Fans of the popular ITV show Saturday Night Takeaway have complained about an “inappropriate” song performed on the last show in the series.
Viewers took to Twitter to discuss the opening song Bed, which singer Raye performed with DJs Joel Corry and David Guetta.
Some SNT fans thought the lyrics “I have a bed but I would rather be in yours” were “unsuitable” for a family entertainment show.
“Yes, really family-friendly song …” said one.
“Two things, an inappropriate song for children and two When she’s in my bed, where do I go to sleep,” remarked another.
Suitable lyrics for a family show, “said another sarcastically.
Another fan joked, “My dog anthem … I have a bed, but I’d rather be in yours tonight.”
Other viewers applauded the choice of an “uplifting” song with presenters Ant and Dec dancing in the studio.
“Great opening from Rae,” said one.
“@raye gives us VOCALS on #SaturdayNightTakeaway,” applauded another.
“MELODY!!!!!!!!” cheered another.
“Yes! I love this song !!” exclaimed another.
“That started my Saturday night,” wrote another fan.
“Fantastic dance tune,” said another.
The viewers were given many unforgettable moments in this series.
Two weeks ago, Ant and Dec were convinced that a viewer would flash her with excitement after playing the Win The Ads segment.
Fiona from York, who was video-linked on the live family entertainment show, put cardboard masks from Ant and Dec’s faces on her chest, and she rose on the couch and tugged on the bottom of her top.
“Don’t do it,” Dec said and Fiona mimicked the way she lifted her top.
As she continued to cheer with excitement on the couch, the hosts quickly parted from the action.
“We’re going to leave it there because it could be dangerous,” said Ant.
“I thought we were going to have that,” said Ant, making a uplifting motion.
“I thought so too,” agreed Dec.
“Oh my god. Fiona rubbed Ant and Dec’s face on their t ** s and then flashed almost the whole nation,” one viewer tweeted.
Another guest on the same game show segment was branded an “icon” after Ant and Dec told her she had won in the giveaway for viewers.
Her reaction was to tear off her wig in celebration before putting it back on.
The fans also expressed their disgust after guest announcer Gordon Ramsay made an “insulting” comment about a viewer.
The small-mouthed celebrity chef was playing Read My Lips, a game in which he had to guess which viewers were video-linked at him while wearing noise-canceling headphones when he made the remark.
When a candidate repeatedly yelled at him with the word “garlic bread” as he tried to guess the dish, the television star said he couldn’t understand what she was saying to him because of the “gap” in her teeth.