Charlie Stayt surprises BBC viewers as he misses swear word

BBC Breakfast: Charlie speaks to Ryan Moloney about Neighbours

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However, Charlie must have had a touch of Friday fatigue as he failed to pick up on the actor swearing on the live show at just 9am. As the pair talked on BBC Breakfast about the soap being saved by Amazon Freevee, the broadcaster seemed to completely miss the fact the Toadie star had dropped the “S bomb” while chatting live from Australia.

“What’s going on?” Charlie probed as Ryan appeared from Melbourne via a video link.

The Australian soap star seemed to be standing in a field recording himself, and responded: “Yeah, I’m at home.”

He went on: “This is our farm. We’re doing it up actually.

“This is… erm, what is this, BBC? This is the place that we call Chateau S***hole, actually.

“Because we’re going to pull it all apart, and build it up into another nice shiny new farm.”

However, Charlie either didn’t want to bring further attention to foul language, or he didn’t seem to realise.

The interview carried, on, leaving some viewers surprised by Charlie’s lack of response.

Broadcaster Scott Bryan posted the clip on his Twitter account, writing: “Toadie from Neighbours said “Chateaux S***house” on BBC Breakfast this morning.”

Fellow Twitter user @TonyHT also spotted the swearword, writing: “Did Toady from Neighbours really just say s***hole on #BBCBreakfast?”

Responding, @lizneedhamSTAR commented: “He did! I was surprised that Charlie Stayt didn’t pick him up on it!”

@L4ur4D remarked: “I unexpectedly had breakfast TV on today as I’m wfh and was surprised Charlie didn’t make the mandatory ‘sorry if you were offended’ on behalf of the guest.

“It was hilarious Ryan paused before he said it. Maybe he forgot it wasn’t the evening in the UK.”

@_joshchapman98 added: “No apology from Charlie Stayt either. Heard Toadie say something like ‘what can I say on the BBC?’ and then went with that,” along with a laughing emoji.

@Baresark_Artist penned: “Toadie just got away with saying “Chateau S***hole” on #BBCBreakfast and I don’t think they realised he said it as we didn’t get the usual apology from the presenter for the bad language.”

The awkward live blunder comes just a day after the news that Neighbours would be revived from cancellaiton was announced.

On Thursday, it was announced Amazon Freevee would take on the popular soap which ran for 37 years before being axed earlier this year.

A new series will begin filming next year, with beloved characters like Paul Robinson (played by Stefan Dennis), Dr Karl Kennedy (Alan Fletcher), Toadfish and Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne) reprising their roles.

Head of AVOD original content and programming, Amazon Studios, Lauren Anderson said: “Neighbours has captivated its audience for nearly 40 years, building a dedicated and loyal following for the lives and stories of the characters on Ramsay Street.

“With the power of streaming, we’re able to offer a catalogue of thousands of Neighbours episodes for new audiences to discover this legendary series and current fans to relive their favourite moments.

“We look forward to immersing the audience in new Ramsay Street experiences when we relaunch the show next year for Amazon Freevee and Prime Video customers.”

Neighbours is set to start production soon and air in 2023.

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