As you know, superstar Adele recently went on a promo tour for her highly anticipated album 30.
Part of that promotion was an interview with Weekend Sunrise's host Matt Doran. However, his interview with Adele — to put it lightly — did not go as planned.
Doran and a crew traveled from Australia to London to interview Adele ahead of 30's release. According to the Guardian, the interview was "part of a $1m package, including broadcast rights to Adele’s One Night Only television special."
Here's where things went wrong: The interview happened but was actually scrapped and canceled after Doran told Adele — THE ADELE!!! — that he had only listened to her single "Easy on Me." NOT THE ALBUM.
Her team, according to the Guardian, had sent the album ahead of time for the interview — you know, to talk about it! After news leaked of Doran's mistake, Doran apologized on air Friday.
"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," he began his statement.
"I am so sorry"@MattDoran22 apologises to @Adele and her Australian fans over his recent interview with the music superstar.