Britain's Got Talent spoilers follow.
Britain's Got Talent's newest judge Bruno Tonioli swore yet again on live television — moments after being reprimanded by hosts Ant and Dec for his language.
During Wednesday's (May 31) show, Bruno had been brought on-stage alongside fellow judge Amanda Holden by magician Miki Dark. The pair were made to take part in one of his stunts, which saw Bruno seemingly beheaded on stage.
The terrifying performance proved too much for Bruno as he appeared to let his potty mouth get the best of him once more as the illusionist brought him towards the guillotine.
He later addressed the second slip-up, taking a moment to apologise to viewers at home.
"Guys, first let me apologise personally," he said.
"I was so into what happened yesterday, and what do I do? I did it again and I am so sorry. I promise you I will never do it again."
The Strictly Come Dancing star had suffered a similar incident during last night's semi-final, swearing as he watched daredevil Andrew Stanton's brutal performance.
The incident was addressed earlier in Wednesday's show when Ant McPartlin requested a moment of silence from the audience.
"Now before we carry on, we have to just say sorry if you heard a bit of choice language on this show last night," he said, while jokingly pointing at Bruno.
"There will be none of that this evening."
Elsewhere on the show dance group Ghetto Kids and singer Travis George were named as the next two acts to make it to Sunday's finale and a step closer to a spot in the Royal Variety show.
Britain's Got Talent airs on ITV1 and ITVX.
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