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Kelly Clarkson: Lawsuit heats up as the pop singer deals with pregnancy

As Kelly Clarkson copes with life as a pregnant woman, a recently filed lawsuit filed claiming that Sony Music Entertainment cheated "American Idol" contestants such as her and Carrie Underwood out of at least $10 million in royalties, is gaining momentum. But as Wetpaint reported on March 12, her primary focus right now is her unborn child and preparing for life as a new mother.

“I don’t know why they call it morning sickness — that’s my big joke right now 'cause it’s like all day and all night,” the "Stronger" singer said.“I’m just looking forward to the second trimester!”

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Kelly Clarkson went on to describe the many ups and downs she's experiencing as a result of her pregnancy.

“Okay my baby is moving like crazy in my belly this morning. Such a cool yet weird feeling,” she expressed via a tweet.

Meanwhile, the lawsuit filed by 19 Recordings, (a music company) involving her and several others is heating up after an audit of Sony’s books was demanded by the company.

"We did not want to have to file this lawsuit, but Sony left us no choice, so this became necessary to protect our artists,” 19 Entertainment Worldwide Head of Music Jason Morey told The Hollywood Reporter."Our complaint lays out the claims in great detail. Everything we have to say about the case is set forth in it," he said.