Famous Faces Who Have Said ‘I’m Sorry’ On Television

“THE Governator” admitted on TV last September to cheating on his wife Maria Shriver with the family’s housemaid & fathering a child with that housemaid. (credit: Getty Images)
Arnold Schwarzenegger “THE Governator” admitted on TV last September to cheating on his wife Maria Shriver with the family’s housemaid & fathering a child with that housemaid. (credit: Getty Images)
In January 1998, US President Bill Clinton told a packed news conference: “I did not have sexual relations with that woman.” Months later, he admitted to an inappropriate relationship with with intern Monica Lewinsky during a televised address. (credit: Getty Images)
Bill Clinton In January 1998, US President Bill Clinton told a packed news conference: “I did not have sexual relations with that woman.” Months later, he admitted to an inappropriate relationship with with intern Monica Lewinsky during a televised address. (credit: Getty Images)
"Late Show" host  David Letterman was hit with extortion back in 2009. He later confessed to sexual relationships with female members of his staff on television on the air. (credit: Getty Images)
David Letterman "Late Show" host David Letterman was hit with extortion back in 2009. He later confessed to sexual relationships with female members of his staff on television on the air. (credit: Getty Images)
After confessing to being arrested for engaging in a lewd act in a restroom, Michael went on television and apologized and also told the world he was gay. 
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George Michael After confessing to being arrested for engaging in a lewd act in a restroom, Michael went on television and apologized and also told the world he was gay. (credit: Getty Images)
Hugh Grant  was arrested in Los Angeles during an encounter with prostitute Divine Brown in the mid 90s. He then went on television and apologized for it and said: " I did a bad thing." 
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Hugh Grant Hugh Grant was arrested in Los Angeles during an encounter with prostitute Divine Brown in the mid 90s. He then went on television and apologized for it and said: " I did a bad thing." (credit: Getty Images)
Armstrong recently appeared opposite Oprah Winfrey and apologized for telling untruths about doping during his cycling career. (credit: Getty Images)
Lance Armstrong Armstrong recently appeared opposite Oprah Winfrey and apologized for telling untruths about doping during his cycling career. (credit: Getty Images)
Jones was stripped of her five Olympics’ medals in 2007 and jailed for lying about taking performance- enhancing drugs. (credit: Getty Images)
Marion Jones Jones was stripped of her five Olympics’ medals in 2007 and jailed for lying about taking performance- enhancing drugs. (credit: Getty Images)
In 1996, actor Mel Gibson was arrested for speeding and went into a drunken, anti-Semitic tirade. He later went on television and apologized for his outburst. (credit: Getty Images)
Mel Gibson In 1996, actor Mel Gibson was arrested for speeding and went into a drunken, anti-Semitic tirade. He later went on television and apologized for his outburst. (credit: Getty Images)
Lewinsky was interviewed by Barbara Walters in 1999 about her inappropriate relationship with President Clinton. She apologized for it. (credit: Getty Images)
Monica Lewinsky Lewinsky was interviewed by Barbara Walters in 1999 about her inappropriate relationship with President Clinton. She apologized for it. (credit: Getty Images)
Woods had cheated on his wife, Elin and news of his infidelity hit the press in 2009. He later apologized for his infidelity on t.v.(credit: Getty Images)
Tiger Woods Woods had cheated on his wife, Elin and news of his infidelity hit the press in 2009. He later apologized for his infidelity on t.v.(credit: Getty Images)
Before her death, Houston interviewed with Oprah Winfrey and confessed to taking drugs. She then apologized for this and even coined the phrase "crack is wack". (credit: Getty Images)
Whitney Houston Before her death, Houston interviewed with Oprah Winfrey and confessed to taking drugs. She then apologized for this and even coined the phrase "crack is wack". (credit: Getty Images)
Princess Diana confessed to an owned up to an affair with former Household Cavalry officer James Hewitt during a televised interview. (credit: Getty Images)
Princess Diana Princess Diana confessed to an owned up to an affair with former Household Cavalry officer James Hewitt during a televised interview. (credit: Getty Images)
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