Sharon Osbourne has slammed English people for having "fugly" teeth.
The TV presenter - who was born in London - believes a lack of dentists in the country is to blame for the unsightly gnashers of people in England, using the slang term which means "f***ing ugly".
Speaking on her chat show 'The Talk', she said: "There is one dentist and nobody can find the f***er, so everybody in England has fugly teeth."
The 62-year-old star - who is married to rocker Ozzy Osbourne - was speaking just months after one of her teeth fell out during a live TV interview, after heading to a specialist in Los Angeles in a bid to get the perfect smile.
She explained: "Listen, I am in my 60s and I want the Hollywood smile.
"So I spent a fortune on this guy in Beverly Hills had all these different teeth done and it comes to one tooth and he goes I think this tooth is rotten and I say take the f***er out. Get rid of it.
"So he says, 'Well we have to do an implant,' and I am like, 'Fabulous.' So he does an implant. And I am sat there two weeks later on the show and I can feel grit in my mouth, and I thought, 'What I had I eaten?' And then I realised it was big bits of grit and then the tooth is waggling, and I am like, 'Oh my Lord - right on air.' "
And in an attempt to repair her flawed grin while on air, she admitted she tried to glue the fang back into place but didn't have much success.
She added: "I tried to stick it back in with superglue during the commercial break but it wouldn't work.
"As if nobody my age has a tooth that doesn't come out?"