Father: Her dad’s name is Stephen Michael. The man used to work as an engineer. Kelly has also a stepfather named Jimmy Taylor.
Mother: Her mom’s name is Jeanne Rose. As a young woman, she taught children at school. Jeanne and Stephen got separated when Kelly was small. Her mother settled down together with Kelly in Burleson. Meanwhile, the boy stayed with their father and sister moved to her aunts’ home.
Siblings: Kelly has one elder brother and sisters whose names areJason and Alyssa. There are also a couple of junior half-brothers from the paternal side.
Husbands and kids: In fall 2013, the woman got married to Brandon Blackstock after their long-term relationships. She has a daughter named RiverRose and a son Remington Alexander. Both of them are from Brandon. Now she has got divorced with him.
Sexual orientation: straight.
Before marriage with Brandon, the talented singer had encounters withRyan Key, Justin Guarini, and Graham Colton.
Her current net worth is estimated at $30 million.
Place of living: The woman resides in her mansion in Texas.
Cars: Nothing is known of her car collection.
What was her dream?
As a graduate, Kelly was keen on becoming a singer. She settled down in Los Angeles to follow her cherished dream. At school, she was a part of the local choir. Teachers appreciated her flair for singing. It is of interest to note that Kelly has not taken professional vocal training ever.
What is about her accolades?
Her collection of accomplishments can’t but amaze anyone. The brightest of them are three Grammy Awards, twelve Billboard Music Awards, four American Music Awards, three MTV Video Music Awards, and two Academy of Country Music Awards. In 2012, she was included in the top 100 Greatest Women in Music.
What is her first single?
The debut single saw the light of day back in 2012. This was “A Moment Like This” that became the hit in the eyes of young people right away. Nearly 250,000 copies were sold in the first week.
What is about her charity activity?
She is a philanthropist contributing immensely to various charity projects, including those for constructing orphanages in South America and for helping people with serious diseases.