Kelly Clarkson: I Was ‘Blackmailed’ Into Working With Dr. Luke!

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Kelly Clarkson is not a fan of producer Dr. Luke! The heavily pregnant pop singer alluded to not liking Dr. Luke especially after hearing about Kesha’s situation with him. Kelly called into Australia’s Kyle and Jackie O radio show and talked about the producer. “He’s not a good person to me. We’ve clashed, but I can’t really say anything other than that.”

Kelly did go on to explain her stanceon Kesha and added that Dr. Luke is a difficult and demeaning person. “Her fans are like, ‘Oh, why don’t you stand up for her?’ I wasn’t there. I don’t know what happened specifically in their situation. Obviously I wasn’t in the room. But I can remark on his character. Unfortunately when you have that poor of character, like so many artists don’t like you and don’t like working with you. You know, that’s not normal. I get along with everybody I work with. He’s just not a good guy for me.”

“Obviously he’s a talented dude, but he’s lied a lot. I’ve run into a couple of really bad situations, musically. It’s really hard for me because he’ll just lie to people, and it makes the artist look bad. He’s kind of difficult to work with and kind of demeaning. It’s just kind of unfortunate.”

“The last time I worked with him, I only worked with him because literally I got blackmailed by my label. They were like, ‘We will not put your album out if you don’t do this.’ It was a really hard time for me. And I tried to make the best of the situation.”

Kelly and Dr. Luke worked on “Since U Been Gone,” “Behind These Hazel Eyes,” and “My Life Would Suck Without You”  together.

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