‘You can’t say that on TV!’ The Bachelor star Rachael Arahill drops the F-bomb LIVE on Studio 10 – forcing Sarah Harris to issue an apology
She was eliminated from The Bachelor on Wednesday’s episode after being caught flirting with one of the show’s male producers.
And on Thursday, Rachael Arahill caused further controversy when she dropped the F-bomb during a live interview on Studio 10.
After recapping the events of the show, host Sarah Harris gave Rachael and her co-star Nikki Ferris the opportunity to say their ‘final piece’ to a cardboard cutout of Matt Agnew.
Don’t hold back! Rachael Arahill (pictured) accidentally dropped the F-bomb live on Studio 10, while discussing the incident alongside ousted Nikki Ferris, who was also sent home
‘This is your chance to say your final piece to Matt,’ Sarah told the women.
Nikki wasted no time ridiculing Matt, bizarrely describing him as a ‘lesbian’.
Sensing her opportunity to make headlines, Rachel then said: ‘I will leave it with a simple one… You’re a f***ing dog!’
The truth! After recapping what went down on the show, co-host Sarah Harris (pictured) gave the girls the opportunity to say their ‘final piece’ to a cardboard cutout of Bachelor Matt Agnew
True feelings! Nikki Ferris (left) wasted no time in taking a jab at Bachelor Matt, calling him a lesbian and saying this was the reason why Rachael (right) had found her own lesbian in Vakoo
A horrified Sarah immediately shut down the conversation and scolded Rachael, saying: ‘Whoa, whoa, whoa, you cannot say that on TV!’
Rachael seemingly did not realise that she show was being broadcast live, prompting Sarah to bury her head in her hands.
Studio 10 then cut to ad break, before it later returned with Sarah addressing the foul language and issuing a formal apology.
Whoa! Shocked at what she was hearing, Sarah immediately shut down the conversation and scolded the girls, saying: ‘Whoa, whoa, whoa, you cannot say that on TV!’
Shocked! When a seemingly bemused Rachael asked the show’s host whether it was being recorded live, Sarah (pictured) reluctantly said, ‘It is live!’ while holding her head in her hands
‘Before we get to showbiz, we need to apologise for a segment which went to our a few minutes ago,’ Sarah began.
She went on to explain that both Rachael and Nikki had used language that was completely inappropriate for morning television.
‘This is, of course, live television and it took us by surprise as well. We really hope that you accept our apologies for any offence that was taken after that segment,’ she said.
‘We need to do better.’
‘We need to do better!’ The show’s other co-hosts Cassandra Thorburn (left) and Joe Hildebrand (right) were equally as shocked as Sarah upon hearing the F-bomb