The View’s Elisabeth Hasselbeck was in tears on Wednesday morning when she apologized to Erin Andrews for her choice of outfits for Dancing With The Stars.
Watch the clip here on RadarOnline.com
On Tuesday Hasselbeck criticized Andrews for wearing skimpy outfits after she was the victim of a peephole stalker.
The comments set off Twitter frenzy with her dancing co-stars. Her professional partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy quickly fired back: “”I’m the one designing [Andrews'] dresses for the show, so I’ll just assume that [Hasselbeck] is jealous… and stupid….”
Louis Van Amstel wrote: “Why did u have to throw @erinandrewsespn under the bus this morning? Shame on [you] … Leave her alone. Aren’t u all working for the same network ABC/ESPN???? U should have each other’s back, not trashtalk Erin.”
Even Evan Lysacek went to Twitter to blow off steam:: “So disappointed that anyone would attack [her] after all she’s been through.”
Andrews told Access Hollywood she “cried” after hearing the remarks. “I think people can have opinions about the show, but my biggest complaint is she’s a woman and a mother and it was a mockery of something I’ve lived through this last year. … I felt like it was a slap in the face for victims of stalkers and victims of sexual predators.”
On Wednesday Elisabeth confessed, “I ended up hurting her.”
And she said her 5-year-old daughter Grace gave her the best advice. “She said to me, ‘Mommy, why don’t you just call Erin and tell her you’re sorry?’ ” Hasselbeck said. “So, thankfully, I listened to her — she’s a wise little girl — and I did. So, I’m really sorry, and I wanted to offer that publicly too, even though I did follow that advice.”