Ariana Grande sorry for second time
Ariana Grande has apologized for a second time for licking doughnuts and saying “I hate America.”
The singer said in the video clip posted late Thursday that she’s “disgusted” with herself. She adds that she didn’t clearly convey her true feelings in her first apology - a written statement in which she ranted about obesity in America.
“Seeing a video of yourself behaving poorly that you had no idea was taken is such a rude awakening.
“It’s like you don’t know what to do. I was so disgusted with myself, I wanted to shove my face in a pillow and just disappear,” she said in the four-minute clip.
Grande came under fire this week when TMZ posted a video of her licking doughnuts and saying “I hate Americans. I hate America” inside a doughnut shop in Southern California.
“I’m going to come forward and own up to what I did and take responsibility and say I’m sorry,” she said in the video, which had close to 1 million views on YouTube by Friday morning.
Susan Sarandon is reuniting with big-screen co-star Nick Nolte for a TV political satire.
The Epix premium channel said Sarandon will play a former first lady opposite Nolte’s ex-U.S. president in the half-hour series titled “Graves.”
It’s set to debut in August 2016, which will coincide with the final months of the real-world American presidential campaign.
In “Graves,” Sarandon’s character decides to fulfil her own political ambitions as her husband begins an unlikely effort to right his administration’s wrongs, Epix said.
Sarandon and Nolte played a married couple in the 1992 theatrical release “Lorenzo’s Oil,” which earned Sarandon an Oscar nomination.