'How's Adam?' Jo Joyner laughs off her EastEnders live blunder
Jo Joyner laughed off her blunder in last night's EastEnders, when she referred to Ian Beale by his real name.
Jo returned to EastEnders for Ian's wedding to Jane Beale (Laurie Brett) and in a live insert asked Jane: "How's Adam?" The look on both actresses' faces after the error is priceless and social media erupted...
To Jo's credit, she responded on Twitter...
You never answered me @LauriebrettX how is @AdamWoodyatt ?... #leastyouknowitslive #gutted
— Jo Joyner (@dollyjoyner) February 18, 2015
And Jake Wood and the EastEnders scriptwriters immortalised the blunder by creating a brand new scene for tonight...
You seen the rewrite for tomorrow @dollyjoyner @AdamWoodyatt pic.twitter.com/76GEK69c31
— Jake Wood (@mrjakedwood) February 18, 2015
We're not sure it will actually make the episode. Laurie, meanwhile, responded to fans' reaction to the wedding...
Really so amazed by all the lovely tweets. Just too many to reply to. But many thanks,am very touched.❤️❤️Tonight's the night!!! #EELive xx
— Laurie Brett (@LauriebrettX) February 19, 2015
What will happen tonight? EastEnders' 30th anniversary episode screens at 7.30pm and fans will be keeping an eagle eye on the live inserts...
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