Why Kelly Clarkson Will 'Never' Get Pregnant Again

The singer opened up about why she never wants to get pregnant again, and the drastic measure she took to ensure it won't happen—can you relate?

Kelly Clarkson is not a fan of being pregnant and she's not afraid to admit it. Kelly, who has two children, admitted that both she and her husband, Brandon Blackstock, have been "fixed" to ensure they won't conceive again. 

Kelly appeared on Inside Circle With Jenny McCarthy on Sirius XM to discuss her new children's book, but she ended up spilling details of her personal life as well. For one thing, she admitted that she asked her husband to get a vasectomy while she was pregnant with their second child, and she also had her tubes tied. "If something happens it is a miracle of God," she said. "I literally told my OB/GYN on the table 'if I get pregnant again I will find you.'" 

“It’s horrible," the singer said of pregnancy. "Nothing is beautiful, nothing is magical. Whatever, you’re that person that gets that pregnancy, good for you. I will remind my children every day of their lives what I did.”

Every woman experiences something different during pregnancy. Kelly has been incredibly forthcoming about the difficulties she experienced through both of hers: "I'm familiar with all-day sickness," she says. "I have to get IVs and fluids because I get so dehydrated. It's bad," the OG American Idol said during her second pregnancy.

Her first pregnancy wasn't exactly a walk in the park either: "I vomit a good dozen times a day. It's bad. I vomited before coming out here," she said during a 2013 appearance on The Ellen Degeneres Show. 

Almost all mothers will tell you that even the worst pregnancy symptoms pale in comparison to the joy you feel when you welcome your baby—but we can really see Kelly's point here. Can you relate to what she's saying?  Many women may breeze through pregnancy, while others are uncomfortable, sick and exhausted throughout. We have to hand it to Kelly: She dared to get real about what the experience was really like for her, and that's important.