Holly Willoughby apologises after shouting ‘f**k off’ to Stephen Mulhern in live Dancing On Ice blunder

She made an X-rated slip-up! (Picture: ITV)

Dancing On Ice viewers have been left stunned at apparently hearing Holly Willoughby shout ‘f**k off’ to co-host Stephen Mulhern.

The former This Morning presenter, 42, appeared to make the live blunder when Stephen shouted at her to scare her during the live show.

Keeping in the theme of movie week, he tried to make her jump while she was introducing the next couple.

And it certainly worked.

Clearly startled, Holly could be heard saying ‘F**k off’, according to viewers.

But she later denied it, and apologised to those watching at home, saying: ‘Now, a little bit earlier on, Stephen may have made me jump, and I think it may have sounded like a naughty word slipped out.

‘I don’t think I did! But I’m sorry if that’s what you thought you might have heard, but I don’t think I did.

‘I’ll watch it back on ITV player, because that’s where you can watch these things back.

‘But I’m sorry!’

Stephen joked back: ‘I get the blame for everything at the moment, I’m new!’

Holly was clearly shaken! (Picture: ITV)

Holly later apologised for the blunder (Picture: ITV)

‘HOLLY TOLD STEPHEN TO F**K OFF LIVE ON TV LMAO,’ viewer Paige wrote on X.

@AngryBritain said: ‘Holly literally just said “F**K”. F**king brilliant.’

Lenny added: ‘Did Holly just say f**ker.’

‘Did Holly just call Stephen a f**ker,’ Jake echoed.

Viewers are convinced by what they saw (Picture: X)

The series has returned with Holly as host, after speculation over whether she would be back following her exit from This Morning last year.

Stephen meanwhile has taken over as co-host, replacing Phillip Schofield, who resigned from ITV in full after admitting his ‘unwise but not illegal affair’.

The series so far has seen plenty of drama, with two stars forced to drop out over injuries.

Stephen Mulhern took over after Phillip Schofield resigned in full from ITV, following his ‘unwise but not illegal’ affair (Picture: Matt Frost/ITV/Shutterstock)

Gogglebox star Stephen Lustig-Webb broke his ankle during training, and was later replaced by Olympics legend Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards.

It was later revealed Eddie’s pro partner Tippy Packard had to quit the show after sustaining an injury.

11 celebrities remain in the competition, following Ricky Hatton being the first eliminated, including Ryan Thomas, Adele Roberts and Ricky Norwood.

Metro.co.uk has approached ITV for comment.

Dancing On Ice airs Saturdays at 6.20pm on ITV1.

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