Louise Redknapp criticised for swearing pre-watershed on Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two

Staff
BBC

Louise Redknapp has sparked anger among the kind of people who are mortified by a quadrilateral of flesh being "flaunted" on The X Factor, after swearing on Strictly Come Dancing's sister show, It Takes Two,

The 43-year-old, who reached last year's final of the ballroom show, said "bitching", if indeed that can be classed as swearing.

Closing the latest episode with her 2002 track '2 Faced', she sang pre-7pm in the chorus: "Stop your bitching, cause you're so sad, bitching behind my back, honey I don't need that."

"Not sure I'm happy about my 8 year old singing stop your b****ing at the top of her voice!" one viewer worked. "Thanks #ItTakesTwo not appropriate for before 7pm."

"#ItTakesTwo two words. B****ing. Watershed," another scowled.

Strictly Come Dancing concludes on Saturday 16 December with its live final, the four remaining celebrities being Gemma Atkinson, Joe McFadden, Debbie McGee and Alexandra Burke.

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