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Good Morning Britain presenter Ranvir Singh was forced to apologise to viewers this morning after guest Harry Enfield accidentally swore while they were live on-air.
During an interview segment on the ITV breakfast show, Ranvir and her co-host Richard Bacon were joined by comedy royalty Harry to discuss his new West End project.
But just minutes into the chat about his new stage play based on Channel 4 royal satire show The Windsors, Harry made the awkward blunder, leaving Ranvir to step in and point out his language.
As the trio discussed his longstanding, successful career, Harry began to reminisce about working with Paul Whitehouse.
He said: “I was thinking about it yesterday, I was thinking about Jimmy Tarbuck for some reason and how when we were young we used to ermmm… we used to take the p**s out of him.”
Realising his mistake, Harry immediately tried to correct himself and apologised, as Ranvir, 44, also said sorry on his behalf, saying: “Hello, language, taking the mickey.”
Harry, 60, replied: “Take the mickey. I know,” while Ranvir apologised again to viewers, adding: “sorry children.”
The conversation quickly moved on and the rest of the interview continued without a hitch, but it didn’t go unnoticed with eagle-eyed viewers of the programme.
One said: “Richard and Ranvir trying to stop Harry Enfield swearing on GMB.”
Another wrote on Twitter: “Harry Enfield. Oh dear!” While a third pointed out that ITV had apologised for his language.
However, Harry’s interview wasn’t the only mishap to hit Good Morning Britain while the show was on air.
Earlier in the show Ranvir had had to apologise to viewers as she tried to fix a wardrobe malfunction with her dress while speaking on camera.
As she and Richard chatted to viewers, Ranvir began to fiddle with her dress as she attempted to adjust it – something that the producers then pointed out to her.
Looking flustered, Ranvir explained: “Yes I am sorry, I’ve been told my top’s a bit weird this morning. I keep pulling at it, sorry.”
Once again moving the conversation swiftly on, Richard assured her it was “fine” before they cut to the weather with Laura Tobin.
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