Last week, Hayden Panetteire snapped at reporters in Hawaii when one touched her on the shoulder. “You all make my life miserable,” the 19-year-old is reported to have said.
Well, now she’s taking that back, though my conscience was totally fine with making Hayden Panettiere’s life miserable.
She tells OK! magazine, “I have tremendous respect for the media and reporters — particularly the press who treat the people they are interviewing with dignity. I am appreciative that the press has supported me, my career, and especially the causes I feel passionately about.”
And she insists stories about the alleged outburst have been greatly exaggerated: “While in Hawaii, one reporter grabbed me suddenly from behind and frightened me. It happens. Typically, the press has treated me with great respect.”
Dignity? She’s a 19-year-old almost midget who plays a 16-year-old on NBC’s last good hour long drama. She tries to save dolphins in Japan by boogie-boarding around the nets. What part of that life is miserable?
If she could see a picture of me right now, she’d know a life without dignity. I’m in bad shape and frequently call the crumbs I excavate from my fat-rolls “breakfast.”