One would have hoped that Kelly Clarkson’s divorce drama would be over after that Brandon Blackstock has moved away from her ranch in Montana and in his new bachelor pad. While the Montana property was just one of many issues the couple has feuded over in the two years since the singer filed for divorce in June 2020, it has often seemed to be the biggest bone of contention. Unfortunately, despite her, the legal battles are not over yet Divorce will be finalized in Marchand the former couple’s ongoing struggles have now even forced the presiding judge to delay his resignation.
Judge Scott Gordon, the private judge installed last year to help Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock solve their case, is set to resign at the end of June, according to reports Daily Mail. However, he has now been asked to delay his retirement due to unresolved disputes between the ex-spouses. The media site reports:
A few details were agreed american idol winner and Reba McEntire’s stepson reached an agreement in March. The couple’s property, including not only the ranch but also livestock, guns, and several vehicles (including a Ford fire truck), was divided between them, as was financial provisions. Kelly Clarkson agreed to pay her ex-husband a one-time payment of $1.3 million, $115,000 a month in spousal support and $45,000 in child support.
It is not known what issues still need to be worked out, however Difficult reported they are back in court this month to resolve another undisclosed dispute, which resulted in Scott Gordon having to extend his term as judge until the end of July. Let’s all hope the judge didn’t have extremely timely retirement plans by the middle of this month.
This isn’t the first legal battle for the talk show host-turned-music executive-turned-rancher since their settlement in March. Brandon Blackstock was allowed to stay at Kelly Clarkson’s ranch in Montana until June 1 of this year, and in the weeks leading up to his move he filed papers with the court to claim his ex-wife Turn off the property’s 13 security cameras while he was still there and demonstrate how that was accomplished.
As the former Voice Coach takes the summer off Brandon Blackstock has moved to his new home in Butte, Montana, to spend time with her children. His new bachelor pad is a 4,800-square-foot, 4-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home listed for $1.8 million with a chef’s kitchen with butler’s pantry and wine refrigerator, an outdoor kitchen, a steam room, three fountains, a shop and a barn complete with an attic, a greenhouse and a three car garage.
Hopefully, any issues he and Kelly Clarkson have yet to resolve can be resolved quickly and easily, not only for the couple who have struggled with this for the past two years, but for Scott Gordon so the judge can begin his to enjoy retirement!
While we won’t see Kelly Clarkson to the coming season of The voiceYour fans will be able to see you completely revised talk show if The Kelly Clarkson Show takes over the time slot vacated by Ellen DeGeneres. And who knows? Maybe a return to The voice might come sooner than we thought? Stay up to date on what premieres are coming soon by checking out ours TV program 2022.