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Over the past few months, former Evanescence guitarist Ben Moody has found himself taking less and less flak from rock fans for producing part of Kelly Clarkson's album Breakaway.
"Now it's cool to like Kelly Clarkson, so I'm in the clear," Moody said.
"She's kind of popular now." Clarkson, of course, has been popular in pop circles since winning "American Idol" four years ago.
What Moody means is it's slowly become de rigueur for artists and music fans outside of that world to cheer on Clarkson, who is nominated for three MTV Video Music Awards this year (see "Green Day, Gwen, Missy Nab Most Nominations For MTV Video Music Awards") and will also perform at the show.
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"A lot of people have asked me about adding some cachet to Kelly Clarkson, as if I'm trying to tell people that she should be considered more than she is, but honestly, I was poking more fun at myself and my own weakness for a good hook. In that world, she got where she is because she can sing.
She's not some heiress with a Chihuahua." Fittingly, the humble Clarkson never expected "Since U Been Gone" to earn her such a widespread fanbase.
"I was like, 'Wow, that's a shockingly good song for a pop star,' " Leo said. I also really appreciate the more advanced pop pastiche aspects of it.
It's written in a way that is so transparent in terms of drawing from a lot of what's vaguely edgy and popular right now, but put together in such a perfect little package.
It's undeniable." Even though Leo only played it a few more times, bootlegs of his performances circulated around the Internet within a few weeks and it became his calling card, which he's not exactly thrilled about.