Christopher Biggins stuns fans with NSFW artwork during BBC News interview

Stephanie Chase
·2-min read
Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

From Digital Spy

Former I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! winner Christopher Biggins gave viewers a much-needed chuckle during his rather NSFW appearance on BBC London News this evening (September 30).

The actor was appearing on the programme to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on the theatre industry after several Pantomime Dames took part in a protest in London to highlight the pandemic's effect on the performing arts.

Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

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But viewers noticed that Biggins had some unusual artwork on his walls during the Zoom interview, particularly a drawing of a bum right beside his head.

One person tweeted: "BBC London: Biggins, will you Zoom interview with us? Biggins: To the bum picture room!"

While another put it more bluntly, writing: "Christopher Biggins on the telly with an arse behind his head."

But that wasn't the only NSFW moment Biggins had on the pre-watershed broadcast.

When asked what he loves about pantomimes, Biggins said: "It's the enjoyment from the huge range of ages.

"I've played to little babies suckling on their mother's titty in the front row to grandmothers. So the age group is huge and it appeals to everybody."

Yes, you read that right, Biggins said "titty" on BBC News, and this caught the attention of viewers too.

One wrote: "Biggins alert! He just said 'titty' on the BBC teatime news," while another added: "Biggins just took very GREAT pleasure in saying 'titty' on BBC London News."

Never change Biggins.

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