字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 -We've talked about the fact that your dream guest on your show is Meryl Streep. Any progress being made? -No, but I will say this. I had the opportunity -- I was kind of, like, excited but angry because I couldn't do it in person, and I so wanted to do it in person. But I got Julie Andrews. I got to interview Julie Andrews. And she -- Obviously, I'm like, a musical theater kid, and I love her. So it was really cool. I got to interview she and her daughter, and it was literally -- We taped it for another air date, but we did it, like, on my birthday. So it was like a birthday from God. And it was the best thing ever. So that's kind of an even thing with me with Meryl Streep. I mean, Julie Andrews is pretty epic for me personally, so -- And a lot of people. So that was really pretty cool. And to find out that Julie Andrews curses somehow made me feel better about myself as a human. -Yes. -She didn't curse, like, during the interview, but her daughter outed her. And I was like, "Okay! I feel better." [ Both laugh ] -You mentioned that happened on your birthday. I know your birthday happened during quarantine. How was your quarantine birthday? Did you still enjoy yourself? -I literally looked at my husband, 'cause it was a rough week of work and non-stop everything. And I said "I don't want to cook one damn meal." I don't want to clean one article of clothing. I don't want to do anything. I possibly -- If my children were to come in and hug me, that's fine. And then they leave. [ Laughs ] 'Cause it's been just constant. And they're -- You know, they're toddlers, the younger ones -- The teenager is actually handling it very well. But the toddlers are -- You know, they don't get it. And they're like, "I want to see my friends. I want to go to my school." And they're just emotionally nuts. Like, it's been nuts. -Yeah. -No matter what you do, like what arts and crafts thing I do -- And I do tons of it, like, on top of all the work. And it's like -- And you know. You have kids. They don't appreciate it. They don't even know to appreciate it. So it's like -- -No. -So on my birthday, I literally asked to be left alone, which is funny since we're all in isolation. But I am not in isolation. I am constantly surrounded by people. So I was alone, and I enjoyed it, and I did nothing but eat stuff that probably I gained 10 pounds on and I watched, you know, whatever I was watching. I don't remember. -Yeah. It is very -- When this started -- I have a lot of friends who have kids who are teenagers. And I have toddlers. You have both. But my situation was saying, "Oh, I'm so lucky to have a 2-year-old and a 4-year-old, 'cause this isn't stressing them out. They don't fully comprehend how awful this is." And all my friends with teenagers said, "Dude, check back in a month." -Yeah. -Because, like, the fact that they're not concerned with this will not in any way make up for how much attention they need being stuck at home. -Right? And, like, the level -- And my -- River and Remy, the little ones, usually are, like, best buds. Like, they always call each other their best friends, like whatever. But it's usually 'cause they go to separate schools, 'cause they're two years apart. And they have time apart, and then they come together. This has been like World War III in my house at times. And I literally -- It's been -- I don't even know how to describe it. But one day -- I was just talking to my producer on the phone, and I was like, "One day, I'm having the greatest day ever with them, and they're so sweet, and the next day, it's like Satan incarnate." Just -- I'm just like, "Why are you so mean? I don't understand. Like, I'm such a nice person to you. I don't understand what's happening." And there's nothing you can do. There's no magical glitter unicorn that could make it -- you know, that would make the situation better. But it's, you know, it is really hard on kids, as well, right now. So -- -Yeah. You have a new song which is so impressive. You've recorded a new song in multiple languages. -Yeah. -I hope you're as impressed with you as I am. -Oh, I -- Well, the more impressive part was, I literally, like -- It was almost like a year ago I said, "Look, I have this idea I want to do." I grew up singing in different languages. I never sang in Hebrew or Arabic before, but the other ones I sang in opera growing up. And I was like, "I have this idea, 'cause the message is so cool and so global." And I had no idea we would be so globally connected when I released the song. But that was the whole point of the song was to kind of remind people -- 'cause I felt like there was just so much division going on, not so much just in our country but worldwide. And so the whole point was to kind of gather all these artists all over the world and record this song in different languages. And I literally asked my label, and it's no one's fault. It's just, like, how my life works, but I said, "Please, the one thing I'm asking to you do is not send me all five languages at once to record. Because that -- I will have a brain aneurysm." Like, it's so -- It's just like so different. Like -- And I recorded -- I had to record all five in four days. -Oh, my God. [ Laughs ] -Yeah. So I literally came to bed at one point one night, and I was trying to talk to my husband, 'cause I was like, "I need --" And I guess I wasn't making sound. I don't know what was happening, because he's a light sleeper. But I was like, "I need help." And I was like, "My head hurt." And I was so exhausted. I'd just had a 12-hour Wayfair shoot on top of that. It was, like, so much work at once. But I am really -- That's what I'm most proud of, because I almost at one point went, "Maybe I just shouldn't -- This is so much." And I just kept pushing myself and finally did it. And I'm not saying I nailed every language, but I definitely did try my best. But it was just important to me to, I don't know, just kind of reach out on a global level, and then, you know, this all happened. And it kind of worked out in a sense of, like, on top of how connected we are, kind of, you know, relating to people musically in that sense, too. So -- -Well, that's great. Congratulations on that. It's always so nice to see you. I hope next time will be in person. And I can't wait to come do your show again soon. -Yay! Me, too. Ditto. -Alright. Kelly Clarkson, everybody.