BBC apologizes for Rupert Everett remarks
BY Advocate.com Editors
November 27 2001 1:00 AM ET
The BBC has apologized for comments by out writer-actor Rupert Everett that were broadcast during a recent Robbie Williams concert special, reports ShowBizData.com. In a report appearing on its Web site, the BBC said that it had received more than 500 complaints following the special, One Night With Robbie Williams, most of them objecting to Williams's unscripted banter between songs and to "frank language" during scripted dialogue with Everett. The BBC report did not specify the remarks that were deemed objectionable.
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