X FACTOR: Sharon Osbourne drops the F bomb

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    Rai-Elle Williams and Holly Tandy were eliminated from the X Factor during the dramatic quadruple elimination weekend on Sunday.

    And Sharon Osbourne couldn’t contain her shock at losing two acts in one go as she uttered the word f*** live on TV before gasping as she realised the word had been picked up by the mics.

    The outspoken 65-year-old judge was seen consoling her two acts as they received the news of their elimination and went in for the hug.

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    Shock: Sharon Osbourne couldn't contain her shock at losing her acts Holly Tandy and Rai-Elle Williams as she uttered the word f*** live on TV before gasping as she realised the word had been picked up by the mics on the X Factor

    Shock: Sharon Osbourne couldn’t contain her shock at losing her acts Holly Tandy and Rai-Elle Williams as she uttered the word f*** live on TV before gasping as she realised the word had been picked up by the mics on the X Factor

    Farewell: Rai-Elle and Holl were eliminated from the X Factor during the shock quadruple elimination weekend on Sunday

    Farewell: Rai-Elle and Holl were eliminated from the X Factor during the shock quadruple elimination weekend on Sunday

    Farewell: Rai-Elle and Holl were eliminated from the X Factor during the shock quadruple elimination weekend on Sunday

    But then she dropped the F bomb before bringing her hand to her mouth in shock as she realised what she had done pre-watershed.

    This came just one week after Sharon provoked the ire of viewers by saying to the booing audience ‘yeah I know, I’m a b***h’ during a critique of Matt Linnen a full 30 minutes before the watershed. 

     MailOnline has contacted a representative for X Factor for comment.

    Grace Davies topped the viewers vote for the Sunday night show and had to face off against Saturday night’s champion Rak-Su. 

    Rak-Su pulled off a smooth performance of original song Mona Lisa while Grace worked her way through her song Hesitate. 

    The calm before the storm: The outspoken 65-year-old judge was seen consoling her two acts as they received the news of their elimination and went in for the hug

    The calm before the storm: The outspoken 65-year-old judge was seen consoling her two acts as they received the news of their elimination and went in for the hug

    The calm before the storm: The outspoken 65-year-old judge was seen consoling her two acts as they received the news of their elimination and went in for the hug

    Wow: But then she dropped the F bomb before bringing her hand to her mouth in shock as she realised what she had done pre-watershed

    Wow: But then she dropped the F bomb before bringing her hand to her mouth in shock as she realised what she had done pre-watershed

    Wow: But then she dropped the F bomb before bringing her hand to her mouth in shock as she realised what she had done pre-watershed

    And her expletive dropping didn’t go unnoticed by social media with one whimsical fan writing ‘oh @MrsSOsbourne what are you like dropping the “F” Bomb “live” on @ITV earlier this evening on @TheXFactor – only you!’

    Another fan wrote ‘Sharon Osbourne just dropped the F word’ while a further viewer shared a photo of a shocked Mrs O captioned ‘Sharon Osbourne when she realised her live F-WORD slip had been heard loud and clear on live TV.’ 

    And another fan wrote ‘swearing is not good mrs o your a lady’ (sic) 

    Victory: Grace Davies topped the viewers vote for the Sunday night show and had to face off against Saturday night's champion Rak-Su, with the boy band emerging victorious

    Victory: Grace Davies topped the viewers vote for the Sunday night show and had to face off against Saturday night's champion Rak-Su, with the boy band emerging victorious

    Victory: Grace Davies topped the viewers vote for the Sunday night show and had to face off against Saturday night’s champion Rak-Su, with the boy band emerging victorious

    And it was Rak-Su who finally won the weekend and a session with an acclaimed songwriter. 

    First through to the semi-final was Kevin Davy White with Matt Linnen following.

    Both girls were emotional as they received the bad news and Holly said: ‘We’re two 16-year-olds and we’ve done so well so far. You will see us again.’ 

    ‘You are going to see me again. It isn’t the end for me,’ said Rai-Elle.  

    Tears: Both girls were emotional as they received the bad news and Holly said: 'We're two 16-year-olds and we've done so well so far. You will see us again'

    Tears: Both girls were emotional as they received the bad news and Holly said: 'We're two 16-year-olds and we've done so well so far. You will see us again'

    Tears: Both girls were emotional as they received the bad news and Holly said: ‘We’re two 16-year-olds and we’ve done so well so far. You will see us again’

    Proud: Dermot did his best to console the teen singers as they hugged their mentor Sharon

    Proud: Dermot did his best to console the teen singers as they hugged their mentor Sharon

    Proud: Dermot did his best to console the teen singers as they hugged their mentor Sharon

    Dream is over: Sharon wrapped an arm around each of her girls during the bittersweet night

    Dream is over: Sharon wrapped an arm around each of her girls during the bittersweet night

    Dream is over: Sharon wrapped an arm around each of her girls during the bittersweet night

    Sad times: Holly looked overcome with emotion as she was informed she was leaving the competition

    Sad times: Holly looked overcome with emotion as she was informed she was leaving the competition

    Sad times: Holly looked overcome with emotion as she was informed she was leaving the competition

    Emotion: Holly broke down as she bade farewell to the talent competition and Rak-Su offered their condolences

    Emotion: Holly broke down as she bade farewell to the talent competition and Rak-Su offered their condolences

    Emotion: Holly broke down as she bade farewell to the talent competition and Rak-Su offered their condolences

    Overjoyed: Rak-Su were overwhelmed as they received the news they had finally won the prize fight

    Overjoyed: Rak-Su were overwhelmed as they received the news they had finally won the prize fight

    Overjoyed: Rak-Su were overwhelmed as they received the news they had finally won the prize fight

    Applause: The acts lined up ahead of the much anticipated double elimination on Sunday

    Applause: The acts lined up ahead of the much anticipated double elimination on Sunday

    Applause: The acts lined up ahead of the much anticipated double elimination on Sunday

    Fighting for the win: Grace pulled off a second passionate performance of her song Hesitate as she fought for the public vote

    Polished: Rak-Su were in great spirits as they danced their way through original song Mona Lisa 

    Polished: Rak-Su were in great spirits as they danced their way through original song Mona Lisa 

    Polished: Rak-Su were in great spirits as they danced their way through original song Mona Lisa 

    Owning the stage: Rak-Su J worked the stage as he pulled off a polished vocal performance

    Owning the stage: Rak-Su J worked the stage as he pulled off a polished vocal performance

    Owning the stage: Rak-Su J worked the stage as he pulled off a polished vocal performance

    The X Factor returned its the second half of its dramatic quadruple elimination weekend on Sunday.

    Tonight’s quarter-final saw Nicole Scherzingers Overs category battle it out for a spot in the semi-final alongside Sharon Osbourne’s Girls.

    But it got off to a dramatic start when Simon Cowell accused Nicole Scherzinger of ‘pretending to cry’ during her act Kevin Davy White’s stripped back rendition of Whitney Houston’s I Will Always Love You.   

    Yeah! Nicole cheered as both of her acts went safely through to the semi-final 

    Yeah! Nicole cheered as both of her acts went safely through to the semi-final 

    Yeah! Nicole cheered as both of her acts went safely through to the semi-final 

    Oh dear: Sunday night's X Factor kicked off with a bang as Simon Cowell accused Nicole Scherzinger of faking tears over her act Kevin Davy White

    Oh dear: Sunday night's X Factor kicked off with a bang as Simon Cowell accused Nicole Scherzinger of faking tears over her act Kevin Davy White

    Oh dear: Sunday night’s X Factor kicked off with a bang as Simon Cowell accused Nicole Scherzinger of faking tears over her act Kevin Davy White

    Anger: A fuming Nicole said: 'This is all just hogwash, Before I say something my mother won't be happy with me saying on live TV. You are it.That was pure. Thank you. You made it your own.'

    Anger: A fuming Nicole said: 'This is all just hogwash, Before I say something my mother won't be happy with me saying on live TV. You are it.That was pure. Thank you. You made it your own.'

    Anger: A fuming Nicole said: ‘This is all just hogwash, Before I say something my mother won’t be happy with me saying on live TV. You are it.That was pure. Thank you. You made it your own.’

    The winner of the prize fight competition won a songwriting session with Ali Tamposi who wrote Camila Cabello’s number one single Havana. 

    In the spirit of the show Dermot presented giant lovehearts to the judges with Simon’s saying ‘you’re so vain’.

    Nicole’s said ‘sher-mazing’  while Sharon’s said ‘Love you Mrs O’ and poor Louis Walsh’s said ‘No thanks’. 

    Mixed reaction: Nicole's act Kevin Davy White, a previous prize fight winner took on Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You, with the iconic song stripped back and accompanied by a haunting guitar

    Mixed reaction: Nicole's act Kevin Davy White, a previous prize fight winner took on Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You, with the iconic song stripped back and accompanied by a haunting guitar

    Mixed reaction: Nicole’s act Kevin Davy White, a previous prize fight winner took on Whitney Houston’s I Will Always Love You, with the iconic song stripped back and accompanied by a haunting guitar

    Feedback: Louis gave a mixed comment saying: 'You're a real person. You've got real talent. I like what you did with it. I didn't like it as much as last week'

    Feedback: Louis gave a mixed comment saying: 'You're a real person. You've got real talent. I like what you did with it. I didn't like it as much as last week'

    Feedback: Louis gave a mixed comment saying: ‘You’re a real person. You’ve got real talent. I like what you did with it. I didn’t like it as much as last week’

    Unpopular comments: Simon said: 'This isn't going to make me very popular. My gut feeling was the guitar sounded out of tune. It took over the song so well'

    Unpopular comments: Simon said: 'This isn't going to make me very popular. My gut feeling was the guitar sounded out of tune. It took over the song so well'

    Unpopular comments: Simon said: ‘This isn’t going to make me very popular. My gut feeling was the guitar sounded out of tune. It took over the song so well’

    Outrage: He continued:  'Nicole did pretend to cry and to be fair she's done well. I believe she's done well. I'm just being honest'

    Outrage: He continued:  'Nicole did pretend to cry and to be fair she's done well. I believe she's done well. I'm just being honest'

    Outrage: He continued:  ‘Nicole did pretend to cry and to be fair she’s done well. I believe she’s done well. I’m just being honest’

    Powerful: First up was teen sensation Rai-Elle Williams who performed Jean Knight's Mr. Big Stuff with a rapping midsection

    Powerful: First up was teen sensation Rai-Elle Williams who performed Jean Knight's Mr. Big Stuff with a rapping midsection

    Powerful: First up was teen sensation Rai-Elle Williams who performed Jean Knight’s Mr. Big Stuff with a rapping midsection

    Playful: Nicole added; 'I love your hair. I just want to squeeze it. It was so fun, so playful. You remind me of a little baby British Lauryn Hill'

    Playful: Nicole added; 'I love your hair. I just want to squeeze it. It was so fun, so playful. You remind me of a little baby British Lauryn Hill'

    Playful: Nicole added; ‘I love your hair. I just want to squeeze it. It was so fun, so playful. You remind me of a little baby British Lauryn Hill’

    Great: Simon raved: 'You are just getting better and better and better. You never complain or moan. Some of the vocals were off a little bit. You have to be in the semi-final next week'

    Great: Simon raved: 'You are just getting better and better and better. You never complain or moan. Some of the vocals were off a little bit. You have to be in the semi-final next week'

    Great: Simon raved: ‘You are just getting better and better and better. You never complain or moan. Some of the vocals were off a little bit. You have to be in the semi-final next week’

    First up was teen sensation Rai-Elle Williams who performed Jean Knight’s Mr. Big Stuff with a rapping midsection.

    Louis gushed: ‘ I loved everything about it.’

    Nicole added; ‘I love your hair. I just want to squeeze it. It was so fun, so playful. You remind me of a little baby British Lauryn Hill

    Simon raved: ‘You are just getting better and better and better. You never complain or moan.  Some of the vocals were off a little bit. You have to be in the semi-final next week.’

    Sharon said: ‘Who other than you could find a song from the 70s and make it current and fun. I just love you!’ 

    That's Simon's! In the spirit of the show Dermot presented giant lovehearts to the judges with Simon's saying 'you're so vain'

    That's Simon's! In the spirit of the show Dermot presented giant lovehearts to the judges with Simon's saying 'you're so vain'

    That’s Simon’s! In the spirit of the show Dermot presented giant lovehearts to the judges with Simon’s saying ‘you’re so vain’

    Love: Sharon looked proud as she held up her loveheart which said Love You Mrs O

    Love: Sharon looked proud as she held up her loveheart which said Love You Mrs O

    Love: Sharon looked proud as she held up her loveheart which said Love You Mrs O

    Poor Louis! The Irish judge's love heart said 'No Thanks' as he laughed out loud'

    Poor Louis! The Irish judge's love heart said 'No Thanks' as he laughed out loud'

    Poor Louis! The Irish judge’s love heart said ‘No Thanks’ as he laughed out loud’

    Nicole’s act Kevin Davy White, a previous prize fight winner took on Whitney Houston’s I Will Always Love You, with the iconic song stripped back and accompanied by a haunting guitar.

    Louis gave a mixed comment saying: ‘You’re a real person. You’ve got real talent. I like what you did with it. I didn’t like it as much as last week.’

    Sharon said: ‘I agree you’re one of the biggest talents. You are the nicest person that we’ve ever had here. You took a huge risk. It was good. I don’t feel it was your best. Rude! (to the crowd baying)’

    Simon said:  ‘This isn’t going to make me very popular. My gut feeling was the guitar sounded out of tune. It took over the song so well

    Praise: Matt Linnen took to the stage next with his rock spin on Alicia Keys classic song Fallin'

    Praise: Matt Linnen took to the stage next with his rock spin on Alicia Keys classic song Fallin'

    Praise: Matt Linnen took to the stage next with his rock spin on Alicia Keys classic song Fallin’

    Banter: Sharon said amid cheers; 'This is probably the best performance you've done to date. I really did feel genuine emotion from you this week'

    Banter: Sharon said amid cheers; 'This is probably the best performance you've done to date. I really did feel genuine emotion from you this week'

    Banter: Sharon said amid cheers; ‘This is probably the best performance you’ve done to date. I really did feel genuine emotion from you this week’

    Power: Next up was Holly Tandy with a polished performance of Ariana Grande & The Weeknd's Love Me Harder

    Power: Next up was Holly Tandy with a polished performance of Ariana Grande & The Weeknd's Love Me Harder

    Power: Next up was Holly Tandy with a polished performance of Ariana Grande & The Weeknd’s Love Me Harder

    Negative response: Louis said: 'I think you could be under pressure. I think you could be in trouble' as Sharon shouted 'she's right up there with everybody else.'

    Negative response: Louis said: 'I think you could be under pressure. I think you could be in trouble' as Sharon shouted 'she's right up there with everybody else.'

    Negative response: Louis said: ‘I think you could be under pressure. I think you could be in trouble’ as Sharon shouted ‘she’s right up there with everybody else.’

    Glamour: Nicole flashed her very ample assets in the plunging gown as she smiled

    Glamour: Nicole flashed her very ample assets in the plunging gown as she smiled

    Glamour: Nicole flashed her very ample assets in the plunging gown as she smiled

    Busty: Her chic locks were styled in tousled waves while her make-up featured smoky eyes and a glossy lip

    Busty: Her chic locks were styled in tousled waves while her make-up featured smoky eyes and a glossy lip

    Busty: Her chic locks were styled in tousled waves while her make-up featured smoky eyes and a glossy lip

    Yes! Sharon Osbourne, 65, looked fabulous in a floral dress which clung to her hourglass curves

    Yes! Sharon Osbourne, 65, looked fabulous in a floral dress which clung to her hourglass curves

    Yes! Sharon Osbourne, 65, looked fabulous in a floral dress which clung to her hourglass curves

    ‘Nicole did pretend to cry and to be fair she’s done well. I believe she’s done well. I’m just being honest

    A fuming Nicole said: ‘This is all just hogwash, Before I say something my mother won’t be happy with me saying on live TV. You are it.That was pure. Thank you. You made it your own.’

    Matt Linnen took to the stage next with his rock spin on Alicia Keys classic song Fallin’.

    Wow factor: Fergie was the latest performer to take to the X Factor stage on the night, with her new single Save It Till Morning

    Wow factor: Fergie was the latest performer to take to the X Factor stage on the night, with her new single Save It Till Morning

    Wow factor: Fergie was the latest performer to take to the X Factor stage on the night, with her new single Save It Till Morning

    Louis said: ‘You’re so consistent. You bring something different. It was rocky. It was good. You have to be safe.

    Sharon said amid cheers; ‘This is probably the best performance you’ve done to date. I really did feel genuine emotion from you this week.’

    Simon raved: ‘I do believe you are the most improved contestant. You just give it one thousand percent. If only you were better looking. I’m teasing. I suffer from that burden myself. I have a lot of respect for you.

    Big fan: Fergie told Kevin Davy White, one of her biggest fans, that he had smashed it

    Big fan: Fergie told Kevin Davy White, one of her biggest fans, that he had smashed it

    Big fan: Fergie told Kevin Davy White, one of her biggest fans, that he had smashed it

    Leggy: Fergie wowed during her performance, in which she flashed her toned legs through a semi-sheer skirt

    Fan favourite: Grace Davies, who said she 'was crazy in love' closed the show with original song Hesitate

    Fan favourite: Grace Davies, who said she 'was crazy in love' closed the show with original song Hesitate

    Fan favourite: Grace Davies, who said she ‘was crazy in love’ closed the show with original song Hesitate

    Winning formula: Simon said: 'We've got you back again over the past few weeks. You had the confidence and your song stood out among well-known songs. Your energy was there. It's like your confidence is back'

    Winning formula: Simon said: 'We've got you back again over the past few weeks. You had the confidence and your song stood out among well-known songs. Your energy was there. It's like your confidence is back'

    Winning formula: Simon said: ‘We’ve got you back again over the past few weeks. You had the confidence and your song stood out among well-known songs. Your energy was there. It’s like your confidence is back’

    Bombshell: Nicole Scherzinger wowed as she put on a very busty display in a black dress with racy semi-sheer panels on Sunday night's quarter-final show

    Bombshell: Nicole Scherzinger wowed as she put on a very busty display in a black dress with racy semi-sheer panels on Sunday night's quarter-final show

    Bombshell: Nicole Scherzinger wowed as she put on a very busty display in a black dress with racy semi-sheer panels on Sunday night’s quarter-final show

    Nicole said: ‘You were in the boxing ring tonight. You came full throttle. I’m so proud of you. You scher-slayed tonight!’ 

    Next up was Holly Tandy with a polished performance of Ariana Grande & The Weeknd’s Love Me Harder. 

    Simon said; ‘You’ve come back with a way better song. You look more current and relevant. Everyone has come out fighting for a place. You put your stamp on the competition

    Nicole said: ‘You come out fighting. I wish you had swagged the vocals a bit more but good job.’

    Fist pump: Nicole was clearly having a whale of a time during the live quarter-final 

    Fist pump: Nicole was clearly having a whale of a time during the live quarter-final 

    Fist pump: Nicole was clearly having a whale of a time during the live quarter-final 

    Shaking it up: Nicole couldn't keep in her seat as she waxed lyrical about a performance

    Shaking it up: Nicole couldn't keep in her seat as she waxed lyrical about a performance

    Shaking it up: Nicole couldn’t keep in her seat as she waxed lyrical about a performance

    Good spirits: Nicole shared a humorous moment with her fellow judges during the evening

    Good spirits: Nicole shared a humorous moment with her fellow judges during the evening

    Good spirits: Nicole shared a humorous moment with her fellow judges during the evening

    Bombshell: Nicole Scherzinger wowed as she put on a very busty display in a black dress with racy semi-sheer panels on Sunday night's quarter-final show

    Bombshell: Nicole Scherzinger wowed as she put on a very busty display in a black dress with racy semi-sheer panels on Sunday night's quarter-final show

    Bombshell: Nicole Scherzinger wowed as she put on a very busty display in a black dress with racy semi-sheer panels on Sunday night’s quarter-final show

    Louis said: ‘I think you could be under pressure. I think you could be in trouble’ as Sharon shouted ‘she’s right up there with everybody else.’

    Sharon added; ‘You did yourself proud. I’m really proud of you. 

    Grace Davies, who said she ‘was crazy in love’ closed the show with original song Hesitate.

    Oh wow; Sharon pulled a shocked expression as she got down to critiquing the contestants

    Oh wow; Sharon pulled a shocked expression as she got down to critiquing the contestants

    Oh wow; Sharon pulled a shocked expression as she got down to critiquing the contestants

    Good to see you: Nicole gave host Dermot a quick peck on the cheek before the show started

    Good to see you: Nicole gave host Dermot a quick peck on the cheek before the show started

    Good to see you: Nicole gave host Dermot a quick peck on the cheek before the show started

    Simon said: ‘We’ve got you back again over the past few weeks. You had the confidence and your song stood out among well-known songs. Your energy was there. It’s like your confidence is back.’

    Nicole said: ‘You’re such a great songwriter. It reminded me a little of the song I heard before. You’re so talented.’

    Louis said: ‘You’re like a seasoned performer. You will have an amazing career after this.’

    Sharon raved ‘it was a great song’ 

    Rak-Su were crowned the winners of Saturday night’s live show with their popular rendition of original song Mona Lisa and are in with a chance of winning a session with a renowned songwriter.

    Euphoric: Both Sharon and Nicole couldn’t help but smile as the evening got underway

    But for Sam Black and Sean & Conor Price it was the final curtain as they became the latest contestants eliminated during the dramatic quadruple elimination weekend on the X Factor.

    Louis Walsh and his boys category took on Simon Cowell’s Groups category in Saturday night’s show. 

    Sam Black had failed to impress with his performance of Oops by Little Mix ft Charlie Puth while Sean & Conor had won positive feedback for the rendition of Issues by Julia Michaels.   

    This week show favourite Grace Davies has confessed she struggled in rehearsals this week after she suffered from ‘crippling back pain’, which had left her struggling to walk on Friday morning.

    The aspiring singer , 20, admitted to The Sun that she was ‘unable to get off the floor for 20 minutes’ due to the pain and had to result in crawling across her bedroom.

    Airborne: Nicole looked as if she was about to take off during one critique 

    Airborne: Nicole looked as if she was about to take off during one critique 

    Airborne: Nicole looked as if she was about to take off during one critique 

     

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