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Entertainment Matt Doran's on-air apology to Adele

02:11  29 november  2021
02:11  29 november  2021 Source:   nowtolove.com.au

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Channel 7 reporter Matt Doran suspended over million car crash Adele interview - after the offended superstar singer 'walked out' when he admitted he hadn't listened to her new album. By D. Lawrance For Daily Mail Australia. Published: 22:08 GMT, 20 November 2021 | Updated: 16:38 GMT, 21 November 2021. Caught off guard: Weekend Sunrise host Matt Doran has been taken off the air for two weeks after 'offending' Adele (pictured). Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Seven for comment.

On Saturday, Nov. 27, Matt Doran , a journalist and co-host of Australian TV show Weekend Sunrise , concluded his broadcast by addressing an embarrassing incident that drew scorn on social media: He recently admitted that while interviewing Adele , he disclosed that he had "only had the privilege of hearing" Adele has not responded publicly to Doran ' s apology or to the initial reports of the interview mishap. During his on - air mea culpa, Doran denied claims that the singer left their interview early. "The interview itself, Adele didn't walk out," he said. "It ran overtime." Doran said most of the interview

Matt Doran has issued an on-air apology to Adele after admitting he didn't listen to the singer's new album before flying to London for an exclusive interview. During the sit-down with Adele, Matt reportedly didn't ask any questions about her new album, 30, and later admitted he missed an email from Sony that contained a copy of the record. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Matt Doran has issued an on-air apology to Adele after admitting he didn't listen to the singer's new album before flying to London for an exclusive interview. During the sit-down with Adele, Matt reportedly didn't ask any questions about her new album, 30, and later admitted he missed an email from Sony that contained a copy of the record.

Weekend Sunrise co-host Matt Doran has issued an on-air apology to Adele after admitting he didn't listen to the singer's new album before flying to London for an exclusive interview.

During the sit-down with Adele, Matt reportedly didn't ask any questions about her new album, 30, and later admitted he missed an email from Sony that contained a copy of the record.

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On Saturday, Nov. 27, Matt Doran , a journalist and co-host of Australian TV show Weekend Sunrise, concluded his broadcast by addressing an embarrassing incident that drew scorn on social media: He recently admitted that while interviewing Adele , he disclosed that he had "only had the privilege of hearing" Adele has not responded publicly to Doran ' s apology or to the initial reports of the interview mishap. During his on - air mea culpa, Doran denied claims that the singer left their interview early. "The interview itself, Adele didn't walk out," he said. "It ran overtime." Doran said most of the interview

'Weekend Sunrise' host Matt Doran issued an apology to Adele after he seemingly showed up unprepared for an interview with her about '30.' In his apology , which had him addressing the topic for more than two minutes, Doran described how the sit-down with Adele had gone, from his perspective. “The interview itself: Adele didn’t walk out,” he clarified. “It ran overtime. At least half of the interview focused squarely on the new music, that I thought it was reductive to describe it as simply being about divorce, that it was about empowerment and what inspired people to summon the

Speaking live on Weekend Sunrise on Sunday, Matt addressed the now-infamous blunder, and said he's had received a "torrent of abuse and mockery from around the world".

Speaking on Weekend Sunrise on Sunday, Matt addressed the now-infamous interview. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Speaking on Weekend Sunrise on Sunday, Matt addressed the now-infamous interview.

"If I'm being honest with you, the bulk of this savaging I deserve and I totally own," he said. "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 a 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 37-year-old journalist said the email containing a link to the album was the "most important email I've ever missed in my life".

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Australian TV Reporter Matt Doran issued a lengthy mea culpa to Adele on the air after a major mishap soured an interview, which never ended up being broadcast. When it comes to apologies , this man' s mea culpa to Adele is (rolling in the) deep. On Saturday, Nov. 27, Matt Doran , a journalist and co-host of Australian TV show Weekend Sunrise, concluded his broadcast by addressing an embarrassing incident that drew scorn on social media: He recently admitted that while interviewing Adele , he disclosed that he had "only had the privilege of hearing" her new single "Easy On Me."

Weekend Sunrise star Matt Doran has publicly apologised to Adele after his disatrous interview with the superstar went viral earlier this week. Read his more here. Matt ' s gaffe was said to have outraged Adele ' s record label Sony, which then refused to allow the network to air the interview — the Grammy award winner' s only Aussie chat — as part of its million package. A package that also included broadcast rights to Adele ' s One Night Only concert and her sit-down with Oprah Winfrey.

"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," he said.

"The genuine, dead-set, hand on heart truth is that I missed it. By an absurdly long margin, the most important email I've ever missed in my life."

Matt went on to deny claims that a fed-up Adele walked out of their interview, and revealed they had actually ran over time.

"At least half of the interview focused squarely on the new music," he said.

"Throughout the 29 minutes, Adele was profound, she was very funny, she was raw and then she was honest. Honest enough to describe her depression as 'end-of-the-world stuff".

Matt denied claims that a fed-up Adele walked out of their interview. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Matt denied claims that a fed-up Adele walked out of their interview.

He went on to apologise directly to the singer, saying: "To Adele, I say, I'd never have knowingly disrespected you by deliberately not listening to your work. I am so sorry.

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Australian TV host Matt Doran came forth apologising to Adele on - air after insulting her previously. The Weekend Sunrise host, during an interview with Adele , recently admitted that he had "only had the privilege of hearing" her new single Easy On Me. However, Doran was previously offered the chance to listen to the singer' s entire long-awaited new album, 30, and failed to notice a work email containing a link to it, making him ill-prepared for the interview, which ultimately was never broadcast. "This is a story that has sparked a torrent of abuse and mockery from around the world and, if I'm being honest with

Weekend Sunrise host Matt Doran has spoken on air for the first time about the “terrible mistake” that led to his infamously botched Adele interview.

"I also apologise to Adele's Australian fans, and to you, our viewers, who through my error have been denied this interview and the insight into her character."

Following the disastrous sit-down, which cost Channel Seven $1million, Sony blocked the network from using the interview footage.

Channel Seven was then forced to hastily piece together footage of artists covering Adele for the One Night Only special.

Matt said the scandal prompted media outlets from across the globe to contact him. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Matt said the scandal prompted media outlets from across the globe to contact him.

Matt's candid on-air apology comes after he told The Daily Telegraph that the scandal prompted media outlets from across the globe to contact him.

"I've had inquiries from Good Morning Britain, CNN, Dubai and Japan," he said on Friday.

He also denied reports that he was ill-prepared, and told the publication he had spent hours getting ready for the interview.

"I spent the next five hours at my desk preparing for the interview. And we got to the interview three hours early the next day," he said.

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