As some would like to say, better late than never.
More than three decades after Vanessa Williams resigned from her title as Miss America following a nude photo scandal, the actress received an apology from the CEO of the organization.
"I have been a close friend to this beautiful and talented lady for 32 years. You have lived your life with grace and dignity and never was it more evident during the events of 1984 when you resigned," Sam Haskell shared with the audience Sunday night. "Though none of us currently in the organization were involved in it, on behalf of today's organization, I want to apologize for anything that was said and done to you and to your mother, Miss Helen Williams."
He continued, "I want to apologize for anything that was said or done that made you feel any less than the Miss America that you are and Miss America you always will be."