Sunrise ‘F-Bomb’: uncensored

The woman who dropped the F-Bomb on yesterday’s live Sunrise broadcast is adamant her reaction was normal.

Jae Grumley, 20, was called by Sunrise with an offer of $10,000 as part of the show’s Cash Cow giveaway, but let fly with a very strong reaction.

“I don’t feel silly for dropping the F-bomb at all. I think it was just a bit of a shock reaction and they probably should expect that from a surprise like that,” she told News Limited.

Here is the uncensored clip, as it aired.

Warning: Language.



  1. The Sunrise reaction was like something from 1993 back in the day when it was offensive to use the F word. It’s used quite often nowadays uncensored on television.

  2. Maev....Sydney

    Oh Pleeeeeeassseee…..she just got a shock at getting the ‘phone call….if they are going to make ‘phone calls live…and are that concerned…they should be on delay…*sigh*
    Talk about a ‘mountain out of a molehill’.

  3. Armchair Analyst

    She should get the money anyway. So what if she swore there are plenty of worse things which have been said on tv which would offend people. Saying the F word is not one of them, it may have been different years ago but now its just part of the national vocabulary. I say no harm done, if they were worried about kids then i dont think kids would watch the show anyway its not aimed at them. So in my opinion no harm no foul.

  4. I don’t like that at all. Ive been trying for years to ring up and win these things and I would be over the moon to win but would never dream of swearing like that, she knew she was on tv and doesnt deserve to win as far as Im concerned.

  5. I thought radio stations had to be on 7-secs. delay when airing phone calls. At least our local stations still do. If so, why one rule for radio and not for TV?

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