Doran flew to London for the interview with the British singer, but said he missed ‘the most important email of his life’ containing the link to a preview of the album a day after arrival. He called it a “terrible mistake.”
Adele was said to have walked out of the interview after finding out that Doran hadn’t listened to her new record at all, but the Australian contradicts that. However, there was a lot of criticism online about his mistake, which he also took to heart in the broadcast on Saturday. “Most of all the criticism I deserve and is completely justified.”
According to Doran, Adele is “profound and funny”, but has offended her by missing the link to the album. However, he would not be “willingly disrespectful” to the singer.
However, because Doran had not prepared properly and had not heard the record, record company Sony does not want to release the material from the interview. Doran blames himself for that. “I also want to apologize to Adele’s Australian fans and our viewers, who have been deprived of this interview and a glimpse into her character due to my mistake.”
Journalist who has not listened to Adele’s new album says sorry: ‘Terrible mistake’ | gossip
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