April 6 (UPI) -- One new episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show will be taped each week in Montana through the spring, NBCUniversal said Monday.
"Starting today, The Kelly Clarkson Show will produce one remote episode per week from Montana," a press release said, nothing the state is where the singer and TV star is sheltering in place with her family.
"Kelly will conduct virtual interviews with celebrities and people in our communities doing their part during this challenging time. Audiences can also look forward to more 'Bathroom Kellyoke' editions."
Episodes previously taped in California before The Kelly Clarkson Show was shut down in March will also include some updated material, such as monologues, when they air going forward.
The syndicated, daytime chat show -- like most other TV productions and live performances -- was disrupted as part of social-distancing measures intended to slow the spread of the coronavirus, which has killed tens of thousands of people worldwide.