Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford apologise for swearing on This Morning
Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford had to apologise after Paddy Doherty and Gary 'Gaz' Beadle accidentally swore live on 'This Morning' on Thursday (01.09.16)
Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford were forced to apologise on 'This Morning' on Thursday (01.09.16) after two of their guests swore live on television.
The presenting duo were left red-faced in today's show after Paddy Doherty and Gary 'Gaz' Beadle accidentally let their filthy tongues get away from them while the cameras were rolling.
The Irish traveller - who won the eighth series of 'Celebrity Big Brother' - was the first to slip up on the programme when he told the hosts that he used to get told to "f****** sit in a corner all day" at school in a segment about the education of traveller children in Ireland.
Eamonn and Ruth were oblivious to Paddy's bad language until they returned from an ad break.
The 56-year-old presenter said as the camera panned back to the studio: "I just want to say that something may have slipped out from Paddy during that interview.
"We would like to apologise if you were offended by anything he said."
However, the presenting pair had to apologise for a second time later on when the 'Geordie Shore' hunk let his mouth run away from him as he was quizzed on his womanising ways.
Eamonn then jumped in and said after the blunder: "I've just got to apologise for a third time today for things that have slipped out that we hope don't slip out. Anyway, you know what I mean, things you maybe shouldn't have heard there youngsters."
Gaz took to his Twitter account shortly after his appearance to explain that his foul-mouthed outburst was down to nerves.
He wrote: "I get sooo nervous with things like that thank you @itvthismorning for having me.. And sorry it's just slipped out #k**b (sic)."
Meanwhile, swearing live on camera was clearly something that had been bothering Gaz in the lead up to his television interview.
He said: "On the way to @itvthismorning #noswearinggaz. (sic)."