Kelly Clarkson has responded to a Rolling Stone report accusing her daytime discuss present of being a poisonous office.

Clarkson issued a assertion on her Instagram web page Saturday. She addressed the allegations after 11 present and former workers complained about being overworked and underpaid on “The Kelly Clarkson Present” and in addition known as their work “traumatizing to their psychological well being” within the journal’s Friday report.

Within the report, the nameless workers known as Clarkson “unbelievable” however mentioned present producers had been “monsters” who made their lives “hell.”

Clarkson mentioned she loves her staff.

“To search out out that anybody is feeling unheard and or disrespected on this present is unacceptable,” she mentioned within the publish. The discuss present host mentioned she desires to keep up a wholesome and protected work surroundings.

“As we put together for a transfer to the East Coast, I’m extra dedicated than ever to making sure that not solely our staff is shifting, but in addition our new staff in NY is comprised of one of the best and kindest within the enterprise,” she mentioned. “A part of that construct will embody management coaching for all the senior employees, together with myself.”

Clarkson mentioned that there’s “at all times room to develop” and that she desires the present to be the “finest model of ourselves in any enterprise.”

“Particularly in terms of management, to make sure that any notion of toxicity is eradicated,” she mentioned.

An NBCUniversal spokesperson mentioned in a press release that the leisure company is “dedicated to a protected and respectful work surroundings.” The assertion learn that office complaints are taken “very significantly and to insinuate in any other case is unfaithful.”

“When points are reported they’re promptly reviewed, investigated and acted upon as applicable,” the assertion mentioned. “’The Kelly Clarkson Present’ strives to construct a protected, respectful and equitable office that nurtures a tradition of inclusivity and creativity.”