Strictly Come Dancing: Viewers accused Bruno Tonioli of swearing live on air [BBC]
The judge raised eyebrows among Strictly Come Dancing viewers when he appeared to drop the F Bomb live on air.
Bruno Tonioli was once again his usual flamboyant self as he passed judgement on Debbie McGee and Giovanni Bernice’s routine.
He told her: “For me I have no worries, Debbie always delivers.”
However, as he spoke about Debbie’s flexibility after Paul Daniel’s late wife did the standing splits, viewers believed that Bruno let slip a swear word.
Strictly Come Dancing: Viewers mistakingly though Bruno dropped the F Bomb [BBC]
Strictly Come Dancing: Bruno Tonioli got very excited over Debbie McGee’s standing splits [BBC]
He said: “You’re so dainty, I love all this clipped movement. There’s no faffing about with the free hand. Hit that beat, get it down and get it clean!”
Despite Bruno not making the mistake, fans believe the judge said “f**king about” and quickly rushed to Twitter to air their concerns.
“Did Bruno just say f**k? Did he? Did he say f**k though? If the Tess Daly doesn’t apologise soon, I’m rescinding my TV licence. #Strictly,” questioned one viewer.
While another asked: “Did Bruno say faffing about or f**king about? #Strictly.”
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A third stunned person remarked: “There’s no what Bruno?! #scd #Strictly #StrictlyComeDancing2017.”
“Re. Bruno’s f-word, are they adopting the whole “if no-one mentions it, it didn’t happen” approach? Like a war crime… #Strictly,” tweeted a fourth.
With another saying: “@bbcstrictly Did Bruno just stop the F bomb live on national TV?! #Strictly.”
Bruno’s outburst comes just weeks after he hit the headlines for accidentally touching Shirley Ballas’ boobs.
Strictly Come Dancing: Bruno Tonioli referred to the boob stroking scandal by yelling: “I didn’t touch anything!” [BBC]
He later brought up the incident during the show, declaring: “I didn’t touch anything!”
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday and Sunday on BBC One.