The organisers and host James Corden of the Brit Awards 2012 have issued an apology to Adele for interrupting and cutting her acceptance speech when she got the Mastercard British Album Of The Year award at Tuesday night"s ceremony in London. A spokesperson for the TV network has claimed they had no choice as the programme was over running.
After the show got over, James Corden spoke to the media and said sorry to Adele. The host said, “I"m alright. I just feel bad about having to cut Adele off. I really don"t understand quite why I was made to (by TV bosses), but it"s not a very nice way to end."
James Corden added, “I was having the best night of my life but then I had to cut Adele off before she had a chance to say thank you - she"s the biggest star in the world. I don"t quite understand what happened - but I"m quite upset about it. Blur playing for 11 minutes and she gets to just say 'Thank you" once. Up until then, I thought we"d really (been terrific)."
Meanwhile, a spokesperson for the ITV also issued the apology to singer Adele. The spokesperson said, “The Brits is a live event. Unfortunately the programme was over running and we had to move on. We would like to apologise to Adele for the interruption."
However, Adele, who was deeply hurt by their act, flung the middle finger when her acceptance speech was interrupted by the bosses. Talking about it later at the backstage, the singer said, “That was for the suits (organisers) at the Brit Awards, not my fans. I"m sorry if I offended anyone but the suits offended me. I was about to thank the British public for all their support but they cut me off."