Rebel Wilson drops the C-bomb live on morning TV and Lorraine totally pretends it didn’t happen

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Rebel Wilson seemed on Lorraine on Wednesday but the TV presenter really wasn’t awaiting her to dump the C-bomb live on TV mid-morning.

Appearing on the show to promote her new film Pitch Perfect 3, Rebel Wilson was asked by Lorraine Kelly how it feels to be means to do some-more movement in the movie.

Rebel responded that she has a credentials in martial humanities – but that she’s a bit ‘cr*p’ at it.

Rebel Wilson drops the C-bomb live on morning TV and Lorraine ignores it
Rebel Wilson forsaken the C-bomb on Lorraine on Wednesday (Picture: McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

She said: ‘I did a lot of movement (in the film), which is weird. I’ve always wanted to be an movement hero. we actually have a credentials in karate.

‘I was only orange belt so we theory you would contend we was flattering cr*p.’

At this point, Lorraine totally abandoned her clamour and continued with her line of questioning. Oh Lorraine!

Lorraine - Rebel Wilson drops the C bomb
Lorraine totally abandoned Rebel’s clamour (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

Rebel also seemed on The Graham Norton show recently to speak about the latest Pitch Perfect film, which she says ‘really changed’ her life.

Wilson shedded some light on her new high-profile authorised case, which she says was ‘scary’.

She said: ‘I’d never been in a justice before and it was weird having to attest and be really serious.’

She combined that the fact that she has a law class under her belt may have helped her case: ‘Most people demeanour at me and consider we substantially didn’t finish class school.’

 

Lorraine front 8.30am weekdays on ITV.

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