Brenda Edwards was forced to issue a hasty apology after swearing live on Loose Women on Monday.
Former X Factor star turned musical leading lady Brenda took her seat on the panel of the ITV discussion show alongside the likes of Denise Welch and Gloria Hunniford as it kicked off a new week but was left mortified when she said something that definitely wasn't suitable for a lunchtime audience.
Host Charlene White was chairing a discussion on 'do you love or loathe your bra?' when Brenda, giving her opinion, responded: "I started off with small t**s," prompting Denise to flash her a shocked look as Gloria to react "Ooh!"
Realising her choice of words wasn't quite right for Loose Women 's 12.30pm timeslot, Brenda jumped in and said: "I'm so sorry is that not the right word?" before bursting out laughing as colleague Denise put her hand over her mouth. Gloria remarked: "We all apologise," as Brenda shouted: "Boobies," and anchor Charlene replied: "It's your word!"
Getting back on track with her original point, Brenda continued: "Now I need all the scaffolding I can get since breastfeeding and everything. I like bras and the reason is, because they are so big, they do need scaffolding and support, otherwise it's a health implication because your boobs are pulling you down. I've always got to wear something."
Brenda's appearance on Monday's Loose Women came after she ended up in hospital and unable to perform on stage in hit musical Chicago at the weekend.
The singer, who was called in at the last minute to replace Gemma Collins in the role of Mama Morton, took to social media to post: "Trust me when I say I was ready to go on in a wheelchair to do my shows today, as there is nothing wrong with my voice but obviously for insurance reasons I can’t. I’m hoping when I get back home later I can get it sorted to rejoin the wonderful talented cast at some point next week in Sheffield. Love you guys."