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Kelly Clarkson Quotes

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Kelly Clarkson quotes: about being yourself, making a lot of money, being fresh outta f*cks, and more.

“Gotta take a risk, take a chance, make a change, and break away.”

“If you’re always limiting yourself to your own front porch, you’ll never truly get to see the rest of the world around you.”

“Confidence is seen, not heard.”

“Life’s too short to be a pushover.”

“Never take advice from someone you wouldn’t trade places with.”

“You need to be happy with who you are and, whoever that is, let your little light shine.”

“Honestly, I just think we all have special gifts, everyone.  You know, obviously, some are more noticeable than others and that’s why there’s the limelight.  Everybody’s in it.”

“Be the best versions of ourselves and live the awesome lives we’ve always dreamed about.”

“Everything changes, but beauty remains.”

“Everyone is different: different shapes, sizes, colors, beliefs, personalities, and you have to celebrate those differences.”

“It’s ignorant to think you know everything about a person.  There’s many different sides to everybody’s personality and there’s just different colors to a personality.”

“People like us, we gotta stick together.  Keep your head up, nothing lasts forever.”

“Pick the weeds and keep the flowers.”

God will never give you anything you can’t handle, so don’t stress.”

“I go to bed every night and the list of what I’ve accomplished is astounding.”

“My experiences remind me that it’s those black clouds that make the blue skies even more beautiful.”

“I’m actually not a big fan of the word hope.  I think it’s a depressing word.  I don’t want to hope – I want to know.  Like I don’t hope there’s a God, I know there’s a God.”

“I feel like you can be the best role model by being yourself.”

“I never said I was a ‘good girl.’  I’m not a bad girl.  I’m just normal, and that’s what I’m going to be.  There’s no bad girl with whips and chains that’s going to come out.  I think people like me because I was myself.”

“I’ve just never cared what people think.  It’s more if I’m happy and I’m confident and feeling good, that’s always been my thing.”

“There is no greater feeling than hanging out with my dogs, or just walking around the land with our horses.  My rescue ranch is where I feel the most at peace and where I’m reminded of the simple things in life and let the chaos of my crazy work life fade away.”

“I sing songs that I have lived or I write them because I have lived them.  I think the believability factor is key.”

“In fairness to everybody who I’ve worked with in the past, if you would have given me these same songs at the age of 19 or 20, it wouldn’t have sounded like this.  You have to live and have experiences in order to have what comes with a lot of these songs – you can’t just not have had circumstances where you’ve had to be bold and confident.  You have to have that in life in order to sing it.”

“My winning is getting to perform.  That’s my victory.”

“The question I love to get asked is: ‘What’s the hardest part of your job?’  And literally, the answer is probably real sad, but it’s to just be me.  Like, it’s really hard, because I think people, you know, have a set idea of what a pop star should be.”

“I don’t want to hide the fact that I am a successful, strong-minded, opinionated person.  Sometimes I get it wrong, but I learn – I have a voice.”

“My friends and family are my support system.  They tell me what I need to hear, not what I want to hear, and they are there for me in the good and bad times.  Without them I have no idea where I would be and I know that their love for me is what’s keeping my head above the water.”

“I sound like such a tool, but becoming a mother has made me next-level confident.  I’ve never felt more empowered.”

“Even before Idol, when I lived out in L.A. and I turned things down that possibly could have ended up making money or having a record deal… even when I was a little kid, I saw enough documentaries or biographies about people that regretted so much in the beginning because they did something they didn’t want to do, and I didn’t want that to be me.  So I think I’m just proud of the fact that [success] hasn’t changed me.”

“I want to be the one steering the boat.  It’s cool if it sinks and it doesn’t work out, but I don’t want it to sink with me relying and thinking somebody else is going to make something happen for me and compromise to a point to where it’s not me.  You only get one life.”

Books have always been important to me – my mom was a first grade teacher, so I grew up reading all the time.”

“[On not caring if people recognize her] I don’t really give a sh*t.  I just want people to know that I did what I loved, and I loved what I did.”

“It’s weird, but I actually came with a brain, not just vocal cords, and it would be silly to not have an opinion.  It would be a disgrace if I didn’t have an opinion.  It would be a cruel irony to all these people who live in different countries who don’t have an opinion, and don’t count, for me not to take full advantage of all the opportunities that are laid before us here in this nation.”

“I feel a certain level of pride that people even feel like my journey is that important in their life.  That’s cool, for someone from Nowhereville.”

“I have a big personality, I’m a grown-ass woman that can pay her bills, and I make a lot of money.  That’s intimidating.”

“I am a whole lot of woman, and it’s okay.  I came with a brain, and I came with drive and passion and sensuality, and these things that are awesome.  If you can’t handle it, that’s totally cool, but you’re not tall enough to ride this ride, so move along.  It’s fine.”

“The fact that I get to do what I love and 14 years in, I’m still doing it – I don’t know how anything could get better.”

“I’ll spread my wings and I’ll learn how to fly.  I’ll do what it takes till I touch the sky.  And I’ll make a wish, take a chance, make a change and break away.”

“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.”

About the author: Cory Johnson likes hip-hop, comedy, cold beer, curvy women and writing. His net worth is $11 million. Here’s how he did it.

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