TV reporter ‘Mortified’ defends herself after interviewing Adele Mishap – NBC10 Philadelphia


After his interview with Adele, Australian reporter Matt Doran wants fans to go go easy on him.

Doran, who serves as one of the hosts of Channel 7’s “The Weekend Sunrise”, flew to London on 4 November for an exclusive interview with Adele for her album, “30. “

During a talk with the Grammy Award winner, the TV presenter revealed that he has not heard the album, other than the lead single, “Easy on Me”. After admission, each Guardians, the interview has been postponed and Sony is said to not be releasing the footage.

In a statement to E! In the news, Doran blamed the incident of confusion on a erroneous email and said he was “devastated that her fans are being denied this interview.”

“When I sat down to interview Adele, I didn’t really know that I had received a preview email of her unreleased album,” said Doran, who interviewed the singer prior to the release of “30”, saved. idea. “I later found out it was sent to me as an ‘e-card’ link after we landed in London the day before the interview. During my lengthy telephone discussion with the previous Sony rep, I was never informed that a preview was in the works. was available.”

Adele over the years

“It’s an oversight,” he continued. “But it was NOT an intentional snub. This is the most important email I’ve ever overlooked, and I deeply regret and emphatically apologize.”

Doran also addressed reports claiming Adele had abruptly left the interview after receiving his album.

“To suggest that the interview was disrespectful – or that Adele walked away – is incorrect,” he said. “Actually, it worked well over time and we have a great relationship. Adele is funny, attractive, generous, honest and insightful. As for the record, I never spoke. , ‘I haven’t listened to your album.’ I said, “I just had the privilege of hearing ‘Easy On Me’, and it sounds like you’ve created something extraordinary.”

Later highly anticipated album, which break Apple Music record three weeks before its release on November 19, Doran continued, “As part of a lengthy discussion (more than 50% of interviews are conjecture) specifically about the new album, I commented that there would be less when it comes to heartbreak and divorce; instead, it’s about empowerment and hope, as well as the courage it takes to steer your life in a different direction.”

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