James Corden presented the Brit Awards last night and was forced to cut off Adele during her second acceptance speech, by those in charge of the broadcast. James admitted that the whole think did make him feel rather upset and that he could not understand how the organisers allowed for Blur to play so long but not let Adele make her speech.
Corden explained, "I'm alright - I just feel bad about having to cut Adele off. I really don't understand quite why I was made to, but it's not a very nice way to end. 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."
He added, "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]." After being cut off due to the lack of time, Adele then raised her middle finger in the direction of those in charge of the broadcast. Adele explained, "I flung the middle finger. That was for the suits at the Brit Awards.”