Kelly Clarkson has done a lot of talking about reports of a feud with Clive Davis over the direction of her new album, My December. Now, she’s apologizing.
“I want to set the record straight on this by saying that I want my band, my advisers, those close to me and my record label to be one big, tightly knit family,” the 25-year-old singer said Monday in a statement.
For months, Clarkson has weathered — and also fuelled in candid interviews — reports of a battle with Davis, who oversees her label over the direction of My December, which was released June 26.
“I really regret how this has turned out and I apologize to those whom I have done disservice,” she said.