Victoria Derbyshire revealed her Jeremy Hunt gaffe was ‘excruciating’ on I’m A Superstar (Image: ITV / EPA)
Victoria Derbyshire recalled her awkward Jeremy Hunt gaffe on I’m A Superstar… Get Me Out Of Right here!, admitting it was her ‘worst day’.
The presenter, 52, made headlines final yr after accidentally referring to the MP as ‘Jeremy C***’ throughout a dwell debate on her present affairs present.
Addressing the blunder on the time, she stated: ‘I’ve by no means stated that earlier than in my life, it’s normally males who say that so I actually actually wish to apologise. I’m sorry.’
Discussing the gaffe along with her campmates, the star branded the second as ‘terrible’ – as Beverley Callard and co laughed.
‘I mispronounced his identify, it was excruciating, it was terrible,’ she stated within the Telegraph.
‘I buried my head in my arms.’
Victoria had her ‘head in her arms’ after the unintentional slip (Image: ITV)
Victoria apologised over the Jeremy Hunt remark (Image: EPA)
Victoria’s co-stars adopted her lead, utilizing the chance to disclose their very own awkward moments at work.
Ruthie Henshall remembered the time she starred reverse performing legend Mickey Rooney in Loopy For You.
She revealed that he gave her one thing to deal with a nasty abdomen, however it made her really feel worse – and she or he virtually had an accident on stage.
Jordan North received in on the motion, telling the story of the second he was requested not to talk about Halsey throughout an interview with Yungblud, as that they had just lately cut up, however by accident forgot and talked about her identify.
Sir Mo Farah additionally remembered the time he fell over whereas competing in a world championship, and began working the incorrect manner across the observe when he ultimately received himself again up.
Effectively, he nonetheless managed to win a bunch of Olympic gold medals, so there you go…
Giovanna Fletcher was left thrilled by the dialogue, telling the digicam: ‘It’s fairly comforting understanding whoever you might be or no matter you do, all of us have these days the place it’s simply not going your manner.’
I’m A Superstar… Get Me Out Of Right here! continues each day, at 9pm, on ITV.