Kelly Clarkson has kicked off the holiday season by suffering a painful injury after making the "bad decision" to run in heels!
The Voice coach revealed that she has possibly damaged her ACL, one of the key ligaments that help stabilize your knee joint – ouch!
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Sharing a clip of herself sitting in a chair on stage during The Kelly Clarkson Show, she explained: "So you're probably wondering why I'm sitting in a chair because usually, I start standing.
WATCH: Kelly Clarkson explains painful injury after running in heels
"Well, this is our first holiday show and I was really excited about it and we were running late, and I don't like to be late.
"So I was running in my heel which was a bad decision because apparently, I turned a corner and possibly did something to my ACL."
Making a joke about what a difficult year this has been so far, Kelly added: "It's fine. 2020, just the gift that keeps on giving."
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Kelly also injured her eye in September
The singer's fans were quick to offer up messages of support and send their well wishes, with one commenting: "Aww Kelly. Hope you are ok! Feel better! Take care." A second said: "Awwww! I’m so sorry, Kelly! Sending prayers and vibes for speedy healing."
Making reference to Kelly's recent eye injury – which saw her having to wear an eye patch – a third added: "Kelly!! First your eye and now your ACL? Slow down."
Kelly's accident-prone few months comes after she filed for divorce from her husband of six years, Brandon Blackstock.
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The American Idol winner filed official documents ending their marriage in Los Angeles in June, but the cause of their split is unknown.
The 38-year-old married Brandon in 2013, and the couple are parents to daughter River, five, and son Remington, four. Brandon also has two children from a previous marriage.
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