Long before Kris Jenner became known as the “momager” of the most powerful family on reality television, she was the wife to the infamous lawyer, the late Robert Kardashian. The marriage came to an end after some infidelity on Kris’s part with soccer player Todd Waterman.
These days, Kris feels a lot of remorse over her failed first marriage and has been outspoken about how her biggest regret is the fact that she allowed her marriage to fall apart.
Lamar Odom Misses Khloe
Lamar Odom was famously married to Khloe Kardashian from 2009 to 2016, but they were not all happy years. The former basketball pro was not always faithful to his wife. The infidelity resulted in divorce and a very sorry Lamar.
The ballplayer, who revealed all in his tell-all memoir, spoke about how those chapters were truly the hardest to write about. While Khloe has moved on, Lamar, unfortunately, feels that she is still his girl.
Robert Pattinson Should Have Never Been Edward
It's not rare when actors regret their roles, even ones that are so iconic. That's certainly the case for Robert Pattinson who rues the day he signed on for "Twilight." The actor felt he just couldn't do the character justice.
The actor joked, "I read the script; the more I read, the more hated this guy." In the end, he opted to portray him as a pretty miserable dude. We got to say, it worked.
Bieber Dissing Lohan
From his teen loves to crazy nights, it's been quite the ride for little Justin (who is admittedly is not so little anymore.) We're sure that his rock-star life in the public eye hasn't been a walk in the park, which is why we're not particularly surprised that he has some regrets. One of them, however, is a true testament to his maturity.
When the gossip mags were comparing his unruly life to that of Lindsey Lohan, Bieber made a little jab at the former teen star by referencing her 2012 tax scandal. Fortunately, he removed his post shortly after, realizing that that was the wrong move. Good on you!
Kelly Looks Back on How She Treated Her Parents
When "The Osbournes" exploded onto our screens in 2002, Kelly Osbourne was only seventeen years old. An age ripe for teen angst and a typical "I hate my parents" sort of attitude. And if you've watched the show, you know that to be true. But as a grown woman in her 30s, Kelly now deeply regrets how she behaved.
Now a TV personality (and fashion designer) in her own right, Kelly said she was downright disrespectful, especially to her mom Sharon. We are sure your parents forgive you, dear.