The ‘Kelly Clarkson Show’ Addresses Allegations of a ‘Toxic’ Work Environment

NBCUniversal put an end to the claims that The Kelly Clarkson Show was nasty behind the scenes.

A spokesman for NBCUniversal said, “We are committed to a safe and respectful work environment and take workplace complaints very seriously, and to insinuate otherwise is untrue.”

“When issues are reported, they are promptly reviewed, investigated, and acted upon as appropriate. The Kelly Clarkson Show strives to build a safe, respectful, and equitable workplace that nurtures a culture of inclusivity and creativity,” the statement said.

It comes after a story in Rolling Stone said that staffers on Kelly Clarkson’s show were “overworked” and “underpaid” and that their mental health was hurt by working on the show.

“I remember going up on the roof of the stage to cry, being like, ‘Oh, my gosh, what am I doing? Why am I putting myself through this?” A past worker said so.

“I think executive producer Alex Duda’s a monster.” One former employee told the outlet, ” I have a friend who’s an executive producer who warned me about taking this job because, apparently, she has done this on every show she’s worked on. “