Holly Willoughby in hysterics as David Cameron accidentally says ‘s**t’ on This Morning in live TV blunder

Holly Willoughby in hysterics as David Cameron accidentally says ‘s**t’ on This Morning in live TV blunder

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HOLLY Willoughby and Phillip Schofield got the giggles when David Cameron accidentally said “s**t” during an appearance on This Morning.

The former Prime Minister was on the show to discuss his new book, and the hosts grilled him on his stint as PM and the fateful Brexit referendum that led to his resignation.

David was left humiliated by the live TV blunder

As he spoke about the Leave campaign and MP Michael Gove, 52-year-old David exclaimed: “Believe me, I s**t at… Shouted at the TV!”

Holly and Phil immediately started laughing while the politician went bright red in embarrassment.

Phil quipped: “We all did, and we have done ever since!” as he tried to make light of the awkward blunder.

David attempted to continue the chat but was interrupted by Holly’s giggles.

The hosts found the mistake hysterical
Phil made light of the gaffe

He apologised: “Excuse me, I’m sorry.”

He continued to blush as he repeated the word “shout”, remarking: “We have broken a new bounday I think, I am very sorry.”

Phil replied: “We never saw you say that on Newsnight, that’s for sure!”

Viewers at home were equally tickled by the gaffe, flocking to Twitter to share their reaction.

David desperately tried to move the conversation along
Holly couldnt stop giggling

One wrote: “Today I learnt that David Cameron was so upset at the Leave campaign’s bus of lies that he s**t at the TV.”

Another added: “I’ve never seen a bus and s**t at my TV before…”

A third laughed: “I wish I was in the room while he s**t at the TV.”

David appeared on This Morning alongside his wife Samantha as he opened up about his new memoir For The Record.

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