Monday, September 26, 2011

Bravo Expresses Regret Over Patti Stanger's Anti-Jewish and Anti-Gay Comments

Valerie Macon/Getty Images Bravo has launched a disagreement on comments created through the star of the reality series, Uniform Matchmaker, Patti Stanger, which upset audiences on Sunday's Watch What Continues: Live. STORY: Patti Stanger Limits Gay Comments on Gay Males and Monogamy to La, Issues Apology "Bravo regrets should be genuine expressed by Patti Stanger on Watch What Continues Live last evening," a network representative notifies The Hollywood Reporter. "Her surveys aren't connected using the network's values and opinions. We apologize for your offense it triggered." As THR reported formerly, Stanger has apologized for your comments on Twitter. But, the reality star has furthermore released the state statement. "I am so sorry," Stanger's statement reads. "I did not mean to offend anybody with my comments last evening on Watch What Continues Live." STORY: Patti Stanger Sparks Debate With Anti-Jewish, Gay Comments on Bravo Everything started when Stanger mentioned that gay males experience monogamy on Sunday night's live episode of Andy Cohen's talk show. She also asserted that Jewish males lie. On Monday, the reality star limited her claims about gay males to people dwelling in La, then tweeted an apology a couple of several hours later. She's yet to resolve should be genuine about Jewish males particularly. Email: Twitter:@TheRealJethro RELATED: VIDEO: Bravo Launches New Facebook Game for Fans, 'Turtle Time': Meet Its Star Bravo's 'Millionaire Matchmaker' Moving to Thursday Nights More Bravo Coverage on THR Bravo

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