Jana Kramer apologizes to Rachel Uchitel for saying she hates her

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Jana Kramer backtracked on saying she “hated” Rachel Uchitel, her latest podcast guest, after getting to know her better in their interview.

“It’s rude to say that I hate someone that I don’t even know,” the country singer said on her most recent “Whine Down” podcast episode.

“I want to apologize because I should never have said … I don’t know you,” she told Uchitel — who was at the center of the Tiger Woods affair scandal in 2009. “And I don’t know your story. Now I’m learning your story, but I want to apologize because that’s not fair of me to label you for the face of someone else.”

Kramer, 37, has been candid about her husband Mike Caussin’s cheating history, so she vilified Uchitel, 45, in her mind.

Uchitel explained after Kramer’s apology that she is used to people judging her.

“I go through life with people hating me like I did something personally to them and personally hurt them, personally offended them, personally did something to them with such a vengeance,” she said. “They hate me with a passion when I did nothing to them personally.”

Uchitel told Kramer she understood her position given her experiences with her own husband.

 “You’re the first person that has cause because your husband did something similar,” she said. “I get it because your husband did something and it makes sense, though. I get it, but I know why you have that hatred and I feel horrible. I feel horrible. But you have to realize I didn’t do it to you.”

Kramer said in response,  “I think it’s a huge lesson for women who have been cheated on or vice versa to know that just because someone else did doesn’t mean they’re a bad person.”

Uchitel recently told Page Six that her goal of sharing her side of the story in HBO’s new documentary “Tiger” is to clear up misconceptions people have of her after the infamous affair.

“I’m just like everybody else and I’d like to sort of live my life again,” she told us. She is also studying to take the LSATs.

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