Viewers of the Jade Goody documentary were outraged when they used the 'p-word' while defending her daughter's 'racist' behavior in Celebrity Big Brother.

Jade's bubble burst and she became embroiled in a controversial race while revising the house that made her famous in 2007.

Jade, along with housemates Danielle Lloyd and Jo O'Meara, what branded "racist" for her treatment of Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty.

During a heated row, jade – flanked by Danielle and Jo – called the actress names including "Shilpa Poppodom" and mimicked forth by Inidan accent.

Shilpa Shetty

The scandal – which was aired – in the wake of television watchdog Ofcom, and when Jade came out of the house she received a backlash from the viewers for her 'bullying' and 'racist' behavior.

It was a global story it went global, including India and the US and Gordon Brown.

The scenes were replayed on the documentary, and many viewers were left shocked and uncomfortable.

Jade Goody in CBB

Jade's mum Jackiey Budden – who had been interviewed before the row – was interviewed on the program about the incident, she used the word "P ***" while defending her daughter's behavior.

When speaking about Jade's upbringing, Jackiey said: "Bermondsey was a very national front area.

"Obviously Jade was mixed race." We had painted the front door, I had Durex put through my letterbox.

"What's changed now, you can get done for racist (sic) if you say brown, P ***, whatever.

It's just, you might speak I'm sorry, but I do not speak. "

Shilpa Shetty

Viewers took to Twitter to air out of their casual use of the word.

One tweeted: "Seriously! Never get away with it now. Search blatant racism, and annoyingly her mum is still trying to cover it by suggesting the language they are because they were working class! No, you're a racist. "

A second posted: "The actions are still disgusting and racist from all three individuals, not just jade. Her mother is even dismissing racism and the P-word. "

A third said: "I just heard her mum utter the P word carelessly."

Another said: "Thinking about it may have been learned this many years later and you are still listening to the words on national TV."

And a fifth added: "The first time I ever complained to Ofcom what because of the Celebrity Big Brother race row. The fact Channel 4 allowed it to go on as long as they were a disgrace. "

The three-part documentary concludes next Wednesday at 9pm on Channel 4.