Lorraine Kelly stunned her celebrity friends and fans as she let rip with a sweary rant in a comedy sketch.
The talk show host filmed the funny piece for BBC Children In Need and people were surprised to see the usually smiley star serving up a foul-mouthed tirade.
The video, which was shared on ITV's Lorraine, showed Kelly sat at a desk working in an office.
Actor Lenny Rush seemed to be the boss and was saying how wonderful she was, as she was heard chatting on the phone and sweetly asking someone to "hold on a wee second poppet”.
But Kelly then covered the phone and launched into a rant, with her expletives bleeped out.
"How many times have I told you to (bleep) shut up?" she shouted.
The video cut to celebs looking stunned as she lost it.
Peter Andre was at another desk and spat out his water, while Dragons’ Den star Deborah Meaden looked gobsmacked.
Pudsey Bear then poked his head around a corner and Kelly turned on him.
"What the (bleep) are you looking at?" she demanded.
Returning to her phone call, she then switched back to her usual demeanour.
Kelly, 62, said it had been "such a laugh" to film the skit.
"Poor Pudsey Bear," she giggled. "Shocked.”
Fans also thought it was hilarious, with one tweeting: "My love for Lorraine has just deepened."
"Amazing!" remarked somebody else.
One joked: "Ha ha! The façade has dropped and the truth is out! Hilarious clip."
BBC’s Children In Need airs on BBC One and iPlayer tonight (18 November) from 7pm.
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