The Weakest Link turns frosty as Georgia Toffolo levels brutal dig at Nina Wadia
Georgia Toffolo made a brutal dig at Nina Wadia on The Weakest Link.
The Made In Chelsea star quickly apologised to Nina after savagely saying why the EastEnders star should be booted off The Weakest Link.
Georgia was playing against Russell Kane, Kriss Akabusi, Maisie Adam, Judy Murray, Dan Snow, Lesley Joseph, and Nina on Saturday night (June 18) in an episode which first aired last December.
The stars were competing for a chance to bag a cash prize for their chosen charities, but the game show took an awkward turn when Georgia roasted Nina's quiz skills.
In fact, show host Romesh Ranganathan stepped in to call Georgia out on her "harsh" comments to former Strictly Come Dancing star Nina.
Romesh asked Georgia why she had chosen to vote off Nina, and the This Morning star definitely didn't hold back in her assessment.
Georgia answered: "Got two questions wrong, should have banked earlier, yeah, nightmare."
Romesh looked gobsmacked by Georgia's remarks before impersonating her and saying: "That was so harsh! That’s like how you talk to your staff."
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A laughing Georgia hit back: "She voted for me, so it’s fine, I don’t feel as bad now."
She quickly added: "I'm sorry, darling!"
Unfortunately for Nina, she was the next contestant to leave the show as Georgia wasn't the only one to vote for the actress.
Nina said: "When I watch these shows at home, I know the answers!
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"But when you’re actually standing there and the clock is ticking down and you’re thinking “I’m going to lose this money for charity, this is not fair” you just blank a bit."
In the end, comedian Russell managed to take home a whopping £11,300 for his charity, Rethink Mental Illness.
Delighted, he said: "I am buzzing like a bee on a Beroccato have won… well done me!"
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