The One Shows Roman Kemp forced to apologise as Hollywood star makes rude slur

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    Roman Kemp, 30, was forced to apologise following an interview with the Hollywood icons after a slur was made during BBC’s The One Show.

    Roman and co-star Alex Jones, 45, were joined by actors Dame Helen Mirren, 77, and Zachary Levi, 42, on Monday’s episode of the daily (March 6) chat show, where they dished the dirt about their upcoming stint in the movie blockbuster Shazam! Fury of the Gods.

    During the conversation, Zachary – who plays the movie’s lead superhero, Shazam – accidentally slipped up live on air after he swore.

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    Sharing some behind-the-scenes about the film, the Hollywood heart-throb said, “p****d off,” leading One Show host Roman to issue an apology later.

    Shazam 2 sees Zachary return in the lead role, with Billy Batson now joined by his foster siblings as members of the Shazam family, with Helen, Rachel Zegler and Lucy Liu as the villainous daughters of Atlas.

    Giving fans some clues about the film’s synopsis and how his character received his powers, Zachary told viewers: “These three incredibly beautiful women: Helen, Lucy and Rachel, who are the daughters of Atlas, are extremely “p*****d off” [after their powers were stolen].”

    Helen, who came to her character’s defence, added: “And how did you get those powers?” to which Zachary chimed in with: “The wizard gave them to us.”

    After the interview wrapped up, Roman told viewers: “You can see Shazam Fury of the gods on 17th March, and just quickly, we want to apologise for any language you may have heard.

    "Certain words mean different things on different sides of the ocean.”

    Straight-faced Zachary and Dame Helen were both baffled by the apology and quickly quipped: “What did we say?”

    The actors then break out into fits of giggles before Zachary adds: “OMG, I can’t wait to watch this on the internet.”

    Red-faced One Show hosts Roman and Alex were quick to smooth things out and collectively chimed: “It doesn’t matter.”

    To which Dame Helen coined: “Was it him or me” before the audience erupted into laughter.

    The One Show airs weekdays at 7 pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

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