I don't think he was wrong because I don't think he meant to offend her or be rude. He was simply joking around, and the whole incident was meant to be in good fun. Also, right after it happened, Clay backed down immediately. He saw that he had annoyed her, and stopped. If anyone saw the entire show, it is easy to see that there was playful banter going on betwen the two of them from the beginning. Kelly would say something to Clay, Clay would say something to Kelly and so on. They made fun of eachother, but it was meant to be a joke. I personally think she blew the entire incident out of proportion. What bugged me the most is that she made it seem as if she hade moved on and gotten over the entire thing, and made Clay feel as if everything was ok. When he was interviewed right after the show took place, he only had good things to say about Kelly and how she's great at what she does etc. This was before even hearing what she said on Monday. Then Kelly, instead of simply telling Clay that she had a problem with what happened during the show, she bashes him on national television, AFTER he said good things about her. If she really had a problem, she should have settled if offscreen. And like I already mentioned, he meant the entire thing to be a joke, and she blew it out of proportion. There are even reports from people who were at the show and backstage, and Clay appoligized to her that same day, and she said she accepted. Either way, Kelly should have setteld her problems privately.