'Mad eejits' on Twitter relive Nadine Coyle's 'flour' pronunciation
Twitter users are reliving the moment Nadine Coyle pronounced the word 'flour' when she appeared on Sunday Brunch in 2010.
A clip of the Derry singer's appearance resurfaced last year with many people marvelling at her accent and pronunciation of one word in particular.
On the show the former Girls Aloud singer was asked by host Tim about her accent and picking up American words, but she denied she had an American accent or used American words.
She said: "I say 'rubbish', or 'I'm going to put the bin out'. I say 'boot'. I would say 'petrol'."
Asked if she likes cooking she said she preferred savoury things to sweet, she added: "Working with flour and making sweet things I'm not so used to."
It was her pronunciation off the world 'flour' that caused a bit of a stir. And that's the bit people are remembering today.
Here's the clip:
Been watching this video of Nadine Coyle from Girls Aloud saying the word 'flour' for pretty much the past hour pic.twitter.com/l6pN0VYFSt— ~Adam~ (@sniperinthemist) June 22, 2017
Nadine was quick to notice the stir on Twitter, and jokingly responded:
What is this flour craic all about you mad edjits?— Nadine Coyle (@NadineCoyleNow) June 20, 2018
can’t stop laughing at my whole tl being shook over nadine coyle saying flour pic.twitter.com/qLwZGllTsz— bec (@charitydingles) June 19, 2018
no matter how many times i listen to nadine coyle saying 'flour', i forget what way she said it 4 seconds later and have to listen again— 𝕋𝕙𝕖 𝕃𝕠𝕣𝕕 𝕄𝕒𝕪𝕠𝕣 𝕠𝕗 ℂ𝕠𝕠𝕝𝕠𝕔𝕜 (@earley) June 20, 2018
Literally cannot get nadine coyle saying floyerueuer out of my head— DAN THE GAMING MAN 🎮 (@iamdanjapan) June 20, 2018
Why am I still laughing at the way Nadine Coyle pronounces flour— Rebecca Cochrane (@rebeccacaca94) June 20, 2018
im living for ur accent 😍— iva (@britneysavedme) June 20, 2018