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Idina Menzel reveals that she and John Travolta are on good terms

Mar 23 2014, 11:42am CDT | by , in News | Other Stuff

Idina Menzel reveals that she and John Travolta are on good terms
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John Travolta committed a faux pas at the Oscars by mispronouncing Idina Menzel’s name as Adele Dazeem.

Idina Menzel recently had her name mispronounced and ridiculed by John Travolta at the Academy Awards, earlier this month. However the 42 year old Broadway singer did not react to it and instead ‘let it go’. She further revealed that Travolta emailed her and apologized after which its completely cool. Idina Menzel further told Billboard magazine’s latest issue that he sent her flowers as well.

Idina Menzel also appeared on the cover of Billboard magazine for this month’s issue in order to promote her latest Broadway play,: “If/Then”. She also mentioned that she lost some focus while performing after Travolta’s flub. She said that a reminder was needed to regain her confidence that she was in beautiful moment and had to make the most of it.

Travolta pronounced her as ‘Adele Dazeem’ and has been a source of mockery over the Internet. Idina Menzel on the other hand admits that nothing was lost through the incident, only regained.

Source: NY Daily News

 

 

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