter on Tuesday, a month after tying the knot with music manager Brandon Blackstock, says she wants to have a little “Miss Independent”.

Before the news broke, she told celebrity website Parade, "I'm totally gonna have a girl. I'm manifesting it! And when I have a girl, you're gonna be, like, 'That chick knew it!' "

Despite relishing in her role of stepmother to Brandon's children, Savannah (11) and Seth (7), her own parents split when she was just five and the 31-year-old star admits she had her doubts when it came to her own parenting plans.

She said, "I didn't really grow up in a family environment. So I didn't understand it or know if I could do that properly."

But she says her husband has been her role model, "[Watching Brandon with the kids] is the sexiest thing ever! He's a great dad. It's such a turn-on!"

The Stronger singer tweeted on Tuesday, "I'm pregnant!!! Brandon and I are so excited! Best early Christmas present ever :)"

She recently admitted she and Brandon wanted a baby as soon as possible, after marrying on 20 October in Tennessee.

Kelly said, "We're trying, trying, trying . . . like rabbits! I want a little baby with little feet and I just want to bite them."

"They're so great. I never wanted kids before, but now I want, like, five."

-Bang Showbiz

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