Celebrity Birthdays 24 April: Kelly Clarkson, Barbra Streisand and Jack Quaid

We hope these stars have a fabulous day!

Happy Birthday to pop star Kelly Clarkson, Hollywood actress and singer Barbra Streisand and actor Jack Quaid! These stars share their special days, and to celebrate the occasion, we are taking a closer look at their lives….

Kelly Clarkson turns 36

Today is pop superstar Kelly Clarkson's birthday! Since being crowned champion of American Idol in 2002, Kelly's music career has gone from strength to strength. Her birthday is likely be a family affair for the Since U Been Gone singer, who shares daughter River and son Remington, as well as two stepchildren, with husband Brandon Blackstock. Another year brings more success for Kelly, who released her eighth studio album The Meaning of Life in 2017. She has also become a coach on the US version of singing contest The Voice.

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Barbra Streisand turns 76

Happy Birthday to a woman of many talents! Hollywood star Barbra Streisand has had a glittering career, winning two Academy Awards for her roles in Funny Girl and A Star is Born, as well as ten Grammys for her continued contribution to the music industry. Barbra recently made headlines when she revealed she had cloned her beloved dog Samantha, who died last year. Barbra's adorable new pooches, Miss Violet and Miss Scarlett, will undoubtedly be involved in her birthday celebrations.

Jack Quaid turns 26

Happy 26th Birthday to Jack Quaid, son of Hollywood actors Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid! The Hunger Games star started celebrations early, when he enjoyed a romantic trip to Isla de Holbox, an idyllic Mexican island, with his girlfriend Lizzy McGroder. It has been a successful year for the actor, whose latest film, sci-fi flick Rampage, came out earlier this month. He recently revealed his famous parents supported him in his career choice. "It was nice because I really had people who had succeeded at what they do to look up to as I was growing up," he said of his parents, adding, "When I said, 'I want to do what you guys do,' they were like, 'OK. Go for it.'"

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