Australian reporter apologizes for Adele’s fiasco

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Matt Doran, who co-hosted “Weekend Sunrise” on Channel 7 of the country, traveled to London with the film crew to conduct an exclusive interview with the British singer and composer.

The interview took place earlier this month, but it will not be broadcast now because it is reported that after Dolan told the singer that he had not listened to her new album, Adele’s record company Sony Music refused to broadcast the video. .

Sony Music did not respond to CNN’s request for comment.

Two weeks ago, Dolan posted a photo of himself and a colleague with a handheld camera on Instagram, with the Thames and the Tower of London in the background. He wrote: “Go back with the boys! This one will be special…@7newsspotlight #london”

However, the interview did not go as planned, because Dolan had not heard the singer’s new album “30” before they met, which was her first album in six years.

In a statement to CNN, Dolan said he missed an email from Sony that contained a pre-copy of the album released on Friday.

He said: “When I sat down to interview Adele, I honestly didn’t realize that I had received her unreleased album preview email. Later I found out that it was sent as an’e-card’ link after we arrived in London. Mine. The day before the interview. During my lengthy phone discussion with a Sony representative, I was never told that a preview copy was being provided.

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“This is a major omission of mine, but it is not a deliberate negligence. This is the most important email I missed. I am ashamed and apologize clearly.”

Dolan refuted media reports that Adele “quit” the interview and said that they were still making a long story short, but he admitted that the interview would not be broadcast.

He said: “I am in awe of Adele’s music and the majesty of her voice. I offended her and it made me very painful. Of course, if I knew there was an album, I would listen to it. It was released. Now, deliberately not disturbing is unforgivable arrogance.

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“But to say that this interview is disrespectful-or Adele is gone-is not correct. In fact, it went well in overtime and our relationship is very good. Adele is very interesting and charming. , Generous, honest and profound, I was shocked that her fans were rejected for interviews.

“For the record,” he added, “I never said:’I have never heard of your album’. I said,’I was just fortunate enough to hear “Go Easy On Me” and it already sounds like you.’ Something extraordinary has been produced’.”




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