• Kelly Clarkson's children were present during Chris Martin's guesting on her show
  • Twitter users laughed when Remington interrupted Martin's performance for a bathroom break
  • Clarkson's talk show will return for a third season on Monday

Kelly Clarkson burst into laugher when her toddler interrupted Chris Martin's performance for a bathroom break.

"The Kelly Clarkson Show" will be returning next week. The show recently shared a clip of the new season featuring the Coldplay lead singer serenading Clarkson and her children, River Rose Blackstock, 7, and Remington Alexander Blackstock, 5, on Twitter Thursday.

Martin was seen playing the guitar and singing his band's hit song "Yellow." Clarkson and her daughter were singing along with him when Remington suddenly interrupted.

"I need to go to the bathroom," he shyly said while smiling.

Clarkson burst into laughter while the audience cheered on Remington and clapped their hands. The adorable video immediately received several responses from the netizens. Many of them were amused by Remington's gesture.

"He heard the word 'yellow' and was like 'oops I need to pee,'" one commented with laughing emoji.

"Soooo cute !! When you're a kid and couldn’t be bothered about what magic is happening next to you lmao," another added.

"I love Remy hahaha when you gotta go, you gotta go. How precious. Can't wait for the premier[e]!" a third user added.

"His face contemplating if he should speak up [face with tears of joy emoji] so sweet. He looks so much like Kelly [red heart emoji]. [Woman shrugging emoji] What else do [you] do? [H]e had to go haha" another wrote.

Several parents also commented on the video and comforted Clarkson. According to them, they could relate to her because their kids were just like Remington when they were his age.

"Don't feel bad @kellyclarkson, those of us parents have been there and feel for [you]!" one wrote

"That’s me at the most inconvenient times," another added.

Clarkson is very protective of her children. In a previous interview, she explained why she didn't speak too much about her divorce despite being an open book for years.

"There's a lot of hearts involved here," Clarkson explained to Entertainment Tonight. "And you know, that's the thing that's been kind of hard to navigate is I am an open book, but at some point I'm a mama bear more than I am a person in the public eye. So, I care one hundred percent more about my children than I do anything else on this planet."

"The Kelly Clarkson Show" will premiere its all-new season on NBC on Monday.

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