Paris kicked off her most recent podcast episode by saying that she was recently alerted by one of her friends that Sarah apologized for the incident on her own podcast.
Apparently what Paris said did get back to Sarah, who took some time to address everything.
Sarah said that after she made the comments regarding Paris, “The crowd went bananas, and while I was thrilled at the success of my monologue, I remember spotting her in the audience.”
Instagram; pictured above Paris shares in a story that she is addressing Sarah’s apology in her podcast
“I really do,” Sarah continued, recalling that point in time. “And I remember seeing that look on her face and my heart sank because there was a person under there.”
Sarah also said she tried to write a letter apologizing to Paris after the incident, but Paris never got the letter.
Paris acknowledged that it’s difficult for anyone to make an apology and she wasn’t expecting one from Sarah.
She mentioned that she does think the apology that Sarah made recently to her is sincere, and that everyone learns in life that it’s not funny to make fun of people.
“We have all said things in our past that we felt bad about and later regretted,” Paris said.
“That night at the MTV awards has haunted me for a very long time,” Paris admitted, before wondering who Sarah sent her first apology letter to since she didn’t receive it, and stating that she never thinks it is too late for anyone to take time to apologize.
You can listen to the episodes of Paris’s podcast discussing this here.