Clarkson slams Clive Davis’ memoir: he “bullied” me

Kelly Clarkson is calling BS on Clive Davis’ new memoir, The Soundtrack of My Life. As reported earlier in the day on Tuesday (Feb. 18), the legendary music producer, 80, reveals much about his historic career working with the likes of Whitney Houston, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan and many others -- and reveals for the first time that he is bisexual, with numerous same-sex relationships in his past.

Kelly Clarkson is calling BS on Clive Davis’ new memoir, The Soundtrack of My Life. As reported earlier in the day on Tuesday (Feb. 18), the legendary music producer, 80, reveals much about his historic career working with the likes of Whitney Houston, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan and many others -- and reveals for the first time that he is bisexual, with numerous same-sex relationships in his past.

But inaugural American Idol winner Clarkson, 30, takes major issue with many of Davis’ claims as it relates to her own hugely successful music career; Davis collaborated many times with the “Already Gone” singer.

“So I just heard Clive Davis is releasing a memoir and spreading false information about me and my music,” Clarkson wrote in a lengthy post on her WhoSay blog.

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