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Matt Doran STORMS OFF Weekend Sunrise during on-air blunder… after his botched Adele interview

Channel Seven’s Matt Doran ditched his script and stormed off the Weekend Sunrise set during Sunday’s episode.

Doran, 38, and co-host Sally Bowrey tried Dr. Kevin France of Astrophysics & Planetary Sciences about NASA’s rocket launch, but ran into a technical problem when they didn’t hear him speak for the second time.

It comes after Doran screwed up an exclusive interview with Adele late last year.

Channel Seven's Matt Doran, 38, ditched his script and STORM OFF THE Weekend Sunrise set during a mid-air blunder on Sunday's episode.  Pictured with co-host Sally Bowrey

Channel Seven’s Matt Doran, 38, ditched his script and STORM OFF THE Weekend Sunrise set during a mid-air blunder on Sunday’s episode. Pictured with co-host Sally Bowrey

Doran and Bowrey interviewed France about NASA’s new mission from June 26 to July 12 from the Northern Territory.

An outage occurred when the co-hosts didn’t hear France answer their question.

“Please tell me we can send a rocket 300 miles into orbit, but we can’t communicate with Kevin,” Doran joked.

He then apologized for “wandering around for a few minutes” in hopes that producers could fix the blunder in the sky.

Doran and Bowrey tried Dr.  Kevin France of Astrophysics & Planetary Sciences (pictured) about NASA's rocket launch, but ran into a technical problem when they didn't hear him speak for the second time

Doran and Bowrey tried Dr. Kevin France of Astrophysics & Planetary Sciences (pictured) about NASA’s rocket launch, but ran into a technical problem when they didn’t hear him speak for the second time

“I’m going to continue wandering around for a few more minutes, hoping we can connect. I apologize to Kevin, my apologies to our audience,” he said.

Doran and Bowrey were able to establish a connection with France, only to lose him again.

Playfully, Doran threw away his script and walked off the set, but returned shortly after.

Doran resumed broadcasting on Channel Seven in early March after taking a long break to focus on his mental health.

The seasoned reporter had taken time off from work in late January to recuperate after being heavily trolled over his infamously botched interview with Adele in late 2021.

Playfully, Doran threw away his script and walked off the set, but returned shortly after

Playfully, Doran threw away his script and walked off the set, but returned shortly after

He reportedly spent time in a mental health facility, with a source saying: The Sunday Telegraph in February he was battling “severe and chronic depression.”

Doran made headlines around the world in November when it was revealed that he had flown to London to interview Adele, 34, but hadn’t listened to her new album beforehand – angering her label so much that they refused to release the footage. to give.

He was later forced to apologize to the singer after admitting he hadn’t listened to her album, 30, prior to his interview with her.

Seven had gotten an exclusive interview with the star as part of the $1 million package that also included the broadcast rights to Adele’s One Night Only concert and her sit-down with Oprah Winfrey.

It comes after Doran took time off from work at the end of January to recuperate after intensively trolling about his infamously botched interview with Adele (pictured) in late 2021

It comes after Doran took time off from work at the end of January to recuperate after intensively trolling about his infamously botched interview with Adele (pictured) in late 2021

Doran was flown to London in early November for the interview, where he told Adele that he had only heard one song from her latest release.

An ‘offended’ Adele would then have supposedly ‘stormed out of the interview’, according to The Daily Telegraph

However, Seven and Doran later disputed this, saying the singer wasn’t mad and that the interview actually took longer than planned.

Regardless, her label Sony was unimpressed and responded by banning the network from broadcasting any portion of the interview during the One Night Only package.

‘Furious’ Seven executives have also reportedly ‘suspended’ Doran for two weeks.

Both Seven and Doran denied this, saying there was no formal suspension and that he was just taking a week off.

Doran was flown to London in early November for the interview, where he told Adele that he had only heard one song from her latest release.

Doran was flown to London in early November for the interview, where he told Adele that he had only heard one song from her latest release.

In a long on-air apology on Sunrise on the weekend in November, Doran expressed regret after the incident.

“This is a story that has sparked a torrent of abuse and ridicule from around the world and, if I’m honest, most of this atrocity I deserve and I fully own,” he began.

Doran said he made a “terrible mistake” in assuming that Channel Seven had not received a sample copy of the album.

“The day after we landed in London, an email came in from Sony, not mentioning Adele, but a link to her album,” he continued.

“The real, unequivocal, hand-on-heart truth is that I missed it. By an absurdly long margin, the most important email I’ve ever missed in my life.”

In November, Doran said he had made a

In November, Doran said he had made a “terrible mistake” in assuming that Channel Seven had not received a sample copy of the album. Pictured with wife Kendall Bora

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