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ITV Good Morning Britain hosts forced to apologise after guest swears live on-air

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Good Morning Britain was thrown into chaos on Friday morning after a guest swore live on air during a heated debate, forcing presenter Ben Shepard to apologies for the foul language.

It happened as the panel discussed the scrapping of Batgirl and whether the film would have been better received if the lead actor was a man.It was confirmed this week that the film, which was shot in Glasgow and cost £82 million, would not see the light of day after poor tests screenings.

Broadcaster Dominique Samuels and Film and TV Critic Hannah Flint discussed whether female heroes were maybe not that super.The topic lead them on to other movies, with Flint hitting back at Dominique who claimed Miss Marvel is to be axed.

She responded: "It got 98%, it's the highest rated Marvell series. It's been celebrated. I don't know if that's been confirmed that it's been cancelled?"She added: "Well Miss Marvell is an example of showing representation in a Pakistani/American community, talking about Muslim representation.

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