Date: 2017-11-18 17:28
“It sickens me when management guys like to set the record straight about how f---ing creative they are and what geniuses they are," Stern said. “This guy is trying to diminish what she does? Doesn’t he have enough in life, can’t he tell his story without f---ing degrading her?”
Clarkson calls her vocal runs on this funky 8767 95s-influenced track “so Mariah” — and her high notes will have you feeling plenty of “Emotions,” too. 8775 I wanted to make something like the albums that I was inspired by when I was in junior high, 8776 Clarkson explains. 8775 If En Vogue or Whitney or Mariah were going to make an urban pop [album] now, what would that sound like? 8776
Ultimately, the acerbic Brit not to mention every other naysayer she's met along the way only served to stoke the fire within.
In his new memoir, "The Soundtrack of My Life," Davis spoke of a meeting with Clarkson about her sophomore album, in which Clarkson "burst in to hysterical sobbing."
And from day one, she was a fighter, her first battle staying strong in the face of Simon Cowell 's withering gaze and persistent skepticism of her superstar potential.
Talking about her time on Idol and weathering criticism for her choices from the likes of Simon Cowell, she told the Independent , "When you're a judge on a show like that, I think people are paying attention to ratings. I don't think they're necessarily caring about creating artists. And I think that's up to the artists. If you're an artist, you should fight for that. I know a lot of people from those shows that just want to be famous. That's very different. Anyone can be famous create a YouTube channel."
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Clarkson replied , "Who's spewing negativity? & please stop using the 'celebrity' thing. I'm a Texas girl who loves football & the NFL is doing just fine." (Meanwhile, much inflamed conversation among others started to ensue beneath these tweets.)
The "Move You" singer, who was thrilled to be paraphrased by Hillary Clinton in the former presidential candidate's election postmortem What Happened? , is no stranger to spiteful backlash, having already gotten an earful from folks who either didn't agree with her choice of candidate or didn't think she should talk politics at all (also because they disagreed with her choice of candidate) when she tweeted her support for Clinton before the election last year.