Have you ever said something you immediately regretted? The good news is that it probably wasn’t on television. However, the public figures in this article weren’t as lucky. Whether it be one of them mistaking tuna for chicken, declaring there is no such thing as a chemical imbalance, or asking if math was involved with science, their embarrassing moments, unfortunately, were all caught on camera. Sometimes these statements ruin careers, while other times slipping up makes the celebrities even more relatable than before. We all make mistakes, but it is how you bounce back from those mistakes that matter. Here are 25 of Dumbest Things Said On Television.
I didn't go to college. I was making records!
Mariah Carey was seen on TV introducing LA Reid for the Snowflake Gala in 2009. She goes to say, “LA Reid’s musical talents and accomplishments are unparalleled; and his philanthropic ef… Listen, honey, I didn’t go to college. I was making records!”
Rap is the new Rock n Roll
Kanye West spoke on BBC Radio about how rap is the new rock n’ roll and how he is the biggest rock star. He ends the interview saying he is a god. No one knows Kanye better than Kanye. While viewers were disturbed by his comments, I’m sure no one was left shocked.
You grew up on tacos, correct?
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade asked meteorologist Maria Molina if she grew up on tacos. Maria then tried to awkwardly laugh it off, informing everyone she was in fact Nicaraguan and tacos are not a Nicaraguan food.
Santa is white.
Megyn Kelly said live on CNN that Santa Claus, a fictional character, is indeed white and will always be. She wanted to make sure all the children watching knew the truth.
Blood was coming out of her eyes, blood was coming out of her... wherever.
President Trump spoke on CNN Tonight about how journalist Megyn Kelly had blood coming out of her eyes and out of her “wherever.” He later tweeted he was referring to her nose, but viewers weren’t buying it.