Singer Kelly Clarkson Undergoes Surgery Hours After Hosting Billboard Music Awards
Singer Kelly Clarkson Underwent Surgery To Remove Appendix Following Billboard Music Awards
- Singer Kelly Clarkson is recovering her health after undergoing surgery to remove her appendix.
- She was rushed to the Cedars-Sinai hospital in LA hours after she hosted the awards show for the second time in a row.
- She confirmed her surgery through a tweet on Thursday.
- She intends to make her comeback in the media soon as she will join The Voice for Monday's live show.
Hours after hosting the Billboards Music Awards, singer Kelly Clarkson was rushed to the hospital to get her appendix removed. Clarkson hosted the award Wednesday night second time in a row before undergoing surgery.
The Because of You singer confirmed the news through a tweet on Thursday, 2nd May where she explained she broke down in tears after the show due to the extreme pain and she immediately flew back to her home on Wednesday night.
She further shared she had surgery after she reached Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, LA on Thursday morning. She wrote: "feeling awesome now!" as she recovers. Here is her tweet:
Not gonna lie.... I may or may not have broken down in tears after the show from pain BUT thanks 2 all the amazing people @ Cedars-Sinai I flew home directly after the event, nailed the surgery early this morning, & feeling awesome now! Bye bye appendix #TheShowMustGoOn https://t.co/eL9HoVlSiM
— Kelly Clarkson (@kelly_clarkson) May 2, 2019
People reported the surgery wasn't the emergency procedure as the singer, 37 had been experiencing acute appendicitis for the last week. Further, Clarkson doesn't intend to remain down for long as she hinted to return to The Voice in just a few days for Monday's live show.
Clarkson recently relocated to Los Angeles with her husband, Brandon Blackstock, 42, and children due to work commitments. The lovebirds share daughter River Rose, 4, and a son Remington Alexander, 3 whom she welcomed in April 2016. Moreover, Blackstock has two children; daughter Savannah, 17, and son, Seth, 12, from his previous marriage.