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Kelly Clarkson: Song Leaks Worse Than Being Physically Robbed



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Kelly Clarkson has said that the leaking of material for her upcoming album was worse than being physically robbed. Previously, the first ever American Idol winner had said that the leak had not made her angry.

Now the My Life Would Suck Without You singer has opened up about the whole thing, saying that having her songs illegally leaked online felt worse than being physically robbed. And she has been robbed before, more than once, so she is not making idle comparisons.

The singer had just returned from a vacation in Tahiti when she learned that dozens of new songs had been leaked on the internet. She confessed that she was worried about how the leak would affect her image, since there were unfinished songs, some of which will not make the new album.

As Clarkson (29) says, the eclectic leaks are bound to make fans wonder what direction she is taking her musical career.

Then she went back on her earlier words to admit the leak of her new music had made her angry.

“What made me mad was that – one, people stole from me, and two, everybody had no idea what my next album was going to sound like. That really caused a lot of confusion,” she admitted.

Kelly Clarkson revealed that she does not even have her new album “Stronger” on her computer because she is so worried about it being stolen and leaked again. So she  has still not heard the final version of the record.

One Response to “Kelly Clarkson: Song Leaks Worse Than Being Physically Robbed”

  1. SoKellyClarkson says:

    Huge fan of Kelly Clarkson :-) I am finishing a new fan site

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