Danny Dyer suggested that members of the "woke generation" don't eat turkey at Christmas.
The EastEnders actor, 44, made the 'woke' comment when he appeared on a Christmas edition of Michael McIntyre's The Wheel.
The festive special, which aired on Christmas Day (December 25) – saw Danny join the likes of BBC radio host Zoe Ball and comedians David Walliams and Jason Manford.
When it was Danny's turn to spin the wheel, he was asked a question: "According to a 2020 YouGov Survey, what percentage of Britons said they had turkey for dinner?"
The star's options were 94%, 74%, 54% and 34%.
Danny said: "It's got to be 74 isn't it? Wouldn't be 94. Woke generation and all that. They won't…"
Host Michael replied: "They don't have turkey…"
Danny answered: "Nah."
Fans on Twitter rushed to comment about the moment immediately.
One fan said: "Danny Dyer just said ‘The woke generation’ don’t eat Turkey on BBC One classic Christmas telly"
A second said: "Danny Dyer there, outing himself as a massive gammon… with a "woke generation cliche. Is he after a Radio 4 comedy job?"
A third wrote: "Danny Dyer going off message"
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