Kelly Clarkson doesn't want her kids to become musicians

Kelly Clarkson may have given her tykes musical genes, but it doesn't mean she wants them to get into the business when they grow up.

"I seriously hope they are tone deaf," the two-time winning coach of "The Voice" told press (via People) this week.

Clarkson, 36, shares son Remington "Remy" Alexander, 2, and daughter River Rose, 4, with husband Brandon Blackstock. She's also stepmom to Blackstock's son Seth and daughter Savannah from his previous marriage.

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"I hope they are teachers or doctors or something … It's a hard industry," she admitted.

She said of her Team Kelly winner, 15-year-old Brynn Cartelli, "I warned Brynn's mom … I'm like, 'Hold onto them!' Hug them and tell them really nice things because people are mean.' That's horrible, but it is reality."

Clarkson confessed that she feels like a stage mom to her "The Voice" team members, which concerns her about how she'd react to her own kids becoming musicians someday.

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"I get so excited and I'm afraid of what kind of mom I would be," she said. "I think I would be my mom … She would be like, 'I have heard better but it was solid!'"