Don’t you just love it when amusing moments caught on camera go viral again?
We sure do, and this time around we’re all reliving the moment Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle pronounced a word weirdly on TV.
Watch the video above and you’ll see what we mean.
Appearing on the morning chat show, Sunday Brunch back in 2010, the Irish star was in the process of mixing ingredients for a cooking segment when the host asked if she enjoyed spending time in the kitchen.
After replying ‘yes’ she then added, “working with flour and making sweet things I’m not so used to.”
And just about everyone had to do a double take at the way she said the word ‘flour’ in her Northern Ireland accent.
Twitter has since been in a frenzy over the moment after one user resurfaced the video with the caption,“I can’t stop thinking about how Nadine Coyle says ‘flour’.”
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
— kelly (@earley) June 20, 2018
Nadine Coyle saying the word flour is my all time fave thing
— Leah Parker (@leahjeanxo) June 21, 2018
every time I close my eyes I hear nadine coyle saying flour, i’m never going to sleep again
— kb (@kxtieburke) June 20, 2018
As for Nadine’s reaction, she tweeted “What is this flour craic all about you mad edjits?” which is the Irish expression for fools.
What is this flour craic all about you mad edjits?
— Nadine Coyle (@NadineCoyleNow) June 20, 2018
Some have even hilariously attempted to spell her pronunciation:
I ENJOY COOKAN, BAYKEN AN STOOFF, WEURKIN WITH FLEOYURRR
— Nadaine Coyale Stan Accouynt (@MassiveMcCann) June 20, 2018