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Ariana Grande is really, truly sorry.

The singer – who has taken a fair share of criticism this week for saying she hates America while staring at a tray full of donuts – has posted a four-minute long video titled "Sorry Babes" in which she goes into detail with an apology for the "whole donut fiasco."

Grande was caught on camera slamming the country while inside a California bakery, an incident that took place after she licked a donut for one reason.

After acknowledging that her initial apology missed the mark, Ariana goes on to say here:

"All the advances we’ve made in the last couple of months, all the wonderful progressive things that have been going on – I’ve never been prouder of this country, actually.

"But, yeah, here I am apologizing to y’all.”

The singer artist on to admit:

“Seeing a video of yourself behaving poorly that you had no idea was taken is such a rude awakening. It’s like you don’t know what to do. I was so disgusted with myself."

Since the America-bashing took place, stars such as Rob Lowe have come out and slammed Grande.

At 22 years old, Grande admitted she still has “a lot to learn,” nearly breaking down into tears at various points.

“I never want to be anything but a positive influence on my babes, or my loves, or anyone who pays attention to me… I feel like I let you all down, which sucks,” she concluded.

“I’m just here to apologize, and tell you that I love you, and I appreciate being able to talk to you like this.”