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Jess Glynne ‘wholeheartedly sorry’ over ‘unacceptable’ transphobic slur in interview

Jess Glynne ‘wholeheartedly sorry’ over ‘unacceptable’ transphobic slur in interview

Entertainment
Singer Jess Glynne has said she is "wholeheartedly sorry" after using an "unacceptable" transphobic slur in an interview.The British star, best known for hits including chart-toppers I'll Be There, Hold My Hand and Rather Be, told a story about visiting a transgender strip club during an appearance on comedian Mo Gilligan's podcast. A video clip from the recording has since been circulated online, with Glynne facing heavy criticism.In a statement posted on Instagram, the singer said: "I want to address my appearance on the @mothecomedian podcast, when a story I told caused massive and righteous offence."Firstly, I want to say that I am wholeheartedly sorry. ...
Rita Ora ‘sorry’ for breaking lockdown rules to attend birthday party

Rita Ora ‘sorry’ for breaking lockdown rules to attend birthday party

Entertainment
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Amazon ‘really sorry’ after customers received cat food instead of PS5 games console

Amazon ‘really sorry’ after customers received cat food instead of PS5 games console

Technology
Amazon says it is "really sorry" following reports that customers who had pre-ordered the new PlayStation 5 instead received deliveries of cat food and a foot massager.Social media users have expressed their disappointment at what they claim are a spate of unsolicited deliveries, including cat food, a grill, and packing tape, instead of the much-awaited games console. Amazon confirmed to Sky News that some of the social media reports were genuine, stating: "We're all about making our customers happy, and that hasn't happened for a small proportion of these orders." "We're really sorry about that and are investigating exactly what's happened," the Amazon spokesperson added."We're reaching out to every customer who's had a problem and made us aware so we can put it right. Anyone who has ...
Samantha Morton ‘incredibly sorry’ as she opens up about criminal record as a teenager

Samantha Morton ‘incredibly sorry’ as she opens up about criminal record as a teenager

Entertainment
Actress Samantha Morton has said she is "incredibly sorry" as she spoke about being charged with attempted murder as a young teenager.The Oscar-nominated star spent a significant portion of her upbringing in the care system. The 43-year-old previously revealed she was charged with attempted murder at 14.She was convicted after threatening to kill an older girl with a knife who was bullying her in the care home.Remembering the incident during an appearance on BBC's Desert Island Discs, she said she attended a rave, had taken drugs, and came home to find a nine-year-old boy had been "pimped". ...
John Lennon killer says sorry for ‘despicable act’

John Lennon killer says sorry for ‘despicable act’

Entertainment
Mark Chapman, the man who killed John Lennon, has apologised to the late Beatle's widow, Yoko Ono, 40 years after his death.Chapman shot Lennon four times outside his New York Manhattan apartment as Ono looked on, in 1980.He was denied parole for the eleventh time following a hearing last month.During the hearing, Chapman said he killed the 40-year-old rock star for "glory" and that he deserved the death penalty.He added that he thinks about the "despicable act" all the time, and accepts he may spend the rest of his life in prison.'He was an icon'"I just want to reiterate that I'm sorry for my crime," Chapman told the parole board at the Wende Correctional Facility in New York. "I have no excuse. This was for self-glory. I think ...