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In 2008, she was appointed to the position of executive vice president of talent development at Warner Bros.

She has also written songs that have been used as themes such as "Taking Chances" on Glee, "Come Clean" on Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County, "Autobiography" on The Ashlee Simpson Show and "Ain’t No Other Man" on Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel.

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She has written many songs sung by Idol winners and alumni such as Kelly Clarkson, Allison Iraheta, David Archuleta, Carrie Underwood, Diana De Garmo, Katharine Mc Phee, Kris Allen, Danny Gokey, and Adam Lambert.

She co-wrote the American Idol season eight coronation single, "No Boundaries", which was performed by both finalists during the competition.

She has also written songs that have been used as themes such as "Taking Chances" on Glee, "Come Clean" on Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County, "Autobiography" on The Ashlee Simpson Show and "Ain’t No Other Man" on Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel.

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She has written many songs sung by Idol winners and alumni such as Kelly Clarkson, Allison Iraheta, David Archuleta, Carrie Underwood, Diana De Garmo, Katharine Mc Phee, Kris Allen, Danny Gokey, and Adam Lambert.

She co-wrote the American Idol season eight coronation single, "No Boundaries", which was performed by both finalists during the competition.

:) In a way it is really nice of this athletic/entertainment company to let this performer save face by giving an excuse for leaving the company.