Susanna Reid forced to apologise for Dennis Rodman’s ‘fruity language’

Susanna Reid was forced to apologise for Dennis Rodman’s ‘fruity language’ on Thursday’s Good Morning Britain.

The presenter, 49, and co-host Piers Morgan spoke to the former basketball legend, 59, yet the interview was hit with several sound issues.

At one stage during the chat, Dennis even forgot Susanna’s name and accidentally called her ‘Cindy’. 

'Fruity language': Susanna Reid was forced to apologise for Dennis Rodman's 'fruity language' on Thursday's Good Morning Britain

'Fruity language': Susanna Reid was forced to apologise for Dennis Rodman's 'fruity language' on Thursday's Good Morning Britain

‘Fruity language’: Susanna Reid was forced to apologise for Dennis Rodman’s ‘fruity language’ on Thursday’s Good Morning Britain

While Susanna mistook Dennis for saying Michael Jordan is the ‘fastest’ for ‘b*****d’ during the sound issues. 

After the interview, the presenter said: ‘Now there were a few sound issues during that interview so we apologise for that. And apologies if some of the fruity language came through.’

To which Piers protested: ‘He’s Dennis Rodman, come on! What do you expect, it’s not Mother Teresa?    

Sound issues: The presenter, 49, and co-host Piers Morgan spoke to the former basketball legend, 59, yet the interview was hit with several sound issues

Sound issues: The presenter, 49, and co-host Piers Morgan spoke to the former basketball legend, 59, yet the interview was hit with several sound issues

Sound issues: The presenter, 49, and co-host Piers Morgan spoke to the former basketball legend, 59, yet the interview was hit with several sound issues

'Cindy?': At one stage during the chat, Dennis even forgot Susanna's name and accidentally called her 'Cindy'

'Cindy?': At one stage during the chat, Dennis even forgot Susanna's name and accidentally called her 'Cindy'

‘Cindy?’: At one stage during the chat, Dennis even forgot Susanna’s name and accidentally called her ‘Cindy’ 

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‘I just love Dennis Rodman he’s what sports characters should be. You know that team, they’re all just magnificent.’

During the chat, Dennis said: ‘Thank you Piers for having me on your show again, it’s amazing these kids didn’t know anything about Michael Jordan until the last two weeks …

‘They didn’t know about me dating all those people. Doing all the wild stuff, dressing up in drag and all that, they never knew about that.’

Listing Michael Jordan’s strengths, he added: ‘Determination. He just wanted to win so bad, you can spin the fastest, even spin the bottle the best, it didn’t matter he just wanted to win.’

Mistake: While Susanna mistook Dennis for saying Michael Jordan is the 'fastest' for 'b*****d' during the sound issues

Mistake: While Susanna mistook Dennis for saying Michael Jordan is the 'fastest' for 'b*****d' during the sound issues

Mistake: While Susanna mistook Dennis for saying Michael Jordan is the ‘fastest’ for ‘b*****d’ during the sound issues

To which Susanna asked: ‘Do you still still see Michael Jordan and hang out together?’ 

With Dennis awkwardly calling the presenter ‘Cindy’, as he replied: ‘Cindy, Cindy is it? What did you say Cindy?’ 

Fans were left in hysterics over the interview as they took to Twitter to share their thoughts. 

One person said: ‘The great #DennisRodman what made me laugh was Dennis was trying to clarify @susannareid100 name.. and called her cindyyyy lool #GMB.’ 

After the interview, Susanna said: 'Now there were a few sound issues during that interview so we apologise for that. And apologies if some of the fruity language came through.'

After the interview, Susanna said: 'Now there were a few sound issues during that interview so we apologise for that. And apologies if some of the fruity language came through.'

After the interview, Susanna said: ‘Now there were a few sound issues during that interview so we apologise for that. And apologies if some of the fruity language came through.’

Funny: Fans were left in hysterics over the interview as they took to Twitter to share their thoughts

Funny: Fans were left in hysterics over the interview as they took to Twitter to share their thoughts

Funny: Fans were left in hysterics over the interview as they took to Twitter to share their thoughts

A different user put: ‘@GMB I didn’t hear Dennis Rodman use any fruity language. I did, however, hear him call @susannareid100 “Cindy”! Rolling on the floor laughing @piersmorgan.’ 

While another account added: ‘Can’t except a clean interview with Dennis Rodman especially on LIVE daytime tv #gmb.’ 

Netflix released a six-part documentary about Michael Jordan in April called The Last Dance. 

Legends: Netflix released a six-part documentary about Michael Jordan in April called The Last Dance chronicling his life and the Chicago Bulls, which Dennis features heavily in (Dennis, left, and Michael, right, pictured in 1997)

Legends: Netflix released a six-part documentary about Michael Jordan in April called The Last Dance chronicling his life and the Chicago Bulls, which Dennis features heavily in (Dennis, left, and Michael, right, pictured in 1997)

Legends: Netflix released a six-part documentary about Michael Jordan in April called The Last Dance chronicling his life and the Chicago Bulls, which Dennis features heavily in (Dennis, left, and Michael, right, pictured in 1997) 

It chronicles the life and career of Jordan and the Chicago Bulls captivating sports fans across the globe. 

Dennis was part of the ultra-successful Bulls side that won three straight championships in 1996, 1997 and 1998, completing a second ‘three-peat’ in the process and was featured heavily in the recently released Netflix series.  

Despite its popularity, the documentary has attracted criticism due to its supposed pro-Jordan slant. 

Criticism: Despite its popularity, the documentary has attracted criticism due to its supposed pro-Jordan slant (Michael Jordan pictured with Most Valuable Player trophy in the prime of his career)

Criticism: Despite its popularity, the documentary has attracted criticism due to its supposed pro-Jordan slant (Michael Jordan pictured with Most Valuable Player trophy in the prime of his career)

Criticism: Despite its popularity, the documentary has attracted criticism due to its supposed pro-Jordan slant (Michael Jordan pictured with Most Valuable Player trophy in the prime of his career) 

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