Kelly Clarkson has finalized her name change and will now be legally known as Kelly Brianne.
A California judge granted the talk show host, 39, her new moniker, according to court documents obtained by Page Six.
“There being no objections, the petition for change of name is granted,” the docs read. “The Decree is signed and filed. The Petitioner’s name is changed from KELLY BRIANNE CLARKSON to KELLY BRIANNE.”
A copy of the signed decree will be available next week.
A rep for Clarkson did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
Clarkson — who filed a request to change her legal name in February — explained in a recent interview with “People (The TV Show!)” that her decision stemmed from her recently settled divorce from Brandon Blackstock.
“I just got divorced, so I had to drop my married last name,” the “Breakaway” singer said at the March 21 premiere of her new NBC show “American Song Contest.”
“I just kept my middle name for my personal life. I’m still Kelly Clarkson.”
The “American Idol” Season 1 winner then joked, “I don’t think I can change Clarkson at this point. I’m 20 years in!”
Us Weekly was the first to report the news of Clarkson’s legal name change.
Clarkson previously explained in court docs that Kelly Brianne “more fully reflects who I am.”
In Clarkson and Blackstock’s contentious divorce, the Grammy winner was granted primary custody of their two children — daughter River, 7, and son Remington, 5 — while Blackstock, who resides in Montana, will have the kids one weekend a month.
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