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    • Jack  Oughton  –  15.03.11  –  Celebrity  Errors  and  Apologies    Jonathon  Ross:  Radio  (almost)  killed  the  TV  Star  Jonathon  Ross  is  suspended  after  an  appearance  on  the  Russell  Brand  show  in  which  him  and  Russell  make  offensive  sexual  remarks  on  the  voicemail  of  Actor  Andrew  Sachs.  The  show  provokes  over  18000  complaints  and  public  uproar.  Ross  describes  his  actions  as  "a  stupid  error  of  judgement  on  my  part".    Somewhat  controversially,  he  returns  to  work  in  January  2009.    Wayne  Rooney:    £1200  a  night  won’t  buy  you  a  better  marriage  In  September  2010,  football  star  Wayne  Rooney  is  calling  his  wife  Coleen  about  six  times  a  day  after  she  discovers  he’s  been  cheating  with  a  £1200  a  night  prostitute.  Alex  Ferguson  suggests  Rooneys  form  for  Manchester  United  suffers  as  he  struggles  with  the  intense  media  scrutiny.    Robbie  Williams:  Take  That  (Back)!  In  July  2010,  pop  music  legend  Robbie  Williams  re-­‐joins  former  band  Take  That,  after  leaving  in  1995  at  the  height  of  the  band’s  fame.    This  ends  on-­‐going  speculation  that  Williams  and  songwriter  Gary  Barlow  have  put  years  of  argument  behind  them.  But  Robbie  is  soon  off  to  greener  pastures  (again).  In  March  2011  he  is  offered  a  contract  by  Universal  for  a  new  solo  album.        Mel  Gibson:  A  slip  of  the  tongue  On  July  28,  2006,  Mel  Gibson  is  arrested  for  driving  under  the  influence  of  alcohol.    He  makes  grossly  anti-­‐Semitic  remarks  to  arresting  officer  James  Mee,  who  is  Jewish.    Later,  Gibson  issues  two  apologies  for  the  incident  through  his  publicist,  and  in  a  later  interview  with  Diane  Sawyer,  apologises  for  his  "despicable"  behavior,  and  asks  to  meet  with  Jewish  leaders  to  help  him  "discern  the  appropriate  path  for  healing."      Kanye  West:  “Imma  let  you  finish,  but…”  2009,  at  the  MTV  Music  Video  Awards,  whilst  Taylor  Swift  is  making  her  acceptance  speech,  Kanye  West  jumps  onto  the  stage,  steals  the  microphone  and  her  thunder  too!  After  being  booed  by  the  audience  he  flips  off  the  crowd.  Later  he  writes  a  series  of  apologetic  tweets  addressed  to  Swift  concluding  with  "Im  sorry”  He  later  appears  on  The  Jay  Leno  Show,  where  he  delivers  another  apology  to  Swift.