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GIVEN his reputation for inappropriate remarks and spicy language, it's no wonder bosses at the Beeb are worried about Dappy's TV presenting debut.

Which is going out live... The 24-year-old N-Dubz rapper, whose current solo single No Regrets topped the charts, has been told to be on his best behaviour when he interviews celebs backstage at this year's Mobos.

Not that his BBC3 bosses can do anything about it if he doesn't keep a lid on the bad language during the event at Glasgow's SECC tomorrow night. They won't have the chance to edit a thing. Uh-oh.

My insider tells me: "This is Dappy's big shot as he will essentially be driving these segments alongside Tinchy Stryder.

"The producers of the show really want a live feel to it as the pre-recorded backstage links haven't worked in the past.

"The BBC is excited about having Dappy onboard, but nervous about his lingo. It's a very big gamble." A ******* big one, I'd say.
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Title Annotation:Features; Opinion, Column
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Oct 4, 2011
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