Ferguson storms out of Australian news interview.
Sarah Fergusonhas had enough of talking about her 2010 News of the World scandal she stormed out of a TV interview in Australia after a reporter quizzed her about the bogus bo·gus
Counterfeit or fake; not genuine: bogus money; bogus tasks.
[From obsolete bogus, a device for making counterfeit money. cash-for-royal-access deal.
TheDuchess of Yorkwas caught on camera trying to set up a business deal with an undercover News of the World journalist in return for access to her ex-husbandPrince Andrew.
But the topic was a no-go area last week when the former royal sat down withMichael Usherfor a taped 60 Minutes
interview in Australian.
In a trailer for the upcoming episode, an angry Ferguson appears to shut down the chat after she is asked to watch the News of the World footage.
She demands that the footage is deleted as she leaves the room.
The Duchess did eventually complete the interview, but her managerJohn Scottis furious over the techniques used by 60 Minutes executives.
But the show's producerHamish Thomsoninsists he's baffled by the upset, insisting it was made clear to Ferguson that Usher USHER. This word is said to be derived from a huissier, and is the name of an inferior officer in some English courts of law Archb. Pr. 25. would quiz A quiz is a form of game or mind sport in which the players (as individuals or in teams) attempt to answer questions correctly. Quizzes are also brief assessments used in education and similar fields to measure growth in knowledge, abilities, and/or skills. her on the subject
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