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Kelly Clarkson is not gay. But she's also never been in love with a man and that's why this singer thinks there's a rumor out there about her sexuality.

Appearing on The View yesterday to hype her new album, the original American Idol cited her hometown of Burleson, Texas and explained:

"I'm from a small town so, like, everyone's married with children or about to have children. So it's a little hard when you go home and people are like - and that's why people think I'm gay - because they're like 'Why aren't you married?' And I'm like, 'it doesn't happen for everyone right off the bat.'"

Watch the interview now:

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Kelly Clarkson has taken a break from singing about love to talk about love, admitting in a new interview: I've never been in it!

"I've never been in love," the artist tells USA Today. "I've never experienced certain things, and I think that's because I have this side of me that is shut off. Because I haven't found anybody yet to open to that I feel like, 'OK, you're worth breaking down that wall for.' I've never found that."

Kelly Clarkson on The X Factor

In promotion of her fifth studio album - "Stronger," out today! - Clarkson has been opening up more than usual about her personal life. She recently went on record with her heterosexuality. Still, don't expect any tabloid headlines to spring up any time soon.

"I have no controversy," Kelly says. "You don't see me in rehab, or you don't see me coming out with my hey-haw showing. There's not much to report."

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Someone who knows a thing or two about singing competitions performed on The X Factor UK last night.

Kelly Clarkson - who won season one of American Idol, has sold 22 singles around the globe and garnered two Grammys - rocked out with a rendition of "Mr. Know It All," the lead single off her next album... which hits stores this week!

Tweeted Clarkson after the performance:

"I just had such a fun time on X Factor in London!! Thank you to all of the "Extreme Rhythm" drummers, my band, and the production team! What a fun performance! All of the judges and the contestants I met were so sweet. I wish good luck to all of you! A special shout out to my favorite judge and Texas girl @KellyRowland and contestant @samibrooks."

The artist has given fans an early listen to a number of new tracks over the past week. We've collected each one in our Kelly Clarkson video section. Go watch now!

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Another day, another opportunity to sample Kelly Clarkson's upcoming album.

The singer has released another track off "Stronger," which comes out on October 24. This one is titled "The War is Over" and it features the original American Idol once again standing up for herself against a man.

“I won’t let you pull me in because I know you’re gonna win, but the war is over,” Kelly croons on the track below.

Previously released singles off the new CD include “Dark Side,” “You Love Me" and "What Doesn’t Kill You (Stronger)." Click on each of the preceding links to give each a listen.

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Kelly Clarkson is promoting the heck out of her upcoming album.

But the original American Idol isn't posing for magazine covers or giving an unusual number of interviews. Instead, she's actually giving fans a few free listens from "Stronger," which comes out on October 24.

First, there was "What Doesn’t Kill You (Stronger)." Then, "You Love Me." Now, let's all sit back and listen to Clarkson croon on "Dark Side." Everybody’s got a dark side, do you love me? Can you love mine? she asks below...

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Kelly Clarkson takes it to an ex-boyfriend in her latest single.

The inaugural American Idol champion has given fans their first listen to "You Love Me," a sample off her upcoming album, "Stronger." It hits stores on October 24 and this is another strong track about woman-empowerment.

“You didn’t let me down, you didn’t tear me apart, you just opened my eyes while breaking my heart,” Clarkson croons on the song. Listen now and then go back and do the same for the first single off the CD:

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Kelly Clarkson is not gay. She would like people to know that.

But the first-ever American Idol is coming out with a new album on October 24. It's titled "Stronger," a name taken from one of the singles featured on the CD and just released online this week by Clarkson.

Kelly Clarkson Down Under

“Hey ya’ll - I heard that some versions of ‘What Doesn’t Kill You (Stronger)’ started showing up online," Clarkson blogged yesterday. "I want you to hear the real thing! Check it out!"

You heard the artist. Visit her YouTube page and do so now!

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Kelly Clarkson may be a miss who thinks of herself as independent.

And she may not hook up and she may be singing about a guy who is a "know it all" these days. But the singer wants to make one thing clear: she's straight.

Kelly Clarkson in Concert

"People keep saying I'm gay, and I'm not," the original American Idol tells E! News. "I'm pretty sure I've never made out with a girl. It's just not helping me because I'm straight. No boy wants to hit on me because I make mean songs about them, and they think I'm gay."

Psssst, Kelly: See that Contact Us link below? Call us!

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Kelly Clarkson takes an ambitious step in her new music video: she reads the comments section of various celebrity gossip blog posts.

How does she react from there? What decision does she reach about a guy that's constantly giving her orders? Knowing Clarkson's history of female-empowerment songs, the answer isn't exactly a surprise.

But it's still worth watching, as the official video for "Mr. Know It All" takes a jab at certain kinds of men and media members. Watch now:

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You've heard her new single. Now, check out her new album cover.

Kelly Clarkson will release "Stronger" on October 24 and she unveiled the CD art for it on her website this week. What do you think?

 Kelly Clarkson Album Art

“I ended up naming the album Stronger mainly because the entire album is about empowerment and just strength overall,” Clarkson said during a Livestream chat last week. “I love singing songs like that. I love being sassy. I love having attitude. I love raining on boys’ parades!”

That's no surprise, considering many of Kelly's single titles: Miss Independent, I Don't Hook Up, Mr. Know It All.

The CD will mark this artist's fifth studio album. Will you make be downloading it?