How to audit your child’s audition
The Kidz Bop audition has been a source of much debate over the years.
But the recent controversy surrounding a video posted to YouTube last month that shows Kelly Clarkson appearing to make an obscene gesture to a woman at a public audition in the US may have put the spotlight on the subject.
The video, which has received over 1.4 million views, is believed to be the first to be filmed by a member of the public.
As well as Clarkson, a member in the audience appears to make the lewd gesture towards the woman and the woman is seen laughing and laughing and making an obscene hand gesture towards her.
It is alleged that Clarkson made the offensive gesture at the woman as she was standing at a busy intersection.
Clarkson has apologised for the incident, but the video has prompted outrage.
Clarkson’s representatives have denied the incident ever took place.
“We are incredibly sorry and we’re trying to find the source of the video and find the people who filmed it,” a spokesperson for the singer said.
“We are now speaking to a trusted professional to determine exactly what happened and what we can do about it.”
According to TMZ, Clarkson made an obscene “woke” gesture towards an actress at the audition.
The video was posted on March 11 and has since garnered over 1,400,000 views, with many commenters calling for Clarkson to be banned from performing in the future.
Despite the controversy, the singer has continued to appear on the television show Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Clarkson has previously admitted to being a racist and misogynistic person, but this time it appears he is not averse to admitting his own flaws.
He told a US TV station that he did not think that women were “good people”.
“I’ve been in the business for too long and I’m going to stop being a victim, because you can’t take it anymore,” he said.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Clarkson said that he was “really disappointed” in his fellow entertainers.
Clarksons apology has been met with a mixed response, with some praising him for his apology and others calling for him to be expelled from the entertainment industry.
“I think Kelly is a really good singer and a really talented actress, and I respect her,” Gloria Steinem said.
But other commentators have criticised Clarkson’s apology.
“I am not so sure that Kelly Clarkson has changed.
He has never apologized for his behaviour,” said Samantha Bee.
“He has never stood up for what he believes is right.
He is not doing anything right and he’s a bigot.”
But many have defended Clarkson’s actions, saying that it was only by making an “inappropriate” gesture that Clarkson was actually admitting to his own racist views.
“It’s the way he speaks to people that’s so shocking,” said Maddy Dunn.
“You’d think if he had been making an inappropriate gesture he would have been a little more apologetic.
But it doesn’t really matter because he’s just a racist.”
“If you’re a racist, Kelly Clarkson is going to be a racist,” Joanna Kruger added.
He’s an idiot. “
But at the end of the day, Kelly is racist.
He’s an idiot.
It’s just one of those things.
I’ve never seen anything like it in my entire life.”
The controversy over the footage prompted the actress to release a statement to the press.
“We were all very excited to be working with Kelly Clarkson and to be able to work with him again, and to see him perform again,” Dannon Jenkins said.