Kelly Clarkson has ''always'' wanted to star in a Broadway show.

The 35-year-old singer boasts a successful career in the music business, but she has admitted she is keen to expand her horizons and take to the stage to star in a theatre production, although she doesn't want to relocate for the opportunity.

Speaking to Metro newspaper, she said: ''I've always wanted to do Broadway but my family wouldn't want to live in New York. I grew up doing musical theatre. I started in 'Annie Get Your Gun' but got lead roles in 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers' and 'Brigadoon'. ''

And the one production the 'Since You've Been Gone' hitmaker has her sights set on is 'Funny Girl'.

She added: ''I'm a huge Barbra Streisand fan and I'd love to do 'Funny girl' as well''.

Meanwhile, Kelly has revealed her ''give-a-s**t- factor'' has completely gone since being a mother to children River, three, and 19-month-old Remington.

She explained: ''My give-a-s**t factor has gone - not that there was a strong presence of that to begin with. you just don't have any ore time for nonsense. I could maybe entertain doing certain things to try to be nice before.

''Making sure each one of them feels loves and supported means I'm still definitely a workhorse but I've made a change of pace. ''