During the This Is Paris recent podcast, the newly-engaged socialite shared how she became the subject of mean, cruel, and painful jokes of comedians like David Letterman and Sarah Silverman.
After she opened up to the public about it, Sarah took to The Sarah Silverman Podcast to apologize. She explained, “The crowd went bananas, and while I was thrilled at the success of my monologue, I remember spotting her in the audience, I really do, and I remember seeing that look on her face and my heart sank. There was a person under there. A couple days later I wrote her a letter apologizing, felt awful and I never heard back, I certainly wouldn’t expect to anyways.”
Paris said she never got the letter but she has accepted her apology. She said, “I was not expecting an apology. I wasn’t asking for one, that was just my sister, you know, being very protective and wanting an apology. So, yeah, I was very shocked when I got it.”
“I really just appreciate it so much, and I’m glad that her comedy has grown and she realizes that it’s not nice to make fun of people. And I think everyone learns that in life,” she explained. “Sarah is hilarious, like I’ve listened to her comedy and I’ve always been a big fan. Well, before that moment, and always just thought she was so funny, but not when she’s making fun of people. I think she’s just funny when she’s just being her funny self.”
Also, Paris admitted getting a little teary eyed upon hearing Sarah’s apology, especially when she felt bad upon seeing her in the audience. She explained, “I got a little emotional because I was like that’s actually really sweet because… It just didn’t seem that way. But obviously, when you’re up there doing a comedy sketch it’s not like you’re gonna be how you truly feel inside sometimes. And, yeah, I just really really want to thank you for saying that to me.”- Advertisement -
Further, the hotel heiress also reflected on her own mistakes. She said, “I know where she’s coming from, because just like everyone, you know, we’ve all said things in our past that we felt bad about, we later regretted. And just, I don’t know, I think everyone is guilty of doing that.”