Kelly Clarkson took a break from her role on The Voice to visit Walt Disney World with her two children. The “Since U Been Gone” artist even posted a picture from inside Rise of the Resistance in Hollywood Studios’ Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
Here’s what we know about this artist and the love she shared for these two Walt Disney World theme parks.
Kelly Clarkson is the artist behind songs like ‘Since U Been Gone’ and ‘Because of You’
Clarkson has had a pretty impressive career, releasing songs like “Behind These Hazel Eyes,” “A Moment Like This,” and “Catch My Breath,” earning millions of streams on platforms like Spotify in the process.
As a result, this artist earned recognition from the Radio Disney Awards, snagging the Radio Disney Music Icon Award, as well as the awards for Best Song You’ve Heard a Million Times and Still Love, and Best Song to Sing Hairbrush Karaoke.
In 2021, this artist even shared her love for Disney Parks and Walt Disney World, posting a rare photo of her two children enjoying their time at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
Kelly Clarkson visited Disney World with her children
Outside of her work with The Voice, this artist visited the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando. She even posted a picture with her two children — River Rose Blackstock and Remington Alexander Blackstock.
“We had so much fun at Disney World,” Clarkson captioned her post. “All the rides were amazing, but oh my gosh, y’all, Pandora and the Star Wars rides are where it’s at! Thank you for a magical vacation, Disney
The picture, featuring Clarkson’s children and Star Wars characters from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge lingering in the background, earned over 200 thousand likes from fans. Several other celebrities shared their love in the comments, including Ariana Grande and Shane McAnally.
This trip wouldn’t be the only time that the artist shared her love for Disney and the Disney Parks. In 2004, Clarkson performed “Breakaway” live at the Disney Christmas Parade. In 2021, she performed several hits at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort.
Kelly Clarkson wouldn’t be the only celebrity who shared his love for this theme park
Clarkson recently shared her love for the Disney Parks, but she isn’t the only celebrity that’s also a Disney nerd. Rachel Zegler of Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story often visits Walt Disney World, posing for pictures with characters like Snow White and Kylo Ren.
John Boyega of the Star Wars prequel trilogy posted a video of Cinderella greeting guests to his social media account, sharing his love for the Disney Parks in the process. Even the Jonas Brothers visited Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios to celebrate its official opening date.
Music by Kelly Clarkson is available on most major streaming platforms.