Len Goodman left BBC viewers calling upon the broadcaster to apologise after he described to host Kirsty Young what his grandmother thought of curry powder.
Former Strictly Come Dancing judge Len appeared ahead of Sunday’s Jubilee Pageant alongside MasterChef’s John Torode to chat about the celebrations with host Kirsty.
The pair were both given samples of the official Jubilee pudding to tuck try out, a lemon Swiss roll and amaretti trifle created by Jemma Melvin.
However after they both gave their stamp of approval, former Desert Island Discs host Kirsty probed Len on his own cooking habits.
‘Everyone is serving up different dishes at their street parties, are you a cook, Len?’ she asked.
He quickly responded: ’No, I’m hopeless, honestly. My wife did Coronation chicken yesterday for our tea and I’ve never had it before.
Read more: Moronic BBC viewers (they are still watching the BBC, I rest my case) furious after Len Goodman recalls his nan labelling curry ‘foreign muck’. That was her opinion you ridiculous people and she was entitled to it. They used to call it freedom before the Woke fascists took over