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Rita Ora red-faced as she says thanks Huw in awkward BBC Breakfast blunder

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    Rita Ora appeared to make a blunder on Saturday morning's BBC Breakfast after she accidentally said the words "thank Huw" instead of "thank you" during her interview.

    The 32-year-old appeared on the famous red sofa to promote the release of her brand new album while discussing other career highlights with hosts Charlie Stayt and Sarah Campbell.

    But during her chat, Rita appeared to make an accidental reference to BBC news anchor Huw, who recently became the centre of media controversy after he was accused of paying £35,000 to a "vulnerable" teen for explicit photographs.

    During her discussion, Charlie said: "You're here doing publicity, this is the world you live in and at the same time you clearly guard your privacy."

    Rita then replied: "Yeah, thanks Huw.' Realising what she said, she then added: "Thanks Huw? Thank you, for noticing that."

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