After Kelly Clarkson slammed Clive Davis over inaccuracies of their working relationship in his new memoir, she has found support in a surprising place: Howard Stern.
Kelly Clarkson slams Clive Davis for lies in new memoir: "I refuse to be bullied"
Earlier this week...
It doesn't sound like Kelly Clarkson's life sucks without former mentor Clive Davis.
As the veteran music producer gets ready to release a new memoir, Clarkson is telling her side of the story of their volatile collaboration. On Tuesday, Clarkson wrote a lengthy post about the "false information" she says Davis spreads about her in The Soundtrack of My Life. "It feels like a violation," she writes of the several alleged lies he included in his book. "Growing up is
Legendary music producer Clive Davis has come out as bisexual in his new memoir, The Soundtrack of My Life.
Whitney Houston's death was due to accidental drowning, according to People.
The late pop singer was also found to have had cocaine in her system at the...
Oprah and Bobbi Kristina Brown
Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina says her late mom is always with her.
"I can hear her voice in spirit talking to me. I can always feel her with me," Bobbi Kristina, 19, told Oprah in an interview that aired on OWN Sunday night.
Glee shooting Whitney Houston tribute episode
In her first interview since Houston's death exactly one month ago, Bobbi Kristina said the grief comes and goes, but that she finds comfort in living at her mother's home outside of Atlanta, Ga. "I still walk in the house ... and call her name. The lights [will] turn off and on and I'm like, 'Mom what are you doing?'"
Alicia Keys, Whitney Houston, Stevie Wonder
Some 1,500 invited guests descended upon Newark, N.J. to pay their final respects to music legend Whitney Houston on Saturday, with Kevin Costner, Tyler Perry, Stevie Wonder and Alicia Keys paying tribute to the pop diva. The funeral, called her "homegoing" ceremony on the invitations to the service, took place at New Hope Baptist Church, the same church where Houston first sang as a young girl.
Whitney Houston is going home.
Her funeral, called her "home going" ceremony on the invitations to the service, is taking place Saturday morning at the New Hope Baptist Church in Houston's hometown of Newark, N.J.
Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder to sing at Whitney Houston's funeral; Clive Davis to speak
Among the expected guests...
Whitney Houston's godmother Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder will perform at the late pop singer's funeral this Saturday in Newark, N.J., The Associated Press reports.
Houston's longtime mentor, Clive Davis, will speak at the private service, and longtime family friend, gospel singer Marvin Winans, will deliver the...
Kelly Clarkson by Kevin Mazur/WireImage.com
My boss is no Clive turkey. That's the gist of a statement posted by Kelly Clarkson to her fansite, in the wake of media coverage casting the wholesome American Idol in an unflattering light. "There has been quite a bit of controversy surrounding [my new album]... much of which has focused on a supposed feud with my record label, in particular, Clive Davis," Kelly writes. "I want to set the record straight by saying that I want my band, my advisors, those close to me and my record label to be one big, tightly knit family. [We] will disagree and argue sometimes, but, in the end, it's respect and admiration that will keep us together."Most recently, Kelly seemingly dissed Davis by deeming him "80" years old and thus out of touch with her audience. Clarkson calls press accounts "blown out of proportion" and "taken out of context," saying, "I'm well aware that Clive is one of the great record men of all time. He has been a key advisor and an important force in my success to date.... I r...
Kelly Clarkson by Paul Drinkwater/NBC Photo
Refusing to walk away from her beef with her record label, Kelly Clarkson tells the August issue of Blender that during one of her face-offs with BMG/RCA boss Clive Davis, she said, "I don't know you very well, and I am not a bullsh---er. I get [that] you don't like the album. You're 80; you're not supposed to like my album." The 25-year-old's harsh diss of the music legend, who had been vocal with his concerns about her new material, doesn't sit well with the American Idol's onetime judge and jury, Simon Cowell. "Clive Davis at 80 is better than 99 percent of the people in the music business in their twenties, thirties and forties. And he's not [even] 80, he's less than 80," Simon tells TV's Extra. The Brit's advice to Kel? "Kiss and make up, decide what's best, get on with it!" And then write us a nice catchy song about it.