Now that's an unfortunate slip of the tongue...
A BBC correspondent who was reporting from outside Westminster about the future of UKIP leader Nigel Farage had a very unfortunate slip of the tongue when trying to say the phrase "personality cult".
After a poor election campaign, UKIP has found itself in a bit of turmoil, with a lot of speculation surrounding Nigel Farage. Political correspondent Norman Smith was live on air, reporting on comments made by UKIP MEP Patrick O'Flynn who said that Farage was "snarling and aggressive" and had turned the party into a "personality cult".
Still, he recovered from the slip quite well, and like a true pro just powered on through.