Kelly Clarkson and Christina Aguilera say daughters shush their singing. 'People pay for this'
Singing superstars Kelly Clarkson and Christina Aguilera lamented that it's hard to manage the working mom routine.
You'd think their children might appreciate a free concert that others pay hundreds for as the moms sing them a song before bed. But nope.
On new NBC show "The Kelly Clarkson Show," Aguilera said when she tries to sing, her daughter is "shh, 'I'm trying to sleep.' And I'm there like okay cool."
Clarkson jumped in, "My daughter does that to me! She'll be like, 'Let's sing and then she'll go, 'shh,'" she said placing her hand up to Aguilera's mouth.
"She does the hand to me too!" Aguilera said.
Clarkson, 37 and husband Brandon Blackstock share daughter River Rose, 5, and son Remington Alexander, 3. and from Blackston's previous marriage daughter Savannah, 18, and son Seth, 12. She tried to explain to her children they were getting a rare treat.
"I'm like people pay for this," she joked. "They don't care. It's kind of awesome."
"Yeah it's great," Aguilera agreed.
Aguilera and ex-husband Jordan Bratman share Max Liron, 11 and she shares Summer Rain, 5, with fiancé Matt Rutler.
Aguilera shared that although she's touring now, she put off touring when her children were small.
"Cause I know kids need like, routines and structure, like, bedtime, the order, and like, how are you supposed to do that whenever you're in different time zones like every night and things are changing?" she said on the show.
Clarkson agreed, saying that she "cried, like almost every night" when her children were younger.
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