PADDY McGuinness threw The One Show into chaos last night after he smashed his head on a wall and swore during a live interview.

Paddy, 47, was on the BBC show alongside his Top Gear co-stars Freddie Flintoff and Chris Harris to discuss the new series.

All three stars were chatting to presenters Alex Jones and Rylan Clark-Neal from their homes, with Paddy sitting in a room with a sloped roof.

A clip was shown from the new series of Paddy climbing into a car and sitting on Chris' knee in the driving seat.

Paddy started to explain how the stunt was "extremely uncomfortable" when he suddenly banged his head on the sloping wall behind him making him cry out in pain.

"Bloody hell!" he shouted as he cradled his head while his co-stars laughed.




Rylan, 32, told viewers: "We should apologise as well if there was any language there."

He then joked: "This man is in charge of driving cars and he’s just knocked himself out in his own bathroom. Are you alright?"

It isn't the first time Paddy has caused a stir during an appearance on The One Show.

Back in August last year, shocked viewers by flashing his bulge in tight white pants.

Once again appearing via video link, Paddy behaved himself throughout the interview until right at the end, when he signed off saying: "Have a good 'un."

Paddy, who was wearing a denim shirt, then stood up and revealed his bulge in a pair of tight, white undies.

The show's official Twitter account later shared the clip and wrote: "Well,
@PaddyMcGuinness that is one way to exit the show!"

The One Show airs weekdays at 7pm on BBC One, while the new series of Top Gear begins on Sunday, March 14 at 8pm on BBC One.

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