After asking the first woman to win the balloon, or if she knew how to tverm, French DJ Martin Solweig then said sorry.
Though Ada Hagerberg said she had not been convicted on the tweaking question at Monday's scheme, Solveig still apologized to Twitter after his comment caused a social media.
First female ever to win these # Ballondor. I was wondering about the momentum of the presenter was the most disrespectful and disgusting thing I saw.
He tweeted, "I did not know that this could be seen as such a crime," adding: "That was a joke, probably a bad one."
Give Apologies to this one I have been affected. My point was: I do not invite women to drink but dance on a Sinatra song. Watch the full sequence People who have followed me for 20 years Learn how to respect I'm especially with women pic.twitter.com/pnZX8qvl4R
A clip of the ceremony of the DJ asking the 23-year-old Norwegian if she could be tverm and responding "Non" in French quickly raised millions of views.
I explained @AdaStolsmo The buzz and she told me she knew it was a joke. Nevertheless, my apologies for anyone who could have been offended. Most importantly, congratulations to Ada pic.twitter.com/DATdg0TfQk
Hagerberg has solved also apologized to you personally, even though "I was not upset."
She cheerfully said, "I got to dance a bit and I got the balloon d 'or."