Dawn French shocks Walk The Line viewers with X-rated comments that her 'sex was on show'

Dawn French shocks Walk The Line viewers with X-rated comments that her 'sex was on show'


DAWN French has once again left fans shocked after enjoying an X-rated exchange with a male contestant on Walk The Line.

The comedian, 64, got rude and began talking about 'her sex' while critiquing singer Daniel Arieleno on his audition.

Daniel had performed the Bruno Mars hit Locked Out Of Heaven and Dawn was quick to relate the saucy lyrics to herself.

Dawn told Daniel: "I think you were referring to me when you said, 'Your sex takes me to paradise'.

'And honestly, for that Daniel, I have to apologise because I didn't realise my sex was on show.

"I didn't realise my sex was on show."

Taking to Twitter, one viewer wrote: "Dawn French being v saucy."

Even ITV shared a clip of the exchange, adding: "NOW JUST YOU BEHAVE THIS IS A FAMILY SHOW @Dawn_French!! #WalkTheLine."

Dawn's racy exchange sparked giggles from her fellow judges  Gary Barlow, Alesha Dixon, and Craig David 


Dawn's comments to Daniel came just 24 hours after she was 'inappropriate' with another Walk The Line hopeful, who took to the stage on Monday night.

The star blurted out that she wanted to "kiss" a musician called Youngr as she gave him feedback on his performance.

She said: "I applied the hip and lip test to you, which is…did you make my hips move? Yes you did. When it comes to the lips…"

Dawn then looked at her fellow judges and laughed as she told them: "Calm down, everyone. Calm down!"

But one fan tweeted: "Dawn French is getting more inappropriate… #WalkTheLine."

Another added: "Kinda gross that #DawnFrench said she’d like to kiss that young male contestant on #WalkTheLine. Imagine if a MALE judge said that to a FEMALE contestant? There would be outrage, quite rightly so."

The brainchild of Simon Cowell, Walk The Line sees musical acts – whether they be soloists, duos or groups – go head-to-head in front of the judges and the nation.

But to win the prize money, talent alone isn’t enough.

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The contestants will need nerves of steel as they determine whether to cash out or physically Walk The Line and risk it all to stay in the competition. 

The act that finishes at the top of the leaderboard each night then progresses to the next night’s show, where they will face a new line-up of performers.

The longer they can stay in the competition, the bigger the prize pot.

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