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.
Our enemies never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.
During a Press Conference in 2007 former president George W. Bush talked about terrorists and their nonstop effort to harm the U.S. While I’m sure Bush didn’t mean to add “neither do we” at the end, he was still caught on camera making that mistake.
If it's a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down.
Todd Akin, a former U.S. Representative, talked about his views on abortions on Fox News and made that comment about rape. He left viewers outraged by his comments on female bodies.
It is the first time in history that fire has melted steel.
After the attacks on 9/11, Rosie O’Donnell made a comment on The View about how the terrorists attack could have been an act from the U.S. government. I’m not sure if she knew it has already been proven that steel melts at about 2,750 degrees Fahrenheit.
Is math related to science?
Katy Perry, an American singer, asked Neil deGrasse, an American astrophysicist, if math was related to science. A baffled Neil then goes on to say that math is the language of the universe.
I spray girls cologne on my pillows.
Ryan Seacrest admitted on his iHeartRadio show to Britney Spears and will.i.am that he sprays girl cologne on his pillow cases to make him feel like someone else is there.