Good Morning Britain’s Richard Madley was asked by Susanna Reid to ‘take the oath’ on TODAY ITV Morning program
Good Morning Britain viewers didn’t mind as Richard Madley was forced to apologize to viewers on Monday after a poor choice of words on the show.
ITV The presenter returned on Monday with co-host Susannah Reid after a four-day long weekend to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Richard was asked by Susanna to “take the oath” on Good Morning Britain today when he blew the phrase to his co-presenter in shock.
The pair were in discussions about taking Wales to the World Cup last night for the first time in 64 years.
Richard said he could not believe he was just a child when the nation competed in international competition, adding: “I was two years old. Bloody hell.”
Susanna extended her hand in his direction and said: “What did you just say?”
Realizing his mistake, Richard replied: “What? Oh, sorry. Flipping heck!”
‘Bloody Hell’ is considered a mild swear word compared to others, which has surprised some Good Morning Britain viewers from the moment of the ITV morning programme.
One viewer asked: “Can’t you just say ‘Bloody Hell’ on the telly at 7 a.m.?”
Another scathing commenter wrote: “Richard Madley just said these words: ‘Oh flipping heck’ is live on GMB. Made me vomit in my cornflakes.”
Another wrote: “Richard Madley is absolutely the worst,” as a fellow viewer tweeted: “Woke up. Turned on GMB. Saw Madley. Turned off.”
Susannah shares an exciting update on the hit reality show for ITV viewers, Richard makes a scathing critical comment on the ITV smash hit show.
Susannah teased an interview with show host Laura Whitmore later in the program, as Love Island hits screens once again on Monday evening in Spain for a summer of fun and flirting.
But when Susannah once again shared her enthusiasm for the show, Richard looked suspicious as he sat beside her.
Before leaving for the program’s ad break, he said in a scathing tone about Love Island: “It’s over. Sure, we’ve had enough.”
Susanna managed to keep her mouth shut in response, but seemed unhappy with Richard’s comments.
Richard recently admitted that he is unsure of his future on Good Morning Britain, speaking on Kate Thornton’s podcast White Wine Question Time.
He added: “But what I do on my own, which is Good Morning Britain at the moment, although who knows how long it will last.
“I’m doing it month after month at the moment and I feel very happy. I love working at that level, I have my main career curve. I’m not looking for some big career, we will See what happens. But I enjoy doing it, I enjoy doing it.”
Good Morning Britain airs on ITV at 6am on weekdays.