Gogglebox star invents new word inspired by Strictly Come Dancing – Digital Spy

Gogglebox fans witnessed the dawn of a brand-new word thanks to cast member Abbie tonight (October 1).

Once again plonked on the sofa alongside her TV companion Georgia, the pair were watching last weekend’s first live episode of Strictly Come Dancing when contestant Robert Webb proceeded to almost tumble over during his and Dianne Buswell’s routine.

“Was that nearly a trumble?” questioned Abbie.

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Channel 4

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“Yep… what the hell’s a trumble?” her pal responded before they both burst into laughter.

Over on Twitter, those tuning in were quick to pick up on this striking addition to the English language, with one person suggesting a “petition to get trumble in the dictionary”.

Someone else simply repeated the word next to three crying-laughing emojis.

A third joked: “Trumble. Half trip. Half tumble. Genius.”

Interestingly, Webb’s long-serving comedy partner David Mitchell has since suggested that the celebrity dancer was scored lower than he deserved after their performance.

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Guy LevyBBC

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Elsewhere on Gogglebox, the armchair hoggers were forced to endure one of the weirdest Come Dine with Me episodes in the show’s entire history, as one Scottish chap decided to treat his guests to an exclusively deep-fried menu.

‘What?!’ you might say, but we kid you not. His starter of choice was deep-fried chicken and caviar, while the main meal consisted of deep-fried lasagne and lettuce.

BBC One thriller Vigil also played out its heart-stopping finale in front of the cast, which ended up dividing the whole of social media when it aired last week.

Gogglebox continuex next Friday (October 8) at 9pm on Channel 4.

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