Million Dollar Listing LA star Josh Flagg was captured on video cracking a joke that has upset some, fans.
He was captured pretending to be Grace Kelly by wearing a head scarf/turban and sunglasses at a ritzy hotel in the South Of France.
The realtor quipped: "I'm about to blow up an airline."
Flagg defended his antics by claiming he was playing an innocent game of charades with friends.
He said: "In today's environment, which is so politically correct, people will make a big thing about anything you do. As ridiculous as it sounds, I was at dinner with a group of friends and we were playing charades."
"This moment is when I was asked to act something out for the game and that's what I did."
"Of course it looks horrible. But in today's environment, everything gets taken out of context. I was sitting at a table with several Jews and Muslims and all of us were making fun of each other.
"It's unfortunate that one other people at the table was stupid enough to post it without context."
However, the footage is sure to shock a lot of his fans.
He added: "If they filmed 5 minutes earlier they would have seen others acting out in the game, such as my friend being a Jewish grandma cooking matzo ball soup.
"Here's the problem with today -- you can innocently do something among friends who are Christian, Jewish and Arab and have a good time."
"But when something goes up online it appears you are a horrible person - one of my best friends is Muslim, who was at the table and laughing."
"There is a difference between condoning actual horrible behavior and being able to sit back with friends, of all cultures, and be able to make fun of each other."
Flagg claims the "bombing" comment arose after somebody at his table asked him who he was supposed to be during a question about older film stars.
Flagg later apologized for his comments.
"I am sorry for how offensive this comment was, and I regret saying it," he said in a statement.
Grace Kelly, died aged 52, in 1982 after suffering a stroke while driving home to Monaco.
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