Fearne says sorry for overheard swearing
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Fearne says sorry for overheard swearing

Fearne Cotton had to apologise to Radio 1 listeners yesterday during her live Christmas party, after a microphone was left on.

The annual Live Lounge Party had a number of guests being interviewed and performing, and whilst the classic “I wish it could be Christmas Everyday” was playing, listeners heard some of the guests over the top of the music.

Fearne then apologised to listeners and viewers watching online after the track had finished. She said: “We might have heard some bad language on the radio because one of the mics was still faded up in the kitchen.”

Guests included Ricky Gervais, Keith Lemon, Jamie Oliver and Coldplay.

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0 0 786 20 December, 2013 People News 7:39 am 201312 Friday, December 20th, 2013

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