The Queen of Mean has a pretty salty tongue.
But even Lisa Lampanelli was taken aback by the language and sexual intimidation Arsenio Hall employed during the taping of the current season of "Celebrity Apprentice."
Hall erupted at fellow "Apprentice" Aubrey O'Day during the show, a sequence captured by the NBC cameras. But Lampanelli, whose stand-up act is rife with R-rated gags, claims network censors snipped out the worst of Hall's comments, according to a report on TMZ:
Lisa called in to Broadminded on XM Sirius Stars Thursday -- and according to the comedian, the worst parts of Arsenio's anti-Aubrey outburst were edited out ... when he called Aubrey a "c***" and said, he would "something something all over her face...."
But Lisa says what was edited out sounded so "violent" -- she jumped up and alerted producers, claiming it was the first time in 20 years she had been so shaken up.
Calls to Arsenio were not returned.