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After her difficult pregnancies with her children River Rose and Remington Alexander, Kelly Clarkson is totally and completely done having kids.
The 34-year-old singer joined Jenny McCarthy on her Sirius XM show, The Jenny McCarthy Show, Thursday and revealed that not only did she get her tubes tied after Remi's birth in April, but she made her husband, Brandon Blackstock, get a vasectomy, too.
"I was literally pregnant with Remi, and I was like, 'You are getting fixed. This will never happen to me again,'" she revealed. "If something happens, it's a miracle of God. I literally told my OBGYN on the table while open, 'If I get pregnant again, I will find you!'"
As she's revealed in the past, Clarkson struggled through her pregnancies, suffering from terrible morning sickness and nausea.
"It's horrible. Nothing is beautiful, nothing is magical," she said of being pregnant. "Whatever, you're that person that gets that pregnancy, good for you. But I will remind my children every day of their lives what I [went through]."
She continued, "I was like hospitalized both pregnancies. And then I thought, I wanted another little buddy [for River]. I didn't want a kid to just be an odd man out because I felt like that a lot. I wanted her to have somebody her age, like when we're traveling. And so I thought, 'OK, we'll just do it again.' I was like, 'There's no way it can happen again,' but it was worse. Remi's pregnancy was worse than River's."
Clarkson also discussed her children's future and how she'd feel if River followed in her mommy's footsteps.
"I don't want her to do this," she confessed of her daughter's career choices. "If she wants to do this, then great. But I'm going to push for a teacher or doctor or anything else."
When McCarthy asked why, Clarkson explained, "Because I just think she's going to grow up too privileged to not grow a thick enough skin, in all honesty. I had a pretty thick skin with my upbringing. I just don't think she'll handle it well because people are mean."
In fact, the singer went on to explain how people have treated her over the years, using an example of a comment on social media. "When I was pregnant with River, I had someone say, 'I hope your baby chokes on their umbilical cord and dies.'"
Thanks to her thick skin, Clarkson took the comments with a grain of salt and laughed, "[That person] is going to hell."
You can listen to the singer's full interview on Sirius, which is helping launch a new series on McCarthy's SiriusXM show called "Inner Circle."