Remember the infamous Super Bowl halftime show? The one where Janet Jackson had a wardrobe malfunction on stage? Yep. We do, and so does Justin Timberlake. The pop singer who was right up there with her and regretted the way he handled it.
Jackson’s career took a hard knock, while Justin’s flourished. He didn’t even say a thing to protect her from all the hate. Needless to say, he’s sorry about it now.
Nick Lachey's Bad Move
As a pop star, sometimes you get thrown into different projects that arent' exactly about singing. It's not uncommon for mega music stars to score their own reality shows; it happened with Britney and, again, with the "newlyweds" Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson.
Looking back, we know those two were ill-suited, and the whole marriage was a mistake, but Lachey specifically regrets the TV show. Nick Lachey admitted to David Letterman that Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica" was the worst thing he'd ever seen. Yikes!
The Reality Show That Britney Regrets
Back in the 2000s, Britney Spears and Kevin Federline were a thing, which is something the whole world probably doesn't look back on too fondly. So it's not surprising that Britney herself has some regrets, especially when it comes to the ghastly reality show "Britney and Kevin: Chaotic."
The pop sensation told the British newspaper "The Telegraph" admitted that the series was actually the worst thing she did in her entire career and that given a chance to do it all over, she would have never said yes to the cringe-worthy series.
When Stevie Nicks Said "I Do"
Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks has led a long and successful career, both as a band member and solo artist. As a band member, especially in the era of hippie love, she got herself into some interesting entanglements. But before her iconic romance with fellow bandmate Lindsey Buckingham, the rock queen tied the knot to Kim Anderson, the widower of her best friend, Robin Snyder.
But that knot came undone very quickly, within the year to be exact. And it was a move that upset a lot of people. According to Nicks, she just hoped that he would take care of her and her infant son. We suppose they never continued long enough to find out.
Mariah Carey's "G" Word
If Mariah Carey could take back one thing she did in her entire career, it would be the film "Glitter." During an appearance on "Watch What Happens Live," she got real with host Andy Cohen and said that she hates that film so much that she doesn't even let anyone discuss it.
The singing sensation who has dubbed the bad decision as "the G-word" expressed a lot of remorse on the talk show but still took the time to acknowledge the learning experience and how she has since grown. Good for you, girl.