The "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" star said, "I just really wanted to share my happiness with the world."
The apology came after a GQ interview with the "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" star and creator.
The "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" star jogged his memory of who she is in an awkward Twitter moment.
Tina Fey! Cynthia Erivo! Bruce Springsteen! Oh my!
"It's hard to get places to lend me dresses because I'm not a size 0, but I can afford it, so it's OK."
"Being a boss is empowering...but it's also kind of weird."
Season 2 — available for bingeing on Netflix Saturday — is the rare TV narrative that doesn't position relationships as a cure-all.
“Think of it as Mother Nature’s juice cleanse.”
"If we don't work to prevent this, it's four years of 'The Apprentice.'"
For Rebecca, perfectionism is a blessing and a curse. It has allowed her to climb to the top of her field, but it left her so miserable that in the show's pilot, she fled New York City to pursue her summer-camp ex-boyfriend in West Covina, California.
And she did it in one spot-on tweet.