Tom Hanks Drops the F-Bomb on Live TV People
Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks had an embarrassing moment during a live appearance this morning on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” accidentally dropping the F-bomb, People magazine reports.
The incident took place when interviewer Elizabeth Vargas asked Hanks to speak as one of the characters from his new movie, “Cloud Atlas.”
Hanks warned her: "Mostly it’s swear words." But then he went into a thick accent and said: "I want people to f---ing …" -- then he suddenly stopped himself, covered his mouth and apologized, while Vargas also apologized.
Said Hanks: "Man oh man, I'm sorry. ... I have never done that before. I would apologize to the kids in America who are watching this right now, and ... next time on the show there will be a seven-second delay."
Here’s the clip: