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Sheryl Crow doesn't understand the "big stink" over Taylor Swift's masters controversy

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Sheryl Crow doesn't understand the Taylor Swift masters controversy.

Crow was Wednesday night's special guest on Watch What Happens Live!  During the Q&A portion of the show, a fan asked the "Soak up the Sun" singer about her thoughts on the drama surrounding Taylor and the master recordings of her songs.

The fan referenced Crow's recent signing to Taylor's former label, Big Machine Records, which is now owned by Scooter Braun, a man Taylor evidently hates. In an emotional Tumblr post, Swift publicly decried Braun assuming ownership of the masters of her songs, calling it her "worst case scenario."

The controversy also drew the proverbial line in the sand where numerous artists publicly chose sides.

Looks like Sheryl Crow picked hers.  She said, "That’s totally not unusual for your masters to change hands, like, 9,000 times. I don’t know what the big stink was."

She added, "I’m kind of out of the loop, so I don’t really know."

By the looks of the comments section on the clip, now up on YouTube, Crow won't be out of the loop for very long.

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