Kelly Clarkson Slams Clive Davis for False Information About Her Career

Kelly Clarkson Slams Clive Davis for False Information About Her CareerClive Davis may have made headlines by revealing his bisexuality in his new memoir, but Kelly Clarkson is more concerned about what he’s written in regards to her career.

‘I resent him’

In his newly released memoir The Soundtrack of My Life, Davis recalls a meeting with Clarkson that was “a very tough conversation, and it didn’t get any easier when Kelly burst in to hysterical sobbing,” while discussing the inclusion of “Since U Been Gone” on her second album, Breakaway.

“Not true at all,” Clarkson says. “His stories and songs are mixed up. I couldn’t be more proud of that song. I resent him dampening that song in any way… I cried after I played him a song I had written about my life called ‘Because of You,’ ” she says. “He hated it and told me verbatim that I was a ‘s–––ty writer who should be grateful for the gifts that he bestows upon me.’ “


‘Don’t have to cower to anyone’

Davis recalls a completely different version of the “Because of You” conflict in his book, released Tuesday.

“In subsequent interviews Kelly said that she had to fight to get “Because of You” on the album, but that simply wasn’t the case,” Clive writes. “I have no idea where she heard that.”

Despite the difference in memories, the engaged Clarkson remained positive in her blog.

“I love my job. I love my music. I love my fans,” she says. “Growing up is awesome because you learn you don’t have to cower to anyone – even Clive Davis.”

Do you think Clive Davis’ memory was indeed mixed up? Team Clarkson or Team Davis?

Source: Patrick Gomez, People

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‘Paranormal’ Star Ryan Buell Diagnosed With Pancreatic Cancer

Ryan Buell, paranormal investigator and star of A&E’s hit series Paranormal State, has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He is 30 years old.

Buell, who wrote a memoir, Paranormal State: My Journey Into the Unknown, in 2010, has been speaking out about his battle on his official fan page. And he wants to make something clear: He’s not the only one struggling with this terrible disease.

The post asks that Buell’s fans support organizations that are working to find a cure and organizations that offer support to loved ones of those with the disease, citing the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and its taking action initiative. He shared a superhero-esque photo of himself (with the headline “Cancer: Even the Greatest of Heroes Have to Take the Fight Within … Soldier On!”).


“I know there are many of you suffering from illnesses, and not just cancer. I say to all of you: SOLDIER ON!” Buell wrote with the photo. “I know the pain that you will feel. And the pain for treatment. I still say SOLDIER ON! Let’s think of one another during those moments, even though we don’t know each other.”

Pancreatic cancer is highly lethal and claims the lives of thousands every year – Steve Jobs (who had a rare form) and Patrick Swayze were two of the most public patients to battle the disease.

Do you know someone who is also fighting a battle with cancer? Tell us how these stories inspire you to fight everyday’s battles!

Source: People

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