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extremely awkward 5H interview about Camila

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Guess their PR people should've given the journalists a list of questions banned like One Direction did back in the day

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Zayn Malik Interview Cut Short Due To List Of Alleged Banned Questions

1. Who is your celebrity crush?
2. Which of you have girlfriends?
3. Who came up with the name One Direction?
4. Anything "X Factor"-related
5. Worst habits about each other
6. Do you guys fight?
7. Best prank someone pulled on you
8. Describe each other in one word
9. Funniest fan stories
10. If not in the band, what would you be doing?
11. Pre-show rituals
12. No questions about money or religion

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He was so disrespectful. Instead of talking about their new tour, new album etc. He kept asking them about subjects they didnt want to talk about or stuff that were about their personal life.

I think that 5H has all the right to refuse answering questions that aint related to the music if they dont want to. They dont want to talk about Camila because they wanna move on. How hard is that to understand that?

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exactly

1 minute ago, Dirkje said:

He was so disrespectful. Instead of talking about their new tour, new album etc. He kept asking them about subjects they didnt want to talk about or stuff that were about their personal life.

I think that 5H has all the right to refuse answering questions that aint related to the music if they dont want to. They dont want to talk about Camila because they wanna move on. How hard is that to understand that?

 

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In all honesty, this is all on Fifth Harmony's PR team. They are allowed to and should give journalists any questions they don't want to be asked. If disrespected they should step in and stop the interview from continuing. If the journalist was given no rules he has free reign to ask whatever questions he wants. That's what reporters, journalists, and interviewers do. It's their job to get a story, which obviously he was attempting for and received. 

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Just now, justcatchmedemi said:

In all honesty, this is all on Fifth Harmony's PR team. They are allowed to and should give journalists any questions they don't want to be asked. If disrespected they should step in and stop the interview from continuing. If the journalist was given no rules he has free reign to ask whatever questions he wants. That's what reporters, journalists, and interviewers do. It's their job to get a story, which obviously he was attempting for and received. 

I second u baby:wendy11:But he had no rright to make fun of  Her sexuality..That was cyberbullying

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