She's been saying it a lot over the past several months, but Kristen Stewart is once again telling her fans that she's sorry.
After being caught cheating on her longtime beau and "Twilight" co-star, Robert Pattinson with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director, Rupert Sanders, Kristen went on a mea culpa of sorts.
The actress has apologized to anyone who would listen, and in the latest issue of Newsweek, she's back at it.
"I apologize to everyone for making them so angry," Kristen, 22, told the magazine. "It was not my intention." But while she's sorry for her actions and for making everyone upset, she said at the end of the day, she's focused on acting.
"It's not a terrible thing if you're either loved or hated," the "On the Road" star said. "But honestly, I don't care 'cause it doesn't keep me from doing my s---."
Poetic, isn't she?
The saga continues
Not many people have the free time to keep up with Chris Brown and Rihanna and their are-they-or-aren't-they dating life.
But the latest news comes from Christina Milian, Karrueche Tran's BFF.
The signer appeared on "The Wendy Williams Show" and put her two cents into the debate.
"You know what, from what I've always known, she's his girlfriend," Christina said of Karrueche, who has been linked to Chris for several years. Christina went on to say, "I think they make a great couple."
And maybe the "Say I" singer is right. On Tuesday, Rihanna posted a photo on Instargram that read, "Being single sucks."
The saga continues, so stay tuned.
Kesha tweets her support
We told you yesterday that Kesha's latest single "Die Young" has been pulled from the airwaves after the Newtown school shooting and now the singer is speaking out about it.
According to tracker Mediabase, "Die Young" had reached 167 million listeners on Friday, but by Monday, the number had dropped to 19 million.
But Kesha gets it. She tweeted on Wednesday, "I understand."
The pop star went on to say "I'm so so so sorry for anyone who has been effected by this tragedy.'
But Kesha isn't the only one who's song has been pulled off radio. L.A. stations have yanked Foster the People's "Pumped Up Kicks" off the airwaves following the tragedy as well. The 2010 song features the lyrics, "You better run, better run, faster than my bullet."
Band frontman Ben Foster once described the song as being about "a kid that basically is losing his mind and is plotting revenge."