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"It crossed the line. I know the Spice Girls are supposed to be a bit controversial but this is a family show," The Sun quoted a parent as saying. "It should come with a warning if that sort of language is going to be used. I wanted to walk out but that would have upset my kids. "It would have also made her comments an even bigger deal, and my kids would have become more likely to repeat them in the playground knowing how rude they were," the parent added.
This was not the first time that Brown shocked her fans with her language. She piped up with comments similar to those in London during an earlier show also.