"All this succeeded in doing was causing more angst for the royal family [and] they were totally out of touch, ill-prepared and they did not bridge the gap."
Warren Wayne, star of the upcoming fan-made movie "Spider-Man: Lotus" spoke to Newsweek about his regret over past racist and homophobic comments.
Warden Wayne, actor in the upcoming fan-made movie "Spider-Man: Lotus" has apologized for his past "homophobic" and "racially insensitive" comments.
The victims said that, at one point, they were able to fill 10 large plastic bags with the discarded cups.
The clip uploaded to TikTok from the 2007 documentary series "Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work" appears to show the queen's frustration during a photoshoot
Afterward, the woman was mad that the target of her comment didn't say anything to let her apologize.
A Kremlin statement detailing a phone conversation between Putin and Israel's prime minister did not mention any apology.
While Will Smith apologized to Chris Rock after slapping him onstage at the Oscars, crisis management experts have told Newsweek that it may be too late.
The backlash against Campion's remarks about Venus and Serena Williams has prompted a Burr "SNL" monolog to resurface on social media.
Commenters on social media have voiced disdain for Campion, with one saying that the multi-award-winning director "is what you get when you live a life of unchecked privilege."
Following his harsh outburst on the "Love Is Blind" reunion episode, Abhishek "Shake" Chatterjee called Deepti Vempati his "best friend" on the show.
Rosie O'Donnell caused a stir when, during an apology over an awkward encounter with Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas, she called the actress "someone Chopra."
"Priyanka is her name, Priyanka, and I hope I'm pronouncing that right," said the American comedian, actress, and television personality.
Rep. Hal Rogers later said he met with and apologized to Beatty, saying "my words were not acceptable."
Porter's father spent four years in prison following a manslaughter conviction in the fatal shooting of a 14-year-old and was later killed in a different shooting.
In the post, the woman explained that unbeknownst to her, her husband invited his 26 family members over to their home for a five-day Christmas celebration
"I will forever be sorry for what was done to him," the author, who wrote the memoir Lucky about her assault, said in a statement.
"There are plenty of policy differences to focus on without this unnecessary distraction," the congresswoman tweeted on Friday.
"I am praying for your complete healing both physically and emotionally," said former Bulls player Corey Benjamin in the statement.
Attorney Kevin Gough has received national blowback for asking the court to limit the number of Black pastors that were allowed to attend the case in Gerogia.
Singer and rapper Giselle, of K-pop group aespa, faced backlash after she was seen mouthing a racial slur in a behind-the-scenes video.
"This is an event that should've never happened. I'd also like to apologize to my mom and my daughter," Christopher Henderson said of the quintuple homicide.
TikTok star Zoe LaVerne, 20, announced the birth of her daughter, Emersyn Raylee, last week.
The City Council will likely approve a resolution apologizing for the city's part in "systemic and institutional racism, xenophobia and discrimination."
Ocasio-Cortez was seen crying on the House floor after changing her vote on funding Israel's Iron Dome from "no" to "present."
Actress Priyanka Chopra has revealed that she was "moved" by criticism of planned reality show "The Activist."
Pop superstar Britney Spears announced her engagement to model, actor and personal trainer Sam Asghari on Sunday.
"My son was a little disturbed, he hasn't seen anything like that...he's not going to forget this," Roy Thorne said.
"DaBaby will no longer be performing at Austin City Limits Music Festival—lineup update coming soon," Austin City Limits announced on social media.
"The driver, an elected official who does not dispute driving without a front license plate, owes our sergeant an apology," Police Chief Todd Axtell said.