Kelly Clarkson issued a statement on allegations of a toxic backstage work environment at The Kelly Clarkson Show.
If you’re not aware, it’s been reported that former employees of the show have claimed that the executive producer and showrunner Alex Duda created such a negative work environment through bullying and verbal abuse that employees suffered from physical illnesses and their mental health suffered greatly.
After NBC first shared a statement on the situation, Kelly also speaks.
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Sharing the statement on his Instagram, Kelly wrote that in his “20 years in the entertainment industry, I have always led with my heart and what I believed to be right”.
“I love my crew on ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’, and finding out that someone feels ignored and/or disrespected on this show is unacceptable.
“I have always been and will continue to be committed to creating and maintaining a safe and healthy environment at ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’. As we prepare to move to the East Coast, I am more committed than ever. to ensure that not only the train that moves, but also our team in New York, is made up of the best and nicest people in the business,” she said on.
“Part of this build will include leadership training for all of my senior staff, including myself,” Kelly added. “There is always room to grow and make sure we are all/become the best version of ourselves in any company, especially when it comes to leadership, to make sure any notion of toxicity is eradicated.”
Stay tuned for more developments on what’s to come.
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