Kelly Clarkson's advice to Taylor Swift

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Clarkson has also spoken about being bullied in the music industry and so shared her support for the American singer. "I'd buy all of the new versions to prove a point", Kelly tweeted after hearing the news.

But as it turns out, the Grammy victor failed to occur up with the concept on her individual.

"I wasn't trying to defend or offend anyone. It was more like, Reba told me she did that", Clarkson added, referring to her mother-in-law and famous country singer, Reba McEntire. She re-slice all her tunes and did the exact musicians, same everything. "That's where I got the idea", she concluded in the interview with this.

"I have a very high standard", she explains, noting, "I grew up watching Oprah and crying with her and being inspired by her guests and all that".

"Taylor is [an] artist, like she's been writing since she was a little girl".

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On a recent episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Clarkson opened up about how she came to give Swift this important suggestion.

"I don't really care about owning my masters or not". I'm just like, 'Whatever, I'm going to sing until I'm dead. It is really fantastic. "I really don't treatment'". "So, you know, I had a high bar!" "So I can see how it would subject". "Hopefully they'll be there for me when I need it". She had re-recorded and released all of her original songs in order to take ownership of the catalog.

But as it turns out, the Grammy victor didn't come up with the idea on her own. "I had to make the excruciating preference to leave driving my earlier. New music I wrote on my bedroom ground and films I dreamed up and compensated for from the revenue I attained participating in in bars, then golf equipment, then arenas, then stadiums".

Before an incredible performance of Dolly Parton's "9 to 5", Steve Carell walked on stage to introduce Clarkson in the most epic way: mimicking the infamous moment he screamed her name in The 40-Year-Old Virgin. While promoting her seventh album Lover on Good Morning America, she confirmed she will be re-recording her work.

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