Loose Women forced to apologise after foul-mouthed blunder live on air | The Sun

LOOSE Women stars were forced to apologise after Kelly Holmes accidentally made a foul-mouthed blunder live on air.

The presenter, 52, covered her mouth in shock as she realised she'd sworn on TV.

Kelly got carried away during a debate about Australian health expert Dr. Vincent Candrawinata calling to ban "fat" Santa Claus.

Kelly shouted: "I've been in health and fitness all my life, but I literally would not care if Santa was fat, thin, black, white, gay or straight – I just want the bloody present."

After the audience and her co-stars Jane Moore, Katie Piper and Denise Welch roared with laughter, Kelly said: "Oops, sorry."

The panel were discussing whether Santa being overweight was spreading a negative body image message over the holidays.


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It came after Dr Vincent's body-shaming comment has attracted a widespread backlash. 

She told news.com.au: "We should not associate this wonderful, joyful time of the year with the need of overeating.

“Shopping centers should not go above and beyond and make a concerted effort to make Santa look fat."

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