Strictly Come Dancing fans were left stunned tonight after mistakenly believing Craig Revel Horwood swore live on air.
The Olympian struggled again this week during his performance with professional Luba.
Unsurprisingly, Craig wasn’t exactly sympathetic, remarking: “Well the pancake tossing was the best part of that routine.”
He also brought up the fact that it didn’t feel like a rodeo theme and that he was like a “bucking bull”.
But viewers were convinced he had said “f***ing bull”.
Flocking to Twitter , one commented: ” A what bull?? #Strictly.”
While another remarked: “Did Craig say bucking bull or f***ing bull #Strictly.”
A third asked: “Did Craig just drop the f bomb?! #Strictly.”
Earlier, Anneka Rice burst into tears after hearing the judges comments.
The legendary TV presenter, 60, wowed the judges this evening with an elegant Waltz.
After receiving amazing scores, she couldn’t keep it in this evening while she was talking to Claudia Winkeman.
Asked whether she was ok, Anneka said that she was feeling very emotional, adding: “I didn’t even dance that, my heart danced it.”
Strictly returned tonight for more sexy Sambas, sizzling Sambas and wooden Waltzs.
Hoping to impress again tonight were Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse, who soared to the top of the leaderboard after their jaw-dropping Samba, scoring an impressive 32.
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This evening they will perfoem a Waltz to What the World Needs Now by Burt Bacharach.
Close behind them last week was Karim and Amy, who wowed with their Cha Cha and won 31 from the judges.
Trailing at the bottom after week 1 was James Cracknell, who was awarded just 11 for his Tango.
A few points above him was Chris Ramsey, who scored only 13 points for his awkward Cha Cha.
Sadly, James and Luba are the favourite couple to leave the competition tonight after their performance last week, but it could all change tonight…
*Strictly Come Dancing returns tomorrow night at 7.15pm on BBC One