John Travolta reportedly apologized to Broadway star Idina Menzel some days after he inadvertently introduced her at the Academy Awards as a name viewers heard as "Adele Dazim" or variations.
E! News said Wednesday that the actor sent an especially large bouquet of flowers to Menzel's dressing room at the Richard Rodgers Theatre, where the "Wicked" and "Frozen" star is headlining the new musical "If / Then."
The day after the March 2 awards telecast -- in which Travolta made a live-TV flub as he introduced Menzel before she performed the "Frozen" song "Let It Go" -- the actor said in a statement: "I've been beating myself up all day. Then I thought, 'What would Idina Menzel say?' She'd say, 'Let it go, let it go!' Idina is incredibly talented and I am so happy 'Frozen' took home two Oscars Sunday night."
Menzel has not responded to any overture, either through her representative or on her Twitter page. Travolta's spokeswoman had no comment.
Travolta, 60, had attended the Academy Awards rehearsal the day before the Oscars and pronounced Menzel's name correctly, E! reported after the telecast. Menzel, 42, had taken the error in good spirits, E! said, laughing it off and hugging Travolta backstage.
"Frozen," meanwhile, arrived on DVD and Blu-ray Tuesday, selling 3.2 million units on its first day. In addition, the soundtrack has topped the Billboard 200 chart for its sixth nonconsecutive week, selling more than 1.4 million units, and has been streamed more than 100 million times on Spotify.