'The Masked Singer' Vet Terry Bradshaw Apologizes for 'Offensive Comments' About Ken Jeong
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The FOX NFL Sunday host issues an apology to Ken, who serves as a judge on the hit FOX show, as well as Asian American community for his racially insensitive remarks.

AceShowbiz - Terry Bradshaw is quick to admit to his mistake. The 70-year-old was discussing his stint on FOX's "The Masked Singer" at the network's upfront presentation on Monday, May 13 when he made a racially insensitive comment about judge Ken Jeong.

Referencing to Ken, Terry said, "Unfortunately, I was kicked off by Alan Thicke and the little short guy from Japan." Ken, born in Detroit, is not Japanese. Meanwhile, his parents immigrated to America from South Korea.

Additionally, he got Robin Thicke's name wrong and mentioned his late father instead. Ken and Robin are among the judges for the show, joining Nicole Scherzinger and Jenny McCarthy.

Following his comments, Terry apologized in a statement. "I made an insensitive remark today about Ken, who I've known for some time," the FOX NFL Sunday co-host said in the statement. "I've spoken to him about the importance of cultural respect and apologized for my offensive comments. I would like to also apologize to the Asian American community for my insensitivity."

Ken, however, has yet to comment on the matter.

He appeared in the first season of "The Masked Singer", dressing up as Deer. He sang "Thunder" by Imagine Dragons and "Get Your Shine On" by Florida Georgia Line before he was eliminated in week three.

Following its massive success, the show has been renewed for both a second and third season on FOX. The sophomore season is set to arrive this fall, while the third season will premiere following Super Bowl LIV in February 2020.

Terry was also a Hall-of-Fame quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers in addition to co-hosting FOX NFL Sunday. He has a fixture on FOX's pregame show since it started in 1994.

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