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Spencer, Made in Chelsea, on Sunday Brunch Swore on Live TV - What Did He Say?

At first I missed it - I'd switched over to Sunday Brunch a bit late this morning and had literally JUST missed Spencer, from Made in Chelsea, swear on live TV - I turned over as they were apologising. Well, I was kinda interested, so switched over to Channel 4 + 1 an hour later to catch it - and they diddled me.

By the time Channel 4 + 1 broadcast Sunday Brunch, the section where Spencer from Made in Chelsea had spoken had been ripped out and a message was displayed on the screen to say it was not possible to broadcast that part. So it had been removed.

Well, until that point I didn't care what he said, but I did want to know, so I tracked it down - I knew the answer would be out there. And I found it. What Spencer said, in response to a question was simply F******* Hell. So, not much of a biggie at all. OK, it was live TV, it was 10.30am on a Sunday morning and he shouldn't have said it. It was wrong. But I do feel a bit cheated that he didn't make a huuuuge and even bigger faux pas.

If I find out more - I'll let you know!

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Comments

bestwriter wrote on January 18, 2015, 6:51 AM

Was it just a report or did you actually hear it. Hats off to you for the trouble you took. emoticon :grin:

UK_Writer wrote on January 18, 2015, 6:53 AM

I didn't actually hear it myself, just a response (rather than a report) by somebody who did hear it. A bit like chinese whispers really, but online :)

WordChazer wrote on January 18, 2015, 11:41 AM

Hell's teeth, you can't say that on live TV! Impressionable little darlings (with mouths like potties all) and easily shocked maiden aunts may well be watching! Mind you, if these programmes persist in interviewing such 'stars', then the 'reality' of 'reality TV' comes home to roost.

WorDazza wrote on January 18, 2015, 1:10 PM

The biggest faux pas that chinless wonder has made is thinking anyone is interested in his complete ar$eholery!!

UK_Writer wrote on January 18, 2015, 4:14 PM

Yes, I wasn't interested, but I did feel cheated that I missed it :)

UK_Writer wrote on January 18, 2015, 4:15 PM

I find them all the same - all these programmes following ordinary people around - pointless programmes. I don't like Sunday Brunch much either, only really interested in SOME of the food - and you can never hear the recipe as it's skimped over ... bit of a waste of time cooking most of the time to be honest as the guests dominate.

Coffee wrote on February 24, 2015, 12:18 PM

Wow, you really were on a mission to track down what he had said, weren't you?!