December 2, 2009

Um, word.


Regardless of whether or not he had a publicist's help in writing this, bravo to Tiger's apology.

Sounds like he cheated, which is obviously gross. But he manages to come off as both contrite and (justifiably) angry with the intrusive press in his statement, and I think both sentiments come off as genuine.

I can't say I'm a Tiger fan, generally, but this is probably the most gracefully-handled and seemingly-genuine apology I've seen from a celebrity. I hope it's sincere. And I hope the stupid press drops this now and starts talking about actual news.

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