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Kelly Clarkson says Taylor Swift should ‘re-record all her songs’ amid feud with Scooter Braun

Kelly Clarkson says Taylor Swift should ‘re-record all her songs’ amid her feud with producer Scooter Braun over her master recordings

Kelly Clarkson has advised Taylor Swift to ‘re-record all her songs’ amid her feud with producer Scooter Braun over her master recordings.

Earlier this month, Love Story hitmaker Taylor, 29, claimed Scooter, 38, had purchased Big Machine Label Group from Scott Borchetta, which released all of her studio albums and owns her masters, in a $300 million deal without her knowledge. 

And American Idol champ Kelly, 37, has appeared to form an alliance with the fellow musician as she took to Twitter on Saturday to suggest she should re-record her music ‘to prove a point.’

Stepping in to help: Kelly Clarkson has advised Taylor Swift to ‘re-record all her songs’ amid her feud with producer Scooter Braun over her master recordings

The A Moment Like This songstress wrote on her widely-followed social media account: ‘@taylorswift13 just a thought, U should go in & re-record all the songs that U don’t own the masters on exactly how U did them…[sic]

‘But put brand new art & some kind of incentive so fans will no longer buy the old versions. I’d buy all of the new versions just to prove a point’ [sic].  

Taylor shocked fans when she claimed she learned that Scooter bought Big Machine Records, her record label of 12 years, and therefore her music catalog in the press. 

Wow: Earlier this month, Love Story hitmaker Taylor, 29, claimed Scooter, 38, had purchased her master recordings in a $300 million deal without her knowledge

Wow: Earlier this month, Love Story hitmaker Taylor, 29, claimed Scooter, 38, had purchased her master recordings in a $300 million deal without her knowledge

Advice: American Idol champ Kelly, 37, took to Twitter on Saturday to suggest she should re-record her music 'to prove a point.'

Advice: American Idol champ Kelly, 37, took to Twitter on Saturday to suggest she should re-record her music ‘to prove a point.’

She went on to accuse him of ‘manipulative bullying,’ and since the sides, through friends, have publicly had a he-said-she-said. 

A source recently told People that Taylor has ‘no regrets expressing her thoughts about Scooter acquiring her music catalog. She wanted to share her truth with her fans.’ 

While people on Scooter’s side have denied her claims she was unaware of the sale, her lawyer explained: ‘Scott Borchetta [former owner of Big Machine Records] never gave Taylor Swift an opportunity to purchase her masters, or the label, outright with a check in the way he is now apparently doing for others.’ 

Oh dear: Taylor shocked fans when she claimed she learned that Scooter (R) bought Big Machine Records, her record label of 12 years, and therefore her music catalog in the press

Oh dear: Taylor shocked fans when she claimed she learned that Scooter (R) bought Big Machine Records, her record label of 12 years, and therefore her music catalog in the press

It seems like the superstar ultimately is getting the last laugh, since Forbes announced that she has topped the list of highest earning celebs in 2018. 

Her Reputation tour became the highest earning tour of all time, grossing $266 million, and her upcoming album, Lover, is poised to help her land on the list next year as well. 

She has already released two songs from the upcoming LP, Me! and You Need to Calm Down, the first of which has the biggest single week jump on the Billboard Hot 100 ever, going from 100 to 2.  

Impressive: It seems like the superstar ultimately is getting the last laugh, since Forbes announced that she has topped the list of highest earning celebs in 2018

Impressive: It seems like the superstar ultimately is getting the last laugh, since Forbes announced that she has topped the list of highest earning celebs in 2018

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