A somber-looking Tiger Woods finally addressed the media and public today after 85 days in hiding.
He apologized for his "selfish and foolish" affairs and confirmed reports that he's going back to rehab for "more therapy."
Critics and fans are feeling torn by the speech. Was he sincere, or is this all just a part of a huge PR campaign to do some damage control?
Sanjay Burman, Body Language and Addictions Expert, weighed in on the speech and tells Hollyscoop exclusively that he believes Tiger "will cheat again" and only "his references to his children were genuine."
Burman says, “Tiger’s speech was a fiasco and a complete showing of arrogance! Not only did he read verbatim but he showed no remorse, no sincerity, no emotion – his eyes were emotionless, his facial expression never changed, even the way he touched his heart and pounded on the podium seemed choreographed.
"The way his eyes darted to his mother showed paranoia about whether or not she was buying his statement. I can see this is definitely not over for Tiger and I think within two years he’ll cheat again. Only his references to his children were genuine but he’s presenting a convoluted message in regards to his wife and I think he’s more concerned with how that situation could further impact his public image and endorsement deals.“
What were your thoughts on Tiger's speech? Do you believe he was sincere and apologetic? Or is Tiger just trying to save face so that he can return to the golf game?