Kelly Clarkson Jokingly Threatens to Fire Her Nanny If She Shows River Rose From Justin to Kelly

Why she wants to "burn" copies of the movie

By Francesca Bacardi May 21, 2015 4:57 PMTags
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Every star has some career regrets, but it seems like no one is more passionate about hating something than Kelly Clarkson.

What did the American Idol winner do that haunts her every single day? She filmed From Justin to Kelly alongside fellow alum Justin Guarini. She regrets the project so much, in fact, that she has joked with her nanny that she would fire her if she ever showed the movie to her daughter River Rose

When asked by Rolling Stone if she would "burn all the existing copies" of it, she responded, "No, I think I would have to own it first. But that is something I will look into."

She added, "I have a little joke with our nanny, because she told me she loves that movie. She was like, 'My roommate and I used to watch it all the time! I'm totally going to show your daughter From Justin to Kelly.' I'm like, 'I will fire you.'"

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Even though she is vehemently opposed to her big screen debut, she isn't ready to oust all movies just yet. She dished to the music magazine that movie and game nights are two of her favorite activities when she has some time off.

"We have a movie theater in our house, and we just watched Interstellar. Oh, my gosh, it's so trippy! I want to be an astronaut at this point," she said. "We also play board games. My sister, my mom, me and Reba [McEntire] are the gamers in the family. Everyone else we just drag into it."

But now that her deal with RCA Records has come to an end, Clarkson said that she's excited for what's to come because of her new musical freedom. "Man, I have no frigging clue what's coming next, but it's going to be fun," she said. "I haven't ever been able to pick who to work with as an artist, so it's nice now that it's a choice. It'll be cool to 'Breakaway,' for lack of a better term, and see what's out there.

"If I want to make a country record, I'll make a country record," she added. "If I want to make an R&B record, I'll make that. I've made enough money in my career. This is just the cherry on top."