Justin Bieber Is Just The Latest In A Long Line Of Celebrity Apologisers
As Bieber finally turns into an adult, we take a look at other celebrities who've brought their grovel!
Here are a few more classic celebrity apologies of years gone by...
Never one to Shia-way from controversy, Mr LaBeouf has been in trouble numerous times, for essentially copying the work of others and trying to pass it off as his own.
Things Shia LaBeouf has copied:
1. The first film he directed.
2. The apology he wrote to say sorry for copying.
3. Various tweets he’s written to say sorry for copying.
Basically, the man does not seem to care about his storming lack of originality. Ever. So his apologies might not be the best example.
Never failing to be fabulous, Naomi Campbell kicked off in a major way, when she was subject to racism from the staff of a British Airways flight in 2008.
After the airline lost her luggage and reportedly called her a “gollywog supermodel”, Naomi said, “I apologise profusely” to the police she assaulted when things got out of hand.
However, to the staff she showed no remorse, adding, “As for British Airways, I don’t apologise”.
Who’d have thought that after one too many, humble Reese Witherspoon would turn into a hair-flipping diva? After her husband was caught DUI, Witherspoon supposedly got out of the car and delivered a classic, “Don't you know my name?” to the police arresting her husband. Safe to say embarrassment hit the fan and she grovelled on a news station for her troubles.
Many query how Chris Brown is still famous after violently assaulting Rihanna. His career has continued to flourish, despite leaving the singer with “a mouthful of blood” and severe bruising. Although the incident happened back in 2009, Brown was still clocking in community service at the end of last year. His apology makes for some pretty teeth-gritting viewing.
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