Russell Crowe & # 39; s desperate attempt to promote his band Indoor Garden Party is counterproductive, while radio presenters Jonesy and Amanda reveal that & # 39; playing his music is a condition to get an interview & # 39 ;
Russell Crowe & # 39; s desperate attempt to promote his band Indoor Garden Party on national radio failed badly this week.
The Gladiator star, 55, would appear on WSFM & # 39; s Jonesy & Amanda on Thursday to discuss his new TV series The Loudest Voice, but canceled at the last minute.
The next day, radio presenter Amanda Keller (57) revealed the embarrassing reason why Russell decided to unplug their interview at eleven o'clock.
How embarrassing! Russell Crowe & # 39; s desperate attempt to promote his band Indoor Garden Party has had a bad effect after a radio presenter revealed his bizarre interview conditions
& # 39; He has been canceled. I will tell you why – he would only talk about (The Loudest Voice) if we were to play his song, & Amanda said.
Her co-presenter Brendan & # 39; Jonesy & # 39; Jones then remarked that he didn't even know that Russell was still making music.
& # 39; He wanted us to play it, I didn't want to play it, & # 39; Amanda replied before playing a short soundbite from the track of Russell & # 39; s band Indoor Garden Party.
The truth was told: the Amanda Keller from WSFM (photo) revealed that Russell decided to unplug their interview at 11 am because the station would not play one of his songs
After giving WSFM a cold shoulder, Amanda said Russell instead decided to appear on Fitzy and Wippa of Nova 96.9 after they agreed to play his song.
They then broadcast a short clip from the Fitzy and Wippa interview, in which the Hollywood star took a bizarre swipe on WSFM in the air.
Russell had claimed that he had canceled his interview with Jonesy & Amanda because of their & # 39; really bad taste in music & # 39 ;.
Low strokes: Amanda & # 39; s co-presenter Brendan & # 39; Jonesy & # 39; Jones (photo) said he didn't even know Russell was still making music
Amanda said she was disappointed by Russell's behavior because the mini-series he promoted, The Loudest Voice, a & # 39; fantastic piece of television & # 39; is.
She also referred to an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, in which Russell repeatedly refers to himself as & # 39; actor & # 39; instead of as & # 39; actor-slash musician & # 39 ;.
The Loudest Voice, about the fall of Fox News chairman Roger Ailes, premieres in Australia on Monday, July 1 at Stan
Rivals: After the WSFM refused to play Russell & # 39; s music, he decided to appear on another Sydney radio show, Fitzy & Wippa, instead. Pictured: Ryan & # 39; Fitzy & # 39; Fitzgerald and Michael & # 39; Wippa & # 39; Seesawli
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