Clara Calvo denies ‘diva’ claims

Clara Calvo has denied claims that she demanded that the changes were made for an interview of the magazine and replaced the quotes with your own “self-promoting words.”

Journalist Ginny Dougary of the mark Calvo “an insecure diva” in an article in The Guardian about her experience interviewing the presenter of the Saga of the magazine.

But the BBC presenter tweeted that she “does not have a copy of the approval”.

She said that was the editor of the Saga that had asked for changes.

The Saga of the magazine issued a statement saying that said Dougary was “wrong to think that the copy of the approval. It was not.

They say they edit the interview “with the full participation of the writer”. The Saga of the saga’

Dougary said that she was asked by the author to be removed from the article after a series of changes that were made to his copy, on the basis that these were due to the requests of the presenter of the BBC and his agent.

The journalist also said that Baldness has added quotes about the accommodation of the women’s european football championships, as well as a “brazen ” puff” to his own children’s book.

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Saga said that it was the editor of the journal of the opinion that the “original article does not cover the wide range of issues that Clara has ones,” and the writer “, he suggested adding lines of ourselves.”

It was said that it was the decision of the editor only to edit any article that is not “exactly”, for the magazine, and that “not to defer the decision to the Prs or the interviewees”.

Analysis by Amol Rajan, the BBC’s media editor

“The Saga of the Journal does not offer control of copy, and interviews that are required are refused. In this case, the quotes are checked for accuracy only. New quotes were sourced to re-balance the article against the deadline,” they said.

The Guardian article was widely shared on social networks with a number of journalists twitter their agreement with Dougary.

The baldness made no comment until after the Saga of the statement was published, revealing that she had to hold back from responding earlier in the day.

“Return to the Saga of the saga, today has been an exercise of self-control,” he said.

Between Dougary claims was that she had been asked to say how “lovely” the Baldness was.

“I certainly never ask anyone to call me ‘funny’. Beautiful maybe – but never precious!”, Baldness twitter in response.

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