Kevin Spacey. SoHo Karen. President Obama. What do these people all have in common? They’re terrible apologizers! On this episode of I’m Sorry, hosts Hoja, Mohanad, and Kiki reveal their picks for the worst apologies of all time. Who will take the crown? Will it be Shia LaBeouf’s plagiarized apology for plagiarism? Model Carissa Pinkston’s lie about being transgender in an apology for transphobic remarks? Or Mario Batali’s sexual assault apology slash cinnamon roll recipe? Listen to find out!
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I’m Claire Bidwell Smith, author, therapist, and grief expert. On New Day, we share easy actions you can try to keep moving forward. From waking up with more energy, to redefining balance, and making time for hobbies again, my incredible guests and I (with topics you help us identify) don’t shy away from helping you answer the big question we’re all asking: How can I lead a more fulfilling life?
How did ‘Jeopardy!’ go from America’s favorite game show to America’s favorite shit show? This week on I’m Sorry, hosts Hoja, Mohanad, and Kiki discuss the man behind the mess: Mike Richards. Who is he? Where did he come from? And why didn’t SONY listen to his podcast before hiring him? They unpack the swift rise and fall of Richards, and take their pick for who should host in his wake. Plus, the introduction to our new segment, Sorry Not Sorry, in which our hosts spill who they need to apologize to this week – or better yet – who needs to apologize to them.
Christine Diane Teigen. Mother, model, mayor of Twitter. In the inaugural episode of I’m Sorry, hosts Hoja Lopez, Mohanad Elshieky, and Kiki Monique explore the humble origins of the clapback queen herself: from growing up in small-town Washington, to getting discovered at a California surf shop, and eventually becoming the founding member of “Cancel Club.” In part 1 of our 2-part Chrissy Teigen deep dive, we answer: how did the empire fall… and can it be rebuilt?
Ricki Lake opens up about shaving her head, losing a beloved husband to suicide, meeting the new love of her life and learning to love herself in her 50s. This episode’s weekly practice is all about love, from romance to friendship. How can you open the door to deeper connection in your own life?
Cheryl Strayed gets real about being a broke bestselling author, comparing herself to other moms, practicing self-compassion – and then struggling all over again when the pandemic threw her off her game. Claire offers a weekly practice for how to have more authentic interactions with the people in your life.
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