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Monday, May 15, 2023

Kelly Clarkson Addresses Allegations Of Toxic Workplace Culture In Her Talk Show

In recent news, Kelly Clarkson has addressed several allegations that have been going around of her talk show being a toxic workplace for many. 

A couple of days ago, some editors of the popular Rolling Stone magazine got together to publish a report, in which they alleged that employees working at the Kelly Clarkson show are underpaid and overworked.

The report went on to say that crew members belonging to the program say that it is traumatizing and damaging to their mental wellness.

After hearing about these allegations, the singer took to social media to speak out over the issue. She issued a straightforward statement, stating that she will tackle any problems that are arising.

The popstar further added that in her 20 years in the entertainment industry, she has always chosen to go where her heart takes her, which is why she has moved in the right direction.

According to Kelly, she absolutely loves her show and does not want anyone on it to feel like they are not being listened to or disrespected. 

All the anonymous complaints made related to the show said that employees felt dismissed and degraded by the behavior of the management.

However, staff members insisted that Kelly herself is not aware of any difficulties being experienced by them. They further added that she is fantastic. 

In her social media post, the star promised that she has always been and will be committed to ensuring that the Kelly Clarkson Show has a healthy and safe environment.

She has promised to dedicate herself to her staff and fans, as the show will move toward the East Coast.

The 41-year-old also added that her team in New York is possibly the best in the business. Even so, before the move, leadership training will be provided for all senior staff.

The singer herself will have to go through training as well, to encourage management and show people that she is committed to this cause.

She ended her post by saying that people always shave room to grow and ensure that they become the best version of themselves, which is what she wants to do.

Lastly, the hitmaker promised to get rid of any notion of toxicity that exists in her show.

In other news, the UK had to face a disappointing loss at the Eurovision Song Contest. Mae Muller was upset when she came in second last with her I Wrote A Song. 

However, in a surprising turn of events, the song is quickly heading toward the Top 10 list for the first time ever. 

Consequently, the banger from Eurodance is expected to shimmy at least thirty-six places and reach a new peak of No. 9. 

It is also predicted to be a great week for Loreen, the winner of the Swedish Eurovision. She is the first Swedish woman and the second person overall to have won this honor twice.

Her song is likely to debut at the 28th position, right alongside Tattoo.

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