Open Source narrows down the top 10 apologies of 2013.

10: Director Michael Bay apologized for the blockbuster Armageddon.

"I will apologize for Armageddon, because we had to do the whole movie in 16 weeks," the Pain & Gain director tells The Miami Herald. "It was a massive undertaking. That was not fair to the movie. I would redo the entire third act if I could."


Good start, but what about Bad Boys, Bad Boys 2, Pearl Harbor, The Rock, The Island, Transformers, Transformers 2 and 3 and Pain and Gain.

9: Amanda Bynes’ multiple apologies

The Hollywood actress apologized to damn near everyone this year, from rapper Drake to cancer patients. She even gave out mea culpas to people she didn’t even offend.

Illustration for article titled Top 10 Mea Culpas of 2013: Bieber, Weiner and Winfrey

8. Reese Witherspoon’s post-drunkenness apology

The Oscar Winner had a momentary lapse in judgment with her husband…landing her in the slammer. She would eventually offer a sincere apology on GMA. But serously Reese, why didn’t you just say you had a blonde “moment.”

7. O

Media mogul Oprah Winfrey apologized to a clerk in Switzerland after she accused that person of being racist. It was apparently a huge misunderstanding. Come on O.


6. When the leader of the free world says my bad…then you have to put him on the list.

President Obama apologized to Americans who are losing their health insurance despite his repeated promises that they wouldn’t.


“I am sorry that they, you know, are finding themselves in this situation, based on assurances they got from me,” Obama said in an interview with NBC News.

5. You got a double dose of Biebs in at number five and four….

The annoying superstar had to apologize for two bonehead mistakes. The first saying that Anne Frank would have been a, “Belieber.”


4. The second faux-pas was Bieber, seen in a video, peeing into a bucket then inexplicably saying F- Bill Clinton.


The pop star went on to apologize by phone to Bill Clinton, and “offered to help the Clinton Foundation.”


3. Texting his way into the top three…is Carlos Danger.

Seen one Weiner, you’ve seen them all. Well think again. Former US Representative Anthony Weiner did not learn his lesson the first time he was caught in a sexting scandal and had to pay the price in the New York mayoral race.


2. Cooking up controversy at number two is Paula Dean…

The celebrity chef said she was sorry for allegedly using the "n-word" when previously working at her restaurant.


1. Cracking the top spot is the coolest thing to hit Canada since..well..ever.


Now I’m not condoning smoking crack cocaine, but Toronto mayor Rob Ford and his antics are just unbelievable. The fact that this guy still gets to keep his title in one of North America’s largest cities is a modern day miracle.

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