By Kadia Blagrove , FashionnStyle Reporter | Oct 19, 2012 12:07 PM EDT
Tom Hanks shocked the early birds of America on Friday when he dropped the F-Bomb during a live broadcast of "Good Morning America."
The Oscar-winning actor got a little too into character when he started imitating his English character from his new film "Cloud Atlas." "Mostly it's swear words," he joked about his character's lines - can't say he didn't really warn us. During his brief performance he made a remark about his "f*cking boots."
Host Elizabeth Vargas, Hanks, and the behind-the-camera GMA staff gasped and laughed after the sudden vulgarity. Hanks covered his mouth in embarrassment.
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Vargas, mortified, asked viewers for their forgiveness.
"We are SO sorry, 'Good Morning America,'" the host pleaded.
"I have never done that before," Hanks said nervously.
The actor tried to subdue the shock by blaming his broadcast gaffe on his immense passion for acting. "Man, oh Man! I'm sorry! I slipped into a brand of acting there ... I would apologize to the kids of America that are watching this right now."
Vargas wanted to move on from the subject but the ashamed Hanks kept harping on the incident.
"And I think I might've just made that a little incomprehensible to some people," Hank said of his profane monologue.
"Man, oh man ... never give me a handheld mic. I blame the staff," he joking said to the studio crew.
Hanks also recommended that the next time he appears on the show, the show should have "a 7 second delay."
"Cloud Atlas" hits theaters Oct. 26. Just so you know, it's rated R for language.
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