Anderson issued an apology after people expressed their offense at some of his comments:
“I am concerned to hear that some people believe that I called Dyngus Day celebrations ‘stupid’ or in any way criticized this holiday. I did not,” Cooper said. “While in the midst of a silly giggle fit I said ‘this is so stupid’ in reference to my inability to stop laughing… I am genuinely sorry if I offended anyone by the lighthearted tone of the RidicuList.”
Oh come on, how can you be mad at him when he is giggling all cute like that!?
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