‘He can be diva-ish’ Craig Revel Horwood talks new gig with Strictly co-star Bruno Tonioli

Strictly: Craig Revel Horwood reveals if Bruno has left for good

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Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli have become two of the most well-known faces of Strictly Come Dancing, with their sassy criticisms and amusing praise leaving the audience and viewers sat at home in hysterics. But now the pair have tried their hand at something else, in a new venture away from the BBC show. And if some believed Bruno could be a diva on the dance floor, Craig confirmed he’s exactly that when he’s behind the wheel.

He can be diva-ish when he’s driving

Craig Revel Horwood

The two longest-standing judges on the Strictly panel signed up to host a new travel show for ITV, where they will take in the delights of the UK by car.

Craig And Bruno’s Great British Adventure is a creation born from Bruno’s developing idea of wanting to take a deeper look into the history of British brands such as Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar, Rolls-Royce.

Both admitting they had never been off the beaten track despite living in the country for 30 years, they revealed they had a hoot.

In a new joint interview, they spoke about their latest venture together and how much they enjoyed filming it.

Bruno exclaimed: “We laughed so much, sometimes we nearly cried!

“Craig is much more laid-back than I am. I am the most snappy.”

Craig added cheekily: “He can be diva-ish when he’s driving.”

Bruno quickly interjected again: “It’s not diva-ish…”

His co-star continued: “I’m just saying that I’m always wrong and he’s always right. Plus, we know each other really well.

“We’re friends anyway, outside Strictly and work. We like going to the theatre and out for meals together.”

And a true friendship away from the cameras meant that they could be themselves without having to “perform”.

As they toured the nation, the boys split the driving but they had a bit of a dispute about who was better behind the wheel.

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After the question was asked, they both chimed in unison, “I was!” before Craig added: “I was the safest, but he kept calling me Hyacinth Bucket.”

Bruno laughed as he did an impression of the 90s classic sitcom star – an up-tight character played by Patricia Roytledge, who aspires to climb up the social ladder.

He went on to describe to Radio Times his colleague as a the “mother-in-law in the back of the car”, admitting that there were often times he wanted to “kill him”.

But it sounds like their adventures bode well for great British TV indeed!

The pair’s full interview is available to read now in Radio Times.

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