KELLY Clarkson has been accused by her fans of ripping into her ex-husband Brandon Blackstock after changing her lyrics.
The 39-year-old, who shares two children with her former hubby, was met with backlash after her ‘Kellyoke’ lyric change.
Fans had to do a double-take during a recent episode of her show The Kelly Clarkson Show during her Kellyoke segment.
She appeared to change the lyrics with fans believing it referenced Brandon.
The Voice coach was covering Billie Eilish’s song “Happier Than Ever” when she changed up the lyrics.
She sang: “I don’t relate to you / I don’t relate to you, no / ‘Cause I’d never treat me this s–tty / I get it, you hate this city.”
On Billie’s original track, she sings: “I don’t relate to you / I don’t relate to you, no / ‘Cause I’d never treat me this s–tty / You made me hate this city.”
Fans believe Kelly changed the last line to “you hate this city” to aim it at her ex.
Taking to Twitter, one fan tweeted: “I know she was directing this at her ex. Legendary.”
It comes after Kelly filed for divorce back in June 2020.
The talk show host cites “irreconcilable differences” as the reason behind their split.
Ever since, the proceedings have been testy as their seven-year marriage broke down.
During the nasty split, the talk show host won custody of their two children.
Clarkson met her music manager and ex-husband backstage at a rehearsal for the Academy of Country Music Awards in 2006.
The pair got engaged in December 2012 and married a year later at a luxury estate in Tennessee.
They are also battling it out over their $10m Montana mansion.
Brandon Blackstock, 44, who has permanently quit Hollywood to live at the $10.4 million ranch, is reportedly not aware that a judge already ruled the mansion will remain Kelly’s property amid their divorce.
The judge recently upheld the former couple’s prenuptial agreement. Kelly bought the Montana property with her own income so it remains as solely her property.
Brandon had previously tried to argue it, claiming everything acquired during the marriage would be community property.