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  • -We've talked about the fact that your dream guest

  • on your show is Meryl Streep. Any progress being made?

  • -No, but I will say this.

  • I had the opportunity --

  • I was kind of, like, excited but angry

  • because I couldn't do it in person,

  • and I so wanted to do it in person.

  • But I got Julie Andrews.

  • I got to interview Julie Andrews. And she --

  • Obviously, I'm like, a musical theater kid, and I love her.

  • So it was really cool.

  • I got to interview she and her daughter,

  • and it was literally --

  • We taped it for another air date,

  • but we did it, like, on my birthday.

  • So it was like a birthday from God.

  • And it was the best thing ever.

  • So that's kind of an even thing with me with Meryl Streep.

  • I mean, Julie Andrews is pretty epic for me personally, so --

  • And a lot of people.

  • So that was really pretty cool.

  • And to find out that Julie Andrews curses

  • somehow made me feel better about myself as a human.

  • -Yes.

  • -She didn't curse, like, during the interview,

  • but her daughter outed her. And I was like,

  • "Okay! I feel better." [ Both laugh ]

  • -You mentioned that happened on your birthday.

  • I know your birthday happened during quarantine.

  • How was your quarantine birthday?

  • Did you still enjoy yourself?

  • -I literally looked at my husband,

  • 'cause it was a rough week of work and non-stop everything.

  • And I said "I don't want to cook one damn meal."

  • I don't want to clean one article of clothing.

  • I don't want to do anything. I possibly --

  • If my children were to come in and hug me, that's fine.

  • And then they leave. [ Laughs ]

  • 'Cause it's been just constant. And they're --

  • You know, they're toddlers, the younger ones --

  • The teenager is actually handling it very well.

  • But the toddlers are --

  • You know, they don't get it.

  • And they're like, "I want to see my friends.

  • I want to go to my school."

  • And they're just emotionally nuts.

  • Like, it's been nuts.

  • -Yeah. -No matter what you do,

  • like what arts and crafts thing I do --

  • And I do tons of it, like, on top of all the work.

  • And it's like --

  • And you know. You have kids. They don't appreciate it.

  • They don't even know to appreciate it.

  • So it's like -- -No.

  • -So on my birthday, I literally asked to be left alone,

  • which is funny since we're all in isolation.

  • But I am not in isolation.

  • I am constantly surrounded by people.

  • So I was alone, and I enjoyed it,

  • and I did nothing but eat stuff

  • that probably I gained 10 pounds on

  • and I watched, you know, whatever I was watching.

  • I don't remember.

  • -Yeah. It is very --

  • When this started --

  • I have a lot of friends who have kids who are teenagers.

  • And I have toddlers. You have both.

  • But my situation was saying, "Oh, I'm so lucky

  • to have a 2-year-old and a 4-year-old,

  • 'cause this isn't stressing them out.

  • They don't fully comprehend how awful this is."

  • And all my friends with teenagers said,

  • "Dude, check back in a month." -Yeah.

  • -Because, like, the fact that they're not concerned with this

  • will not in any way make up

  • for how much attention they need being stuck at home.

  • -Right? And, like, the level --

  • And my -- River and Remy, the little ones,

  • usually are, like, best buds.

  • Like, they always call each other their best friends,

  • like whatever. But it's usually 'cause they go

  • to separate schools, 'cause they're two years apart.

  • And they have time apart, and then they come together.

  • This has been like World War III in my house at times.

  • And I literally -- It's been --

  • I don't even know how to describe it.

  • But one day -- I was just talking to my producer

  • on the phone, and I was like, "One day, I'm having

  • the greatest day ever with them, and they're so sweet,

  • and the next day, it's like Satan incarnate."

  • Just -- I'm just like, "Why are you so mean?

  • I don't understand.

  • Like, I'm such a nice person to you.

  • I don't understand what's happening."

  • And there's nothing you can do.

  • There's no magical glitter unicorn that could make it --

  • you know, that would make the situation better.

  • But it's, you know, it is really hard on kids, as well,

  • right now. So -- -Yeah.

  • You have a new song which is so impressive.

  • You've recorded a new song

  • in multiple languages. -Yeah.

  • -I hope you're as impressed with you as I am.

  • -Oh, I -- Well,

  • the more impressive part was, I literally, like --

  • It was almost like a year ago I said,

  • "Look, I have this idea I want to do."

  • I grew up singing in different languages.

  • I never sang in Hebrew or Arabic before,

  • but the other ones I sang in opera growing up.

  • And I was like, "I have this idea,

  • 'cause the message is so cool and so global."

  • And I had no idea we would be so globally connected

  • when I released the song.

  • But that was the whole point of the song

  • was to kind of remind people --

  • 'cause I felt like there was just so much division going on,

  • not so much just in our country but worldwide.

  • And so the whole point was to kind of gather all these artists

  • all over the world

  • and record this song in different languages.

  • And I literally asked my label, and it's no one's fault.

  • It's just, like, how my life works,

  • but I said, "Please, the one thing I'm asking to you do

  • is not send me all five languages at once to record.

  • Because that -- I will have a brain aneurysm."

  • Like, it's so -- It's just like so different.

  • Like -- And I recorded --

  • I had to record all five in four days.

  • -Oh, my God. [ Laughs ] -Yeah.

  • So I literally came to bed at one point one night,

  • and I was trying to talk to my husband,

  • 'cause I was like, "I need --"

  • And I guess I wasn't making sound.

  • I don't know what was happening, because he's a light sleeper.

  • But I was like, "I need help." And I was like, "My head hurt."

  • And I was so exhausted.

  • I'd just had a 12-hour Wayfair shoot on top of that.

  • It was, like, so much work at once.

  • But I am really -- That's what I'm most proud of,

  • because I almost at one point went, "Maybe I just shouldn't --

  • This is so much."

  • And I just kept pushing myself and finally did it.

  • And I'm not saying I nailed every language,

  • but I definitely did try my best.

  • But it was just important to me

  • to, I don't know, just kind of reach out on a global level,

  • and then, you know, this all happened.

  • And it kind of worked out in a sense of, like,

  • on top of how connected we are, kind of, you know,

  • relating to people musically in that sense, too. So --

  • -Well, that's great. Congratulations on that.

  • It's always so nice to see you.

  • I hope next time will be in person.

  • And I can't wait to come do your show again soon.

  • -Yay! Me, too. Ditto.

  • -Alright. Kelly Clarkson, everybody.

-We've talked about the fact that your dream guest

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ケリー・クラークソン、誕生日をジュリー・アンドリュースと社会的孤立で祝う (Kelly Clarkson Celebrated Her Birthday with Julie Andrews and Social Isolation)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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