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Kelly Clarkson has filed to legally change her name to Kelly Brianne.

The 39-year-old singer is ready for a fresh start amid her divorce from Brandon Blackstock and submitted court papers earlier this week in which she expressed “a desire” to use her first and middle names.

She explained, “My new name more fully reflects who I am.”

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A hearing on the petition has been set for March 28.

It’s unclear if Kelly is keen on using the name she wants professionally, and as such, whether her TV program, “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” should also have a name change.

Meanwhile, the ‘Since U Been Gone’ singer – who has River, seven, and Remington, five, with Brandon – is currently quarantining at home, and she admitted being housebound with her children had left it “broken”.

Calling on her talk show, she told guest host Taraji P. Henson, Kelly said: “Sometimes women don’t get up. Sometimes we fall. I thought we were done with setting up. quarantine, and I’m so tired.

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“I broke a fingernail. I’m so broke. This is me broke. My almond milk just expired. America, this is what I look like. You’re welcome.”

Kelly did not elaborate on why she is currently in quarantine, but did reveal that she has no symptoms of COVID-19.

She said, “I’m not even sick. It’s so weird. Anyway, we’re keeping it safe.”

Kelly also revealed how she is trying to keep her kids entertained during quarantine.

The ‘Behind These Hazel Eyes’ hitmaker admitted to watching and re-watching ‘Encanto’.

She joked, “When I watch one movie with my kids, it’s like watching three movies.

“We watch ‘Encanto’ and then you listen to my son who always leaves in the middle of the movie and just starts singing the soundtrack, and then you have River who literally just, right after the line is said, she repeats just like her memorize dialogue for a play.”