ROMAN Kemp was forced to apologise after a guest swore whilst live on air during the latest episode of The One Show.
Actor Zachary Levi made the error whilst chatting on the BBC's flagship evening show with hosts Roman Kemp and Alex Jones.
He was appearing on the programme to promote his upcoming movie Shazam 2 alongside co-star Dame Helen Mirren.
However, what Zachary intended to be a powerful speech about his female co-stars was quickly overshadowed as he unintentionally swore forcing host Roman to swiftly apologise to viewers at home.
The actor said: "You add to the mix the incredibly beautiful, talented women: Helen Mirren and Lucy Lu and Rachel Zegler who are all the daughters of Atlas and they are p****d off."
Roman was quick to pick up on the blunder but Zachary was none the wiser as to what he had actually said.
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Speaking to the camera, the host said: "We would just like to apologise for any language that you may have heard a moment ago.
"Certain words mean different things on different sides of the world."
Zachary was left scratching his head at what he had said as he attempted to make light of the situation by saying: "What did we say. Oh my God I can’t wait to watch this on the internet."
Co-star Helen was even left confused as she asked Roman if it was her or Zachary that had made the unfortunate slip-up.
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The pair were chatting about the upcoming release of Shazam 2, the sequel to the 2019 movie.
Helen recently admitted in a chat with Graham Norton that she broke her finger while performing one of her own stunts for the film.
The star admitted that she was "incredibly brave" as she recalled the ordeal: "I did some of my own stunts, but I broke my finger.
"I was incredibly brave and didn’t say anything or complain because I wanted to be a real ‘stunty’ person,’ she admitted while showing off the evidence of her injury."
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