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15 December 2017, 13:44
The mum-of-two was met with backlash from viewers who weren't impressed with her language on a 'family' programme.
Lousie Redknapp infuriated viewers on Strictly It Takes Two after forgetting to censor her performance.
The singer made a sensational return to the show, a year after coming ....in the competition, to perform her 2000 hit track 2 Faced, but fans were left a little distracted by the lyrics.
Viewers of the Strictly spin-off show took to Twitter to complain to the BBC for not censoring the expletive lyrics in the song, which was aired before the 7 pm watershed.
Words in the hit song include, "Stop your b****ing, cause you're so sad, b****ing behind my back, honey I don't need that” which some viewers slammed as inappropriate for a family programme.
Despite the initial backlash, Louise was inundated with support from her loyal fans, who were more than excited to see the mother-of-two make her comeback.
"Yes... loved this back in the day & still love it now! Great performance tonight Louise, it really was nostalgic!" wrote one fan, while a second tweeted: "Great to see you singing on our tv screens again. Looking forward to your upcoming gigs."
Louise had been thrilled to make a comeback on the show and took to Twitter to thank the show for inviting her to perform, claiming she hadn't performed in 15 years.
The 43-year-old is going on tour later this month, just before Christmas, and will continue with more performances in January.