‘The Talk’ hosts call Diane Sawyer for her interview with Britney Spears in 2003
The hosts of The Talk ask legendary journalist Diane Sawyer to apologize to Britney Spears for the way she treated the singer in an interview in 2003.
Diane’s interview with Britney is featured in the new documentary Framing Britney Spears, which is now streaming on Hulu.
In the interview, with Britney, then 22, the reporter asked about her split from Justin Timberlake and said: “You broke her heart. You did something that caused him so much pain, so much suffering. What did you do?”
Diane also referred to a comment made that year by the First Lady of Maryland, who called the singer a bad influence and said: “Really, if I had the opportunity to shoot Britney Spears, I think I would. would. Diane then apparently defended this horrible comment by saying, “It is because of the example of the children and the difficulty of being a parent.”
Click inside to find out what the ladies of The Talk said about Diane Sawyer…
New co-host Amanda Kloots said, “I watched this the other night and was shocked. I don’t think the interviews you see on this documentary would even be allowed today… I think Diane Sawyer owes him an apology; I think the whole world owes her an apology, the paparazzi owe her an apology… it’s heartbreaking to see what this poor girl went through.
Sharon Osbourne said: “She always looked very young to me anyway, but now she was a baby; she was just a little girl. And it’s like, it doesn’t seem appropriate to talk to a little girl in that tone.
The Talk’s other new co-host Elaine Welteroth added, “I think there’s no excuse for harassing a teenage girl about her love life on national television like that, and that wife did this, and it is acceptable. And that just makes you think about how toxic our celebrity culture is, and probably still is.
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