Kelly Clarkson wants Netflix to save Lucifer and we cannot relate more

Kelly Clarkson recently caught up on Lucifer and just like all of us, she can’t help but obsess over the brilliant show and be heartbroken that it is coming to an end.

Lucifer is coming back for season 5 on Netflix, but it will be the final season of the series. That’s not sitting well with Kelly Clarkson.

So, in case you were looking for more reasons to love Clarkson, the 37-year-old American singer just revealed that she is a Lucifan and she doesn’t want Netflix to end Lucifer. Yes, girl! Say it louder for the people in the back!

The first-ever Idol winner took to her Instagram to express her love for the Netflix series while admitting that she is late to the party. “It took me forever to catch onto this show because I have four children and a lot of jobs and a lot going on,” Kelly says in the video adding that it was her sister who introduced her to the show and now she’s absolutely hooked.

Check out the video below!

Read: What we know about Lucifer season 5 so far

She also adds that she finished watching three seasons of Lucifer in 4 days and we couldn’t relate more. And, just like all of us, she doesn’t want Lucifer to end after 5 seasons and is asking the streaming giant to give the show more seasons, as it deserves.

Lucifer was renewed by Netflix for the fifth and final season in June and the production for the same has begun. The finale will star all our favorites – Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Kevin Alejandro, DB Woodside, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Scarlett Estevez, Rachael Harris and Aimee Garcia, and will release on Netflix in early 2020.

As far as the plot is concerned, showrunner Ildy Modrovich has teased that they are trying to go crazy with the finale and do something nobody can think of. Initially, the season was supposed to have 10 episodes but then when fans across the globe complained, Netflix ordered up six more episodes, which according to Kelly is good but another season is definitely required to “continue the greatness”.

Do you agree? Would you like Netflix to #SaveLucifer for another season or give it a perfect finale? Let us know in the comments!

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