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Kelly Clarkson's 7-Year-Old Son Is So Grown Up in a Velvet Red Suit at the Grammys

Remi accompanied the talks show host on the Grammys red carpet. 

By Jackie Manno

Kelly Clarkson's little one already knows how to dress to impress! At the 2024 Grammy Awards, Clarkson brought along a very special date: her mini-me 7-year-old son, Remington. 

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At the event, Clarkson stunned in an elegant cream off-the-shoulder gown and wore her hair in loose waves. Meanwhile, Remi held his mama's hand while looking adorable so grown up in a red velvet tuxedo that was decorated with the cutest small detail: a boutonniere made of Legos. He was there to support his mother, as her most recent album Chemistry was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album. How cute!

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Remington's other adventures with Kelly Clarkson

Remi joined his mom onstage in August 2023 during her Las Vegas Residency. There, Clarkson asked him and his big sister, 9-year-old River, to pick a song and help her perform. Remi chose "Whole Lotta Woman" from Clarkson's 2017 album Meaning of Life, while River opted for "Heartbeat Song" from Clarkson's 2015 album Piece by Piece. Check out the cute moments here

The next day, Clarkson took to her official Instagram page to share a sweet snapshot of her smiling with her two kiddos backstage before the performance. 

Kelly Clarkson smiles holding her sons hand on the red carpet of the 2024 Grammys

"Both of my kiddos backstage getting ready to join me on stage in Vegas ❤️ nothing will ever be as cool and amazing as these two little humans that will always have my whole heart," Clarkson gushed in the caption.

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According to Clarkson, Remi also enjoys watching movies for fun. When actor Kyle Chandler was on The Kelly Clarkson Show in 2022 to discuss his movie Slumberland, Clarkson opened up about how the film impacted her young boy

''My six year old did not leave. He made me pause it to pee. He made me pause it any time he left to go get water or anything. He was like 'no no no, I don't wanna miss anything. But it was very refreshing. It has a lot of heart," she told the actor. 

Kelly Clarkson smiles on the red carpet of the 2024 Grammys

Clarkson is clearly a dedicated parent, as she spoke to Us Weekly in 2020 about how becoming a mom to River and Remi has affected her life. 

“I think parenting changes you in the best of ways,” she told the outlet. “It’s made me stronger, but it’s definitely hard. It’s the hardest job out of all the jobs. … I think it makes you selfless. It makes you really prioritize.”