Ronan Keating has used the release of his new CD "Duets" to publically apologise to his wife Yvonne for having an affair with a backup dancer. In the CD sheet notes he wrote "To my Yvonne, I dedicate this album to you … For the mistakes I have made in my life, I am sorry." Ronan's family has joined him in Oz, sparking hopes of a reconciliation.
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David Arquette used Twitter, the brave man’s forum, to apologise for giving us all too much information about the reasons behind this split from Courtney Cox. That’s right David, the world didn’t need to know that things weren’t so hot in the bedroom, but thanks for sharing.
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Kanye West apologized to Taylor Swift for ruining her award at the 2009 VMAs by writing her a song. He tweeted "I wrote a song for Taylor Swift that's so beautiful and I want her to have it."
Glee star Diana Argon issued an apology on her blog for the racy photos published in GQ magazine, after shocked fans said the spread was a form of sexist paedophilia.
John Mayer made a tearful apology at a concert in Nashville in February after receiving a tonnee of criticism for using the "n" word in an interview. He also apologised on Twitter, so you know he really means it.
While the world is still waiting for a public apology from Mel Gibson, his ex-wife Oksana received one in the form of an email. He wrote "Could you please call me. I want to tell you how unspeakably sorry I am" in January. Unfortunately for Mel, he also wrote"“How’s your tooth" begging the question, why would her tooth be sore Mel?
The most anticipated apology of the year goes to Tiger Woods for his admission to numerous affairs, all caused by a sex addiction, of course.
To avoid an impending street riot, Ke$ha had to publicly apologise to teen idol Justin Bieber for calling him a 'tiny little baby', after Beliebers started trashing her fan sites. Although her tweet 'U r obviously so talented and i would never mean to offend u. i think u r rad”' calmed things down a bit, we still think she should sleep with 1 glittery eye open.
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Lindsay Lohan apologised on Twitter after violating her parole by failing a drug test. Unfortunately she was caught drafting the text while out drinking at a popular Hollywood bar. What has the world come to when you can't even trust a twitter apology from a celebrity with a history of drug abuse?
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Lea Michele had to apologise this year for being a bit of a diva. Apparently when a photographer at the Time 100 gala took a photo of her and then asked her name, she pulled out that classic old line "Don’t you know who I am?". Looks like somone's getting a little too big for their school shoes.
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Jesse James publicly apologised to wife Sandra Bullock and his children after he was caught cheating with a tattoo model. He said "I am truly very sorry for the grief I have caused them. I hope one day they can find it in their hearts to forgive me." Hmm… don't hold your breath Jesse.
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Don't you just hate it when the most seemingly sweet guy comes out and admits that he's actually cheated on his wife 10 times? That's what Take That’s Mark Owen did in a public apology to his wife Emma in March this year. It looks like it worked and the couple and their 2 children are moving on with their relationship.
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South Park creators Trey Mark and Matt Stone had to apologise to website CollegeHumour.com this year for stealing material for an episode that parodied the movie Inception.
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