In the past, we could count on Kelly Clarkson for speaking her mind. Now that her "My December" is sinking and her record company isn't throwing any $$ behind her, Kelly throws out a half baked apology to Clive Davis and blames the media. That's just sad Kelly....
Kelly Clarkson is singing a new tune about her ongoing battle with RCA honcho Clive Davis.
Clarkson, 25, clashed with Davis when he didn't like some of the tracks on her latest disc My December. She was quoted in the August issue of Blender saying, "'I get you don't like my album. You're 80; you're not supposed to.'"
But in a statement posted today on her website, the singer, 25, says, "A lot has been made in the press about my relationship with Clive. Much of this has been blown way out of proportion and taken out of context.
She continues, "I'm well aware that Clive is one of the great record men of all time. He has been a key advisor and has been an important force in my success to date. He has also given me respect by releasing my new album when he was not obligated to do so.
"I really regret how everything has turned out and I apologize to those whom I have done disservice," she adds. "I would never intentionally hurt anyone. I love music, and I love the people I am blessed to work with. I am happy that my team is behind me and I look forward to the future."