People are flocking to social media to question why the BBC cut out Sabrina Carpenter's Radio 1 Live Lounge outro.
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The 23-year-old singer from Pennsylvania appeared on BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge last week to perform a rendition of her song, 'Nonsense' as well as a cover of Harry Styles' 'Late Night Talking'.
However, Carpenter ruffled a few feathers during her first performance on the show as a result of her ad-libbed outro.
Carpenter - who is also an actor, best known for her roles in Horn and Disney Channel series Girl Meets World - ended her first BBC Live Lounge session by adding a special outro to the end of 'Nonsense' to mark the occasion.
Carpenter sang: "How quickly can you take your clothes off, pop quiz.
"I'm American I am not British / So BBC it stands for something different.
"This live lounge is just so lit because I'm in it. Innit? Because I'm in it, you get it?"
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While fellow performer Charli XCX found Carpenter's outro 'so funny,' it appears BBC Radio 1 wasn't amused.
Despite originally uploading the full performance of 'Nonsense' to its YouTube as well as BBC iPlayer, the BBC later removed the video from its website and replaced it with an edited version - not including the ad-libbed outro.
Fans of the singer have flocked to social media to question why the BBC decided to edit the outro out.
"Can't believe it's such a big deal like what," one said.
Another wrote: "So why are the British people upset Sabrina Carpenter is witty and funny ?? I’m still lost bc her BBC live lounge was cute and very her style what’s the problem."
"Its not even that baaaad why'd they have to cut it out," a third added.
A final resolved: "Someone make Sabrina Carpenter a 'They couldn’t handle the BBC at the BBC' t-shirt."
A spokesperson for the BBC told LADbible: "An unedited version of the video was briefly posted in error, and the correct version is now available for viewers to enjoy."Featured Image Credit: BBC