Dave Grohl explains 'Glee' comments
Dave Grohl has opened up about the negative comments he made about U.S hit series Glee back in March, and explained that just because he's in a popular band he shouldn't feel pressured into lending his music to television shows.
The Foo Fighters frontman appeared as a guest on Chelsea Lately (Wednesday, September 7) and revealed that he didn't realise who he was giving the original interview to so didn't think to edit his word choice accordingly:
"I was doing an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, I didn't realize it was some TV hollywood thing, I was talking to some dude and I said f*ck 'Glee.' Why should you have to do it?" he said. "Why is that necessary for you to have to do, as a rock musician, why should you have to say okay glee, take my song and turn it into a fucking musical."
"As a musician, you should be able to say no, should be able to say I don't want to do your show, you should be able to say I dont want to do anything that someone tells me to do", he added.
Watch the Foo Fighters' uncensored video for 'Hot Buns' here:
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