BBC’s The One Show have been forced to apologise for allowing Rita Ora and her extremely controversial cleavage on their couch yesterday after it sparked national outrage and hundreds of complaints.
She was there promoting The Voice with One Show hosts Matt Baker and Alex Jones and her fellow Voice coaches Tom Jones, Ricky Wilson and Will.i.am. But any Voice promotion went right out the window as social media exploded with widespread disgust at Rita’s braless chest.
Amazingly, she managed to generate FOUR HUNDRED official complaints, with one enraged viewer posting this on the BBC message board:
Isn’t it about time the BBC had a dress code? I do not want to see her boobs hanging out on a family programme. I find it quite disgraceful.
The One Show were then forced to issue an official complaint on their Facebook page after the show, explaining how they would of asked her to cover up had they been consulted prior to Rita’s appearance.
What is wrong with BBC viewers? Lorraine Kelly and Holly Willoughby get away with this stuff every morning on their ITV shows, and Channel 4, well, do we have to speak for Channel 4?
Sort it out BBC.