Bradley Walsh forces BBC to issue apology after he ‘drops F-bomb’ in Blankety Blank debut

Bradley Walsh forces BBC to issue apology after he ‘drops F-bomb’ in Blankety Blank debut

Bradley Walsh is well-known for presenting ITV’s The Chase and has left fans of the quiz show in fits of laughter with his slip-ups and blunders. However, the BBC reportedly had to apologise when Bradley swore while hosting a filming of Blankety Blank.

The 60-year-old was reporting in front of a virtual audience as he filmed the Christmas special of the classic show.

When he fluffed up his lines, Bradley apparently blurted out “f**king hell”.

The presenter is said to have sworn once more when Jimmy Carr poked fun at his jokes.

According to The Sun, Bradley hit out: “We can’t get anyone back.

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The last Christmas special was hosted by David Walliams in 2016.

Speaking of Bradley’s turn hosting the classic show, an insider said: “Bradley is honoured to be following in the footsteps of such great presenters and TV legends.

“It’s a lot of pressure reviving such a well-loved format but Bradley’s up for it.”

“If the pilot goes well – and everyone expects it will be a roaring success – a full series will follow,” they added to Mirror Online.

Published at Tue, 17 Nov 2020 13:30:00 +0000