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Interviewer apologizes to Adele for insulting her during an interview




Australian TV reporter, Matt Doran recently travelled from Australia to London for an exclusive interview with Adele – an interview which was meant to be one of the highlights of his career – however it didn’t quite go as planned.


Ahead of singer Adele’s recent album, ‘’30’’, the Australian host was set to sit down with Adele to discuss the record, with it apparently being part of a huge $1 million package deal, with broadcast rights to Adele’s ‘’One Night Only’’ TV special, as well as being the only Australian interview up until this point.

The interview took a turn when Doran told Adele he had only listened to her latest single ‘’Easy on Me’’, and not the whole album. The reason (of many) that this has become a big deal is because Adele’s team had sent the album ahead of the interview in order for them to discuss it.


After the news of Doran’s massive mistake in his career was leaked, he took to the internet to apologize.

“This is a story that has sparked a torrent of abuse and mockery from around the world, and if I’m being honest with you, the bulk of this savaging, I deserve, and I totally own”

“I flew to London to interview Adele, an unspeakable privilege and what was to be one of the highlights of my career. I made the terrible mistake of assuming we weren’t to be given a preview copy of this album because our interview was airing before it was released, and Adele’s album was the industry’s most prized secret.”

“The day after — after we landed in London — an email came through from Sony. It didn’t mention Adele, but it did contain a link to her album. The genuine, dead-set, hand-on-heart truth is that I missed it by an absurdly long margin — the most

“The interview itself — Adele didn’t walk out. It ran over time.”


Doran continued to mention how they both discussed loads of other things too such as divorce, how private she is and her voice, however the interview has not aired.

Doran did mention the mistake was made as he ‘’missed the link’’ of which Sony emailed him, however went on to express there is no amount of justification.

To end his apology, he did quote one of Adele’s new tracks from the album, ‘’Hold On’’, with “Sometimes forgiveness is easiest in secret. I’m not expecting that forgiveness. But I do owe you an apology.”

Next time he will be sure to double – even triple – check his emails!

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