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Tp think Sinead O'Connor should learn some manners?

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breadyegg Sun 17-Feb-13 10:00:17

Just saw her on the BBC. How rude was she to that interviewer? She needs a slap...

I like her as an artist. Have ever so slightly gone off her...

VenusStarr Sun 17-Feb-13 10:02:59

Oh my, absolutely YANBU! I just said what an obnoxious person she is. So so rude. Poor guy, it was his first time presenting and she was vile.

Nancy66 Sun 17-Feb-13 10:04:55

she's really horrible - great singer but totally unpleasant human being.

GloryWhole Sun 17-Feb-13 10:05:57

I didn't see the interview - what did she say/do?

LindyHemming Sun 17-Feb-13 10:06:09

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cookielove Sun 17-Feb-13 10:06:35

What she on?

NewAtThisMalarky Sun 17-Feb-13 10:07:10

I didn't see it. I heard her interviewed by Jo Whiley on radio recently, and it was a great interview, she came across reasonably well.

She won't do herself any favours by treating people badly, she's already highly controversial.

2gorgeousboys Sun 17-Feb-13 10:07:28

Downright rude.

EstherRancid Sun 17-Feb-13 10:08:31

she needs a slap hmm

yeah, that's right - for years she was called all manner of nasty things because of the things she stood up and out for.

turns out now she was right all along

i didn't see the interview btw, but i think your choice of words, OP, are ironic

VenusStarr Sun 17-Feb-13 10:12:17

The guy was interviewing her and asking how she was, inspiration for the album etc and she kept raising her eyebrows, turning to a band member rolling her eyes. At the end sarcastically said well that was the best interview (or words to that effect). She wasn't standing up for what she believes in, just being incredibly rude. If someone asks you a question, you answer.

Rhiannon86 Sun 17-Feb-13 10:16:49

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landofsoapandglory Sun 17-Feb-13 10:19:51

She was beyond rude, IMO!

EstherRancid Sun 17-Feb-13 10:21:38

are the references to her past and beliefs not being an excuse for her behaviour today directed at my comment?

i never said they were - i said it was ironic she was being recommended a slap..

tiredemma Sun 17-Feb-13 10:26:56

Ive always thought she was a bit of a twat.

Rhiannon86 Sun 17-Feb-13 10:27:47

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NotSuchASmugMarriedNow Sun 17-Feb-13 10:33:02

Didn't she have her children taken away from her by irish social services?

I always just thought she was bonkers.

MarmaladeTwatkins Sun 17-Feb-13 10:40:47

I would have thought she was a perfect MN icon; snippy, rude, aggressive, always bleating on about something...

FlouncingMintyy Sun 17-Feb-13 10:42:49

She has serious mental health issues does she not?

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Dylanlovesbaez Sun 17-Feb-13 11:20:55

But he was so dull, asking crappy questions. I think she's great.

GetOrf Sun 17-Feb-13 11:21:27

MrsD the Magdalene laundries carried on until 1996 - I had not idea (saw it linked on a thread here last week).

I know she is a rude fucker but I have a soft spot for Sinead for some reason. Probably because she is so arsey.

scarletforya Sun 17-Feb-13 11:26:50

She suffers from Bipolar disorder. I am not saying that's an excuse and I didn't see the interview but she's admitted before that she gets very ill at times and really regrets her public outpourings while ill.

Her children have definitely not been taken by Irish SS.

claig Sun 17-Feb-13 11:32:15

I think it was the interviewer's fault.

I think she has little confidence and reads things the wrong way because of that. I like Eddie Mair, but he is an experienced interviewer and should have realised that and dealt with her better.

He aksed her how she was and she said "great, the greatest" etc.
and he then said something like "are you trying to convince me or yourself?"

That was a bad initial question and a terrible followup. It embarrassed her and got her back up which is why she reacted as she did.

He then compounded his error by saying something like the "one optimistic" song on the album, which got her back uop again and she said she thinks there is more than one optimistic thing on the album.

He then compounded his errors even further by saying "so what are we going to hear?" which she read as a sort of order and she reacted again.

He is a great interviewer, but he handled her wrong and should have understood her and phrased things in a different manner.

He walked right into it by the way he dealt with her.

Pan Sun 17-Feb-13 11:32:21

She behaved like an utter twat. Eddie was graciousness itself, having to accommodate for a whinning teenager on a strop.

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