In 2019, Chrissy Teigen made a tone-deaf remark when she joked about her mother losing her $150 AirPods. "My mother looks after her air pods as though they were disposable. Every month, he buys a few. She claims that if they had... a cord, they would be easier to keep track of "she sent out a tweet
Many followers were offended by the privilege in the message, and Teigen quickly apologized after witnessing the outrage. "It was supposed to be a joke (and an exaggeration), but it came off as tone deaf and icky." I vow that I will not always say the right thing in the right way, but I also promise that I despise disappointing or irritating you. I'm sorry, and I'll try not to be such a jerk in the future "she sent out a tweet Everything was forgiven.
Reese Witherspoon had a spotless record until 2013, when officers pulled her and her husband up for allegedly driving under the influence after they were caught traveling in the wrong lane. "Do you know my name?" and "You're about to find out who I am," the actor was recorded asking in the recovered video footage.
On Good Morning America, she broke her silence about the incident, saying, "We went out to dinner and had a few too many glasses of wine on one of those evenings. We felt we were capable of driving, but we were not. We are truly sorry for what has occurred. We're smarter than that. It's a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence that will never happen again."
She went on to say: "That night, I had no idea what I was thinking. I was terrified when I watched him arrest my husband. To the officer, I said all kinds of insane stuff. I even told him I was expecting a child. I'm not expecting a child! I apologize because I had no idea what I was talking about. I treated him with such disdain. My family includes police officers. Every day, I interact with police officers. I'm quite aware of the situation."
Following his and Janet Jackson's notorious Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction in 2004, Justin Timberlake delivered an unusually dismissive apology.
"Listen, I understand it's been a difficult week for everyone," Timberlake said in a statement. "What happened was unintentional and completely regrettable, and I apologize if you guys were offended."
It was not just a "non-apology," but it also didn't realize how much difficulties it had caused. Jackson was banned, whereas Timberlake was invited to sing at the Super Bowl again. Even while Timberlake did the tearing, it was also her reputation that suffered a hit.
A TikTok video by Julia Carolan, a New York City restaurant hostess, went viral in July 2020 after she broke the beans on Hailey Bieber's treatment of waist employees. Carolan has built a following on the platform by grading the behavior of the celebrities she works with, offering fans an inside look into the life of Hollywood's A-listers. When she mentioned Justin Bieber, though, the model took note and attempted to correct the issue.
"This is going to be a hot topic. I've met her a few times and she's never been pleasant "In the video, Carolan says. "I really want to like her, but I'm only going to give her a 3.5 out of ten. Sorry."
"Just stumbled across this video, and wanted to say sorry if I've ever given anyone terrible vibes or a poor attitude," Bieber said in the comments. "Never in my wildest dreams did I intend to do anything like that!"
The apology was well received by fans because it's unusual for a celebrity to apologize to a "regular" person, especially one with a small social media following.
Cardi B and Offset had been married for a year when they announced their divorce, citing Offset's infidelity as the reason. Cardi was emphatic about needing distance from the rapper, so he stormed her set at a hip-hop event in California, carrying flowers and a banner that read, "Take Me Back, Cardi."
"I just want to apologize to you, girl... in front of the entire world." "I adore you," he declared. Cardi wasn't having it, and fans dubbed it "emotional manipulation" later.
"All of my wrongs have been made public, I believe it's only proper that my apologies are made public as well," Offset subsequently said of the act.
Hustlers star Keke Palmer, who spawned a whole trend with her "sorry," has to be the best apology of the last decade. Palmer completed a lie detector test for Vanity Fair in 2019, and when asked if she knew who former US Vice President Dick Cheney was, she said her now-famous comments.
"I hate to admit that, and I hope I don't come out as silly, but I have no idea who this man is." I mean, he could be strolling down the street and I'd be completely unaware. Please accept my apologies to this gentleman.
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