this morning (February 29) that it’s sort of a bummer so many people can relate to its sentiment.“Piece By Piece,” the third single off of Clarkson’s 2015 album, chronicles her father’s abandonment, and her subsequent trust issues with men.“I don’t think I understood the gravity of it until being pregnant with River, my first little one,” she said.“I was like, ‘I cannot imagine not seeing this kid to his or her full potential and just seeing what she’s going to do, what she’s going to be like. '” On the upswing, the song ends with Kelly describing what it was like to finally find love, and someone capable of rebuilding her trust in men.I'm not a supporter by any means of Mike Pence, but I did think he handled that well (when he) said, "Hey, that's what freedom sounds like." I'm not a Pence fan, but I'm a fan of that.
The proposal is obviously followed by lots of tears and joy and hugs from everyone, including Kelly herself, who seemed so excited to be a part of something so special.(YES, Malerba and Blake got to group hug and jump up and down with Kelly Clarkson. 'As you can see, Malerba posted the adorable video on Twitter yesterday, and it's already been taking the internet by STORM ever since.Instead, they made the present’s reveal a whole experience.The singer gets more and more excited as the details of the trip come out.This more universal feeling, she said, is what connected her to fans across her 2015 tour.“I used to be such a Downer Debbie, when people were like ‘Oh, you just have to find the right one,’ and I’d be like ‘Shut up, this doesn’t exist, this fairy tale — good luck,” she noted.And when Kelly Clarkson got a surprise trip for her birthday, she basically lost her mind in the most relatable and charming way ever.