Katherine Heigl Apologizes For Being Insensitive Of Dead People

June 25, 2018 / Posted by:

Katherine Heigl has not had any good press in years. Like EONS. It could be because, like Ginger Spice before her, Katherine got too big-headed for her own good and sent her once-promising career in the opposite direction by making some questionable choices. Once again, she’s busy apologizing for a dumb choice she made.

Katherine recently went to visit what might possibly be the only kind of relatives who can stand her personality: dead ones. UsWeekly reports that while visiting a cemetery in Buffalo, NY, Heigl decided to take some cutesy pictures of herself and husband, singer Josh Kelley. She then decided to post them on Instagram.

Many thought it inappropriate for Katherine to be smiling and lounging on someone’s dead relatives’ monument or taking a selfie with the angel on top of a grave. I wonder where the one marking her acting career was? It’s probably Los Angeles. She quickly deleted them, but the Daily Mail has all the photographic receipts. After making everyone mad, she uploaded two videos apologizing for her antics, and explaining why she thought it was cute to have a photo shoot in a graveyard.

“It’s kind of a heavy thing to go and visit my loved ones’ graves, and I decided to find some moments of levity and humor and didn’t realize how inappropriate I was being…I deeply apologize and I thank you guys for understanding that sometimes I don’t think things through clearly enough and I am grateful for your input and for giving me a heads up when I’m maybe going too far. And thank you for forgiving me. Next time I will be more thoughtful about other people’s feelings and not just my own.”

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If Katherine Heigl was thoughtful of other people’s feelings, she wouldn’t be in her position, now would she. But I’m still raising an eyebrow over Katherine acting like she struggles to deal with heavy emotions. She worked on fucking Grey’s Anatomy for six seasons, hello?! That’s practically ground zero for dealing with heavy emotions.

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