Apologies pour in for Kelly Clarkson

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Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace has apologized to Kelly Clarkson for body shaming the 32-year-old pop star over her weight on The Mike Gallagher Show.

"I sincerely apologize to Kelly Clarkson for my offensive comment," Wallace said Sunday in a statement to E! News. Wallace had said Clarkson "could stay off the deep dish pizza for a little while."

Radio host Gallagher also apologized for his remark — "Holy cow, did she blow up" — during the Friday radio chat.

While both Gallagher and Wallace complimented Clarkson about her singing talent, Fox’s Greta Van Sustern called them out online for their "obnoxious" "guy snickering" and called on her colleague to apologize.

It’s not the first time Clarkson has heard the weight criticism — but she had no comment after the latest jabs.

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Candice Bergen is not afraid to admit that she's gone under the knife.

The former Murphy Brown star, 68, has confessed to having her "eyes done" and then work on her neck muscles "because TV half-hour lighting can be harsh."

But on the heels of her new memoir, A Fine Romance, would Bergen ever consider getting more work done?

"I'm clearly in need," she told People with a laugh. "But I frankly just don't care enough."