“As soon as I finish my work, I’ve got some things planned,” she said last month. “Probably in, like, a year or two.”
How quickly things change.
Whatever the future holds for these two successful artists, we lay people have a talent for projecting ourselves and our own relationships onto celebrity couples.
If Cardi and Offset — with their adorable daughter and the means to travel privately or order unlimited Postmates meals or sleep in one of several spare bedrooms — can’t make it through a pandemic together, how can the rest of us?
Here’s why it matters to some folks more than it probably should:
We fell in love with their love: Count me among those CRUSHED to discover Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock were divorcing.
I have followed her career since Clarkson burst on the scene as the winner of the first season of “American Idol” in 2002.
I dissected every single love song she wrote and performed, and listened to her sing about her difficult relationship with her dad and her…