Good Morning Britain’s Sean Fletcher was pressured to apologise on as we speak’s present after being referred to as out by viewers for an ’embarrassing’ blunder.
The 46-year-old newsreader had been commenting on Nigella Lawson’s mind-bending pronunciation of the word microwave alongside Charlotte Hawkins and Ben Shephard when he by accident shared the flawed phrase for the phrase in Welsh.
Sean informed viewers that the Welsh phrase for microwave was ‘pippety pong’ fairly than ‘popty ping’ – sparking a barrage of corrections from audiences.
It must also be famous that the broadly accepted phrase for the equipment is meicrodon.
Addressing his mistake shortly afterwards, Charlotte started: ‘Sadly, just a few moments in the past, Sean knowledgeable everyone the Welsh for microwave was pippety pong. Sean, would you want to elucidate your self?’
‘It’s truly popty ping,’ Sean mentioned.
Sean Fletcher corrected himself after followers referred to as him out (Image: ITV)
‘I’m so sorry,’ he continued. ‘I’ve been inundated with Twitter messages.
‘Can I simply level out that I’ve learnt Welsh. My spouse is a Welsh speaker and my spouse’s household are Welsh audio system. My father-in-law is a Welsh professor, so I learnt Welsh once I lived there.’
‘So it’s much more embarrassing,’ quipped Ben.
On Monday night time, TV chef Nigella went viral when she poured some milk right into a pan after warming it up within the ‘meeecro-wa-vay’.
Naturally, everybody watching on at dwelling was each amazed and bewildered in equal measure, however most pledged to observe Nigella’s lead when referring to mentioned kitchen equipment to any extent further.
Addressing her pronunciation in a while, Nigella tweeted: ‘Nicely, I do say it like that, however not as a result of I believe that’s the way it’s truly pronounced.’
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.