Wendy Williams: Clive Davis Memoir & Camilla Luddington = Lara Croft

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Wendy Williams: Clive Davis Memoir & Camilla Luddington = Lara Croft

On March 5 2013, Wendy Williams talks to Camilla Luddington about the new Tomb Raider video game. (Helga Esteb / Shutterstock.com)

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Wendy Williams: Clive Davis vs. Kelly Clarkson

Music mogul Clive Davis is making headlines with his somewhat controversial new memoir, The Soundtrack of My Life. His legendary producing career has given him enough material to write about virtually every chart topping artist there is. He talks about producing Whitney Houston, Janis Joplin, Diddy, Billy Joel, Neil Diamond and of course Kelly Clarkson.

Clarkson and Davis have been in a small feud since the book released. Davis made her out to be selfish, entitled and bratty, saying she never wanted to include “Since U Been Gone” on her album Breakaway. Clarkson fired back when he said she cried infront of him. The only time Clarkson admitted to crying in front of Davis was when she sang him “Because of You.” Davis countered, saying the book is an accurate depiction of how he remembers their time together.

Wendy Williams: Camilla Luddington Tomb Raider

Grey’s Anatomy star Camilla Luddington is telling Wendy about her new Tomb Raider video game. While many remember her from Grey’s I think of her as Kate Middleton. Luddington played the famous duchess in William & Katethe Lifetime retelling of my favorite romance. Luddington actually grew up in the same town as Middleton and did a fairly decent job with a pretty cheesy film.

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That’s why seeing her as the new Lara Croft is a little strange. Luddington gives the face, body and voice to the new Tomb Raider video game. The process was fairly involved. Luddington had to watch someone playing the video game and then record her facial expressions and reactions to what her avatar did. She told Entertainment Weekly that she was still filming William & Kate at the time and felt like she had a split personality.

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