In this article we discuss about a new hot story of a Len Goodman .Len Goodman give an statement in the in platinum jubilee coverage that is trending on Twitter.
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Len Goodman is one of the four judges on BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing. The English professional dancer also runs a ballroom dance school in Kent. He has been the head judge for the ballroom dancing competition since the show began in 2004.
Len Goodman has faced backlash after the Strictly Come Dancing veteran said his nan used to call curry powder “foreign muck.
“The 78-year-old appeared live on the BBC ahead of the Platinum Jubilee pageant today, alongside chef John To rode and host Kirsty Young.
The group were talking about the different food people will eat during the Jubilee, with Kirsty asking the former pro dancer if he’s a cook.
Len replied: “No. My wife did coronation chicken yesterday for our tea, I have never had it before.
“I have never had curry and curry powder, no. My nan used to call it ‘foreign muck’, so I have been always worried about it.
“But I must say, it was delicious, it was tasty. So yep I had my first sampling of coronation chicken yesterday.”
Another social media user called for Len to apologise, saying: “Petition to get the BBC and Len Goodman to apologise for his choice of words calling Coronation Chicken “foreign muck” in the words of his nan, apparently.
Appalling and NO excuses because of his age. We forgive older generations for things like this too much.One person said:
“If you were as old as Len Goodman then your nan probably called it foreign muck as well. Different generation, different times. Stop trying to out today’s values on yesterday’s people.
“One person said: “If you were as old as Len Goodman then your nan probably called it foreign muck as well. Different generation, different times. Stop trying to out today’s values on yesterday’s people.”
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