Saturday Kitchen guest accidentally utters vulgar word live on BBC One

Saturday Kitchen guest accidentally utters vulgar word live on BBC One

Saturday Kitchen viewers were left stunned this week when a guest on the morning cookery show asked what a 'q**m' was live on BBC One.

Chef Poppy O'Toole was a guest on the latest episode of the long-running cookery show, where she was preparing a meal for special guest Alesha Dixon.

However, while she was cooking alongside host Matt Tebbutt things got a little blue when she began talking about how she has become a viral hit on TikTok after getting laid off from her previous job.

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O'Toole meant to say that the TikTok success was all done on a 'whim,' however, she actually said 'q**m' which, for those that don't know is a rather vulgar word for female genitals.

Tebbutt quickly corrected O'Toole after she made the mistake by pointing out the word she need was 'whim.' Seconds later she then asked 'what's a q**m?' Tebbutt handled it like a pro, dodging the question a swiftly moving on much to the amusement of those on set.

However, O'Toole's amusing little mishap didn't go unnoticed and viewers at home were left in hysterics.

One person wrote: "Wonderful wonderful scenes as the world q**m gets said twice instead of whim on #SaturdayKitchen. Highlight of the year so far."

Another said: "Anyone care to tell her? I’ve never heard the word q**m said so many times on a Saturday morning."

A third added: "I want to be emotionally compensated for having my mum ask me what "q**m" means."

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