Ousted Grammy Awards CEO Deborah Dugan spoke in a recent interview with ‘Good Morning America,’ revealing what she really thinks about the voting irregularities
Just a few weeks left for the 2020 Grammy Awards, Deborah Dugan talked about the Grammy. She argued that the voting system should be transparent and that there should be no conflict of interest events affecting the results.
Here’s what Deborah Dugan stated:
The system should be transparent and there are incidents of conflict of interest that taint the results.
I couldn’t say more positive things about all of the nominations and everybody that performs, and, oh my God, I hate that I’m in this situation because I’d much rather be talking about the artists.”
She also continued:
“I wanted to make a change from within. I moved across the country, I had a great job, I believe in what the Recording Academy should stand for — for artists. I was trying at each step to say, ‘OK, I can make a difference, I can fix this, I can work with this team.‘
“I worked very hard on the show. And I love the artists that are going to be performing and I love all those that are nominated that don’t get the honor of being on the show.”
See the video below.
FULL INTERVIEW: "I have evidence…"
— Good Morning America (@GMA) January 23, 2020
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