Rocky Horror actress ‘Little Nell’ Campbell drops an F-bomb live on the morning show

Nell Campbell is best known to fans for her racy role as Columbia in the legendary 1975 musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

But the Australian actress, who goes by the stage name ‘Little Nell’, was attracting attention for an even spicier reason on Friday.

Appearing on Australian breakfast show Studio 10 on Channel Ten, the 68-year-old dropped an F-bomb live, with the swearword airing to the public shortly after 11.40am before the program could bleep him.

Flamboyant: Rocky Horror Picture Show star Nell Campbell accidentally swore live as she appeared on Australian breakfast show Studio 10 on Friday. Pictured in 2019

‘How do you wear those shoes, I don’t know!’ Nell told the show’s host, Angela Bishop, while trying to teach her some dance moves.

‘Ladies! I would like to make an announcement to all women in all countries of the world“, she continued, before dropping the swear word.

‘Stop that! You don’t have to wear shoes, follow me home and fuck me, okay! »

“I would like to make an announcement to all women in all countries of the world,” she said. “You don’t have to wear shoes, follow me home and fuck me, okay!” Pictured with host Angela Bishop

Oh dear!  Angela gasped loudly, covering her mouth in shock, before taking the fiery actress by the arm.  'Nel!  We are live on the air!  We can't even beep.  We'll have to stop there

Oh dear! Angela gasped loudly, covering her mouth in shock, before taking the fiery actress by the arm. ‘Nel! We are live on the air! We can’t even beep. We’ll have to stop there,” she said, before jumping into an emergency commercial break.

Whoops!  The star looked shocked herself, standing awkwardly alongside Angela, who joked that Nell should

Whoops! The star looked shocked herself, standing awkwardly alongside Angela, who joked that Nell should ‘put a coin in the swear jar’ as the show cut to a commercial.

Host Angela gasped loudly, covering her mouth in shock, before chatting the feisty actress by the arm.

‘Nel! We are live on the air! We can’t even beep. We’re going to have to stop there,’ she said, before rushing into a commercial break.

The star herself looked shocked, standing awkwardly alongside Angela, who joked that Nell should ‘put a coin in the swear jar’ as the show cut to a commercial.

Plum role: Nell is best known to fans for her racy role as Columbia in the legendary 1975 musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show.  She is pictured, left, in the film

Plum role: Nell is best known to fans for her racy role as Columbia in the legendary 1975 musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show. She is pictured, left, in the film

Earlier in the interview, Nell discussed the impact of Rocky Horror, with its cutting-edge depictions of gender fluidity and pansexuality.

“The great thing about The Rocky Horror Picture Show it helped a lot of people come out sexually or embrace how they feel,” she said.

“Particularly in America, where they are so right wing and Bible bashing, it has been a wonderful, wonderful release for them and it continues. We are approaching the 50th anniversary and it still helps people a lot.

Impact: Nell also discussed the impact of Rocky Horror, with its cutting-edge depictions of gender fluidity and pansexuality.

Impact: Nell also discussed the impact of Rocky Horror, with its cutting-edge depictions of gender fluidity and pansexuality. “The great thing about The Rocky Horror Picture Show it helped a lot of people come out sexually or embrace how they feel,” she said.

Nell’s character, Columbia, is a lover and servant of main character Frank N Furter, played by Tim Curry, residing in his castle.

She portrayed Columbia in both the original 1973 domestic production in London and the 1975 film adaptation.

When asked by Studio Ten host Angela Bishop how she landed her role, Nell joked, “Oh honey, do I have to tell you again, I slept with the director!” You weren’t born yesterday, Ang. How did you get your job?

Impact: “Particularly in America, where they are so right wing and Bible bashing, it has been a wonderful, wonderful release for them and it continues.  We are approaching 50th anniversary and it still helps people so much,' Nell added.

Impact: “Particularly in America, where they are so right wing and Bible bashing, it has been a wonderful, wonderful release for them and it continues. We are approaching 50th anniversary and it still helps people so much,’ Nell added.

During her time on the production, her co-stars gave her the nickname “Little Nell” which later became her stage name.

Curry, 75, starred as ‘sweet transvestite’ villain Dr Frank N Furter in the original London cast of The Rocky Horror Show alongside Nell in 1973.

He became a star when he reprized his role in the 1975 film adaptation The Rocky Horror Picture Show starring Susan Sarandon.

Caption: Tim Curry (pictured) played the villain

Caption: Tim Curry (pictured) starred as ‘sweet transvestite’ villain Dr. Frank N Furter in the original London cast of The Rocky Horror Show alongside Nell in 1973. He became a star when he took over his role in the 1975 film adaptation The Rocky Horror Picture Show