The Kelly Clarkson show has been a daytime favourite since it first landed on NBC in 2019. However, after a series of recent absences, the singer left fans questioning her well-being.
After winning American Idol 2002 and performing on stages across the world, Kelly Clarkson returned to screens with her self-titled talk show.
The Kelly Clarkson Show has been a staple in many homes for three years, which is why her disappearance raised eyebrows.
This week, she was replaced by a number of familiar faces and without sharing the reason for her absence, fans became concerned.
On Monday’s episode, actress Niecy Nash guest-hosted the show, while America’s Got Talent judge, Howie Mandel took the reins on Tuesday.
During Monday’s episode, Howie invited his daughter and actress Jackie Schultz to the show as well as fellow AGT star Terry Crews.
Travel expert Emily Kaufman also guest-starred and surprised two lucky audience members with a vacation to kick-start their year.
Meanwhile, Neicy was joined by Quantum Leap actor Ernie Hudson and Emily in Paris’ Melia Kreiling on Tuesday.
Neicy’s partner, Jessica Betts closed the show with a special performance of her latest single, We Drip.
Although the show continues to be a huge hit, Kelly’s absence has sparked fan concern before.
In December, she was forced to host a portion of her show from home, while guests appeared on set.
It was later revealed Kelly had Covid-19 and was in isolation at home while she recovered.
Kelly is yet to speak out about her absence and Express.co.uk contacted NBC and Kelly’s representatives for comment.
The Kelly Clarkson Show continues daily on NBC in the US. A UK release date is yet to be announced.