Max George swore stay on Strictly Come Dancing (Image: BBC)
The Needed star, 32, was clearly overcome with emotion as they accomplished their American Easy routine on Saturday’s present.
He could possibly be heard yelling: ‘F**king get in!’ when their dance ended, simply earlier than judges dished out their critiques.
Taking to Twitter, the Glad You Got here singer admitted he bought ‘misplaced within the second’ and by accident dropped the F-bomb.
As you do.
‘Hope you loved the dance guys!!!! I’ll have gotten a little bit bit misplaced within the second and mentioned a nasty phrase,’ he tweeted.
‘Apologies if that was the case! A lot love!!! X.’
Viewers couldn’t recover from the scenes, speeding to debate the swear on social media.
‘”F**king get in” MAX THIS IS A FAMILY SHOW,’ one wrote, whereas one other mentioned: ‘I’m certain I simply heard Max say ‘f**king get in’ on the finish of that dance.’
‘Did Max simply say what I feel he mentioned,’ a fan questioned.
Max and Dianne Buswell bought a rating of 20 for his or her efficiency (Image: BBC)
Claudia Winkleman addressed the expletive later within the episode, telling everybody watching from residence: ‘I additionally simply wish to rapidly apologise for some language earlier that concerned Max.
‘I don’t know the small print, I don’t know when you heard. If you happen to did, we’re deeply sorry.
‘Even when you didn’t hear, we’re sorry on each stage.’
Swears apart, Max and Dianne earned a decent 20 for his or her dance, which was set to It Had To Be You by Harry Connick Jr.
Craig Revel Horwood opted to present them a rating of 5, whereas Shirley Ballas was a little bit extra beneficiant, providing a seven, and momentary decide Anton du Beke handed the pair an eight.
Strictly Come Dancing continues on Sunday, at 7.25pm, on BBC One.