Kelly Clarkson Spills the Dirt on Her Baby Boy’s Name


Kelly Clarkson has been in a whirlwind since her emotional performance of “Piece by Piece” on American Idol. The single skyrocketed to #1 on iTunes, she’s opened up about some beef with Dr. Luke and she became the first American Idol to achieve 100 #1’s on Billboard. On top of all of that, she’s just weeks away from giving birth to her second child with hubby Brandon Blackstock.

Yesterday, the singer chatted with Valentine in the Morning, opening up about her difficult pregnancy (edema and puking), the prospect of having more kids (hell no) and her soon-to-be son’s name. While she wouldn’t share the name, she told the radio show that like her daughter, River Rose, her son would have a name that started with the letter “R”.

The DJ’s guessed Ryan (nope), Ramone (laughable) and Ryder, which Clarkson admitted was ALMOST his middle name. Maybe she’ll name him Rebo after her own idol Reba, or maybe she’ll stick with the nature theme and call him Rock.

Either way, with only weeks until little R is here, we can’t wait to meet him!



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