A New York Times article recently called Katherine Heigl an "unwilling diva," and Katherine isn't disagreeing!
"Ms. Heigl unwittingly created her image problem by being honest in interviews," The New York Times article said. "Her comments were not particularly scandalous but spawned tabloid feeding frenzies, because she didn’t just mouth promotional platitudes about her projects."
Well, Katherine appeared on KTLA this morning (via Entertainment Weekly) and you'd think she would have disagreed with the article, but instead, she's taking it to heart.
“I’ve spent a lot of time trying to figure out where I went off track and how and why and what I can do in the future to avoid that. But as he says in the article, nothing I said was particularly scandalous — it just had a tone," Katherine said. "And that’s the most important thing I’ve sort of learned as I get older and grow a little bit and get a little less defensive… I can just let go of the tone, and still say what I gotta say, and be honest, and all those things, but maybe not so edgy.”
Watch Katherine's interview below!