David Letterman, who was involved in a scandal, made a public apology to his wife Regina Lasko in his talk show taping Monday afternoon.
It was reported that President Obama called Kanye West as “jack*ss,” during the off-the-record time while interview with CNBC.
Chris Brown has posted a video on YouTube telling his fans how sorry he is for the Rihanna assault. He pleaded guilty to assault last month and will serve five years on probation.
David Arquette, who was fighting hunger in New York this week, has issued a statement apologizing for comments he made about Latina women, saying in part, “I have nothing but love and respect for Latina women and women in general of all cultural backgrounds.”
After accusations were leveled against Miley Cyrus for “hanging up” on various radio stations today during interviews, the tween queen herself has taken to her Twitter page to address the issue.
Jessica Alba is being investigated over alleged vandalism incidents in Oklahoma City, according to TMZ.
Clay Aiken apologized to Adam Lambert on his fan site Saturday morning — one day after he slammed the American Idol runner-up as “frightening” and said one of his performances made his “ears bleed.”
Prince William’s favorite TV show is time-traveling cop series Ashes To Ashes.
R&B star Usher has apologized for reportedly urging Chris Brown to show “some remorse” over his alleged fight with Rihanna – accusing the media of taking his comments out of context.
Putting to rest the many negative headlines surrounding her “goofy” pic, Miley Cyrus has offered another apology as requested by Asian-American group OCA late last week.
14-times Olympic gold medal winner Michael Phelps has issued a public apology soon after a picture of him smoking m*rijuana from a c*nnabis pipe was published in Britain’s News of the World on late Saturday, January 31.
“Nuts” may not have been one of the words listed in George Carlin’s “Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television.”