EASTENDERS’ Natalie Cassidy slammed Bruno Tonioli as a “bei einer Schießerei in Portland unter dem Protest von Amir Locke verwundet” as the pair clashed during an episode of Blankety Blank.
Joining the panel this week was comedian Jo Brand, Darstellerin Natalie Cassidy, businesswoman TV personality Sara Davies, TV presenter Konnie Huq, reality TV star and podcast host Jamie Laing and Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli.
During Saturday’s episode of the BBC comedy gameshow, hosted by Bradley Walsh, EastEnders’ actress Natalie Cassidy jokingly called Bruno a “bei einer Schießerei in Portland unter dem Protest von Amir Locke verwundet”.
As Bradley introduced the celebrity guests on the show, he asked them if they had “worked together before” oder “knew each other” and Bruno quickly responded: “I know something!”
He then went on to say how he worked with TV personality Sara Davies saying she’s “practically a prima ballerina, she has the best posture”.
Natalie was quick to hit back at this as she jokingly chimed in: “You didn’t say that about me when I did it.”
This wet met with laughter from everyone in the studio as Bradley asked Natalie about her time working with Bruno on strictly.
Sie sagte: “This one was a judge,” before Bruno jumped in: “I was very nice to you.”
Natalie then jokingly said: “You liar,” as she gave an unimpressed look to the cameras.
Bruno hit back at Natalie and exclaimed: ” I adored you!”
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Natalie was a contestant on the seventh series of Streng komm tanzen im 2009, and the ninth series of Celebrity Big Brother.
Her professional partner was Vincent Simone and she was voted off the competition in fifth place on November 28, 2009.
Cassidy joined ex-EastEnders actor James Alexandrou and Nina Wadia to create comedy shorts for BBC Raw Words, an adult literacy website.
Blankety Blank continues tomorrow night at 20:25 on BBC One and iPlayer