How Rude! Lisa Stansfield Wears 'C****' Necklace On Good Morning Britain

16/10/2014 13:18 | Updated 20 May 2015

Who knew Lisa Stansfield was such a rebel?

Lisa Stansdield wears 'cunty' necklace on Good Morning Britain

Everybody at the Good Morning Britain set must have been very bleary-eyed on Thursday morning as they didn't seem to notice that the singer managed to get away with wearing a key necklace that had the rudest of rude swear words 'C****' engraved into it.

Lisa Stansdield wears 'cunty' necklace on Good Morning Britain

Lisa Stansdield wears 'cunty' necklace on Good Morning Britain

Lisa looked relaxed and happy as she chatted to Susanna Reid and Ben Shepherd about her new film, Northern Soul, which she stars in alongside Royle Family star, Ricky Tomlinson, and comedian and actor Steve Coogan.

According to IMDB, the film is set in 1974, and is an "authentic and uplifting tale of two friends whose horizons are opened up by the discovery of black American soul music".

We're not sure if it was actually aimed at anyone - or anything - in particular, but the 48-year-old certainly made a statement.

It's been 24 years since Lisa hit the big time with her smash hit 'All Around The World'.

She announced in 2013 that she was ready to go back on the road again after 10 years of shying away from the limelight.

Lisa said the attention she received after winning two Brit Awards and selling 20 million records almost destroyed her.

Speaking to the Mirror, she said: "I gave up everything and nearly became a f***ing farmer, walking around in headscarf and wellies for 10 years to find my confidence again."

Well, we're glad she's back with a bang - and the odd rude word or two.

Meanwhile, back in early September, Susanna Reid caused a supermarket-chic fashion frenzy when she donned a £40 Asda dress for her spot on the ITV breakfast show.

She looked fabulous in the purple lace dress, which she paired with skinny nude waist belt.

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