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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by posttoastie, Oct 30, 2020.
Imagine an endless string of "reporters" Just Like This.
No wonder many celebs don't like to do interviews.
"Welp...time to go answer the exact same questions I've been answering for the last 10 years..."
Ok, but did he HAVE to do the sexist thing? And, if you don't like the questions, why not say something like "Ask me about my book that I'm writing." or "Would your readers like to know my stage setup?" If you're getting the same old questions, take the interview where you want it to go and don't be an ass. You never see Brian May act like that with the exception of the paparazzi who were completely harassing him before he lost it on them.
No. but I don't blame him. He was too nice and too patient with her as-is, IMO
Of course! He wouldn't be a famous rock star without it. Some human behaviors will never die, libbie weenies be damned.
What on earth are you guys talking about? Eddie was playing a celebrity golf tournament. He was on stage at a public event. He was the one whose performance was lacking. She asked him about the charity the tournament was benefiting. She's looking for a statement about the charity she can use to explain it to her viewers. If he had been a good interviewee and explained it, she would've followed it with a question about whether he had a personal connection to said charity. This is raw footage. She asked about him coming to America. It's German TV covering an American celebrity in the U.S., so asking about his immigrant experience certainly seems relevant.
He might have been more comfortable if he could speak in Dutch to her.