Although to be fair, it’s also probably the same word Tyler, the Creator might hiss at someone too.
Eminem recently sat down with Sway (via Vulture) to talk about his latest album, Kamikaze. In one track titled “Fall,” Eminem – a man with a permanent shit list folded up in his pocket – takes aim at Tyler, the Creator, and uses the f-word. Eminem is now sorry about it.
There was a time in early 2017 when it seemed like you couldn’t go anywhere without seeing Casey Affleck and his scraggly beard campaigning for the Best Actor Oscar. Then he won it, and all of a sudden, Casey Affleck was nowhere to be seen. While he was in a self-imposed hiding, the #MeToo movement happened, and that probably caused Casey to grab a hammer and nail boards over the door to his bunker, to make sure he didn’t leave and get dragged into that hashtag. And it probably had something to do with those sexual harassment allegations that were made by two women who worked on his 2010 mockumentary I’m Still Here.
Casey has a new movie to promote (The Old Man & The Gun), which means talking to people, which means it was inevitable that the allegations would be brought up and he would be forced to address them while looking extremely uncomfortable. That’s what happened during a recent interview with the Associated Press.
Anyone who wished they could see more of Jerry O’Connell gossiping on TV (besides the times he’s hired as Ryan Seacrest’s unofficial seat filler on Live with Kelly and Ryan) was surely delighted to hear the news last month that Bravo was giving him his own TV show. Jerry’s late-night show was going to be called Real Men Watch Bravo, and it was set to premiere in the fall. Not many people were feeling the name, because it can be argued that real men already watch Bravo, and they’re called the viewers of every Real Housewives franchise in existence. And so a few days after the announcement of Real Men Watch Bravo, Bravo announced the show would be renamed. Jerry is now apologizing for that.
Last week, the world was captivated by the heroic rescue of 12 Thai boys and their soccer coach from three kilometers deep inside a Thai cave (coming soon to a theater near you!). The joy of the rescue was tainted when billionaire Elon Musk called one of the rescue divers a “pedo.” Obviously, calling a hero a pedo is never a good look, and so now Elon is sorry.
While ABC is clearly ready to move on from the embarrassing mess that was Roseanne, Roseanne Barr herself isn’t able to exit stage left as easily. For nearly a month now, Roseanne’s name has been synonymous with Ambien jokes due to a really gross Tweet she made about former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett. Roseanne has issued some excuse-heavy apologies on Twitter, like saying her Planet of the Apes crack was really about anti-semitism. Well, now we can hear what one of those apologies sounds like; Roseanne has given her first interview since this all went down. And much like the name of Carly Rae Jepsen’s last album, Roseanne’s interview was full of capital-E emotion.
Yesterday Vogue published an interview with Gisele Bundchen about modeling and whatnot, and she talked about the current generation of Instagram models. Gisele pissed off the Instagram modeling community more than the words “I’m sorry, but you’re no longer sponsored by hair gummies” ever could. Now she’s apologizing.