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16 January 2018, 11:53
Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan had to apologise to viewers after Suggs swore on live on Good Morning Britain today.
The Madness legend was appearing to promote his new movie Suggs: My Life Story, but accidentally dropped the naughty word when describing how he felt when playing at Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
Asked by Piers how he felt while performing 'Our House' at the time, Suggs replied: "S**t, I’m really afraid of heights."
The faux pas was met with hysterical laughter from Piers and Susanna, before they gave their well-rehearsed apologies.
Piers said: "Susanna likes to apologise at these moments when people do that."
"I apologise for the use of language on the programme. But I think you encapsulate that feeling," Susanna joked.