Viewers of last night's National Television Awards say Lee Mack should be 'cancelled' after he made a shocking joke about Jill Scott in his acceptance speech.
The show beat Michael McIntyre's The Wheel, The Chase Celebrity Special and Richard Osman's House Of Games to the award, which was voted on by the public.
But, the 55-year-old comedian made a rather crude joke about retired Lioness Jill Scott, who had presented the award alongside Mo Gilligan.
Holding his award, Mack quipped: "To receive a sex toy like this off Jill Scott is an absolute pleasure."
The tongue-in-cheek comment has since sparked some controversy, with some saying the joke was 'painful' and others saying he will be 'cancelled'.
Viewers took to X, formerly Twitter, to share their views.
Once wrote: "Well Lee Mack is gonna get cancelled now."
"Not sure @LeeMack did himself any favours there. Still a big fan of The 1% Club," said another.
Someone else added: "Watching Lee Mack trying to be funny is just painful."
However, not all reactions to the comedian's speech were so negative.
One viewer argued: "So, Lee Mack, a comedian, makes a joke about a sex toy to Jill Scott, and now people are calling for him to be cancelled.
"Wtaf is going on in the world! Nobody got hurt! Jill Scott laughed, and everyone lived."
Another said: "Lee Mack makes me cry with laughter oh my god."
While Mack is yet to comment on the controversy, The 1% Club's official X page shared a message this morning thanking the public for their support.
It wrote: "Thanks so much to everyone who voted for the show! We really are hugely grateful.
"Congrats to #leemack and to the team and to all our fantastic contestants!
"#the1percentclub will be back for a Christmas special and series 3 is on next year. Can't wait for everyone to play again!"
LADbible Group has reached out to Lee Mack and Jill Scott's reps for a comment.
This is not the first time Lee's come under fire for making tasteless jokes.
Earlier this year, he was slammed by a stuttering charity after he mimicked the speech impediment on Would I Lie To You?
Lee had mocked Rob Brydon when he stumbled on a word, comparing him to Ronnie Barker's character Arkwright from Open All Hours.
STAMMA told MailOnline: "Around 8 percent of kids and at least 1 percent of adults stammer. This is our voice, it's how we talk.
"The thoughtless ridicule we saw on WILTY offers us a stark choice between being laughed at or being silent.
"We know it wasn't meant to hurt or offend, but for many who stammer, it does."