Les Dennis has done a funny after his ex-wife Amanda Holden posted a picture of herself in Paris.
Fun bit of celebrity trivia for your day, between 1995 and 2003, Les Dennis and Amanda Holden were married after they met on a stage show production of The Sound of Music.
Tying the knot when he was 40 and she was 23, the couple split up in 2000 after her affair with Neil Morrissey was revealed, and they officially separated in 2002, divorcing a year later.
That'll come in handy in a pub quiz one of these days and it also provides some help in understanding some recent tweets which have had people breathing sharply out of their nose.
Yesterday (13 May), Amanda Holden posted a picture of herself at a bar simply captioned 'Paris', so no prizes for guessing where she was when that was taken.
A few hours later Dennis posted a picture of his own showing him gazing thoughtfully into a dressing room mirror with a bunch of posters on the wall behind.
His tweet, which has gone viral since posting it, simply read: "Not in Paris. In Leicester."
He's there because he's starring in the musical 42nd Street and people thought it was a brilliant response to his ex-wife's post about being in Paris.
Some called for Dennis to get a knighthood, while plenty more simply said 'if you know, you know', and thought it was 'well played' of him.
People told Les that they 'like your photo more' and others asked him if he'd be back to do Family Fortunes at some point (sorry, Gino).
One person was very keen to stress the point that there are 'better canals in Leicester' than Paris, as if you ended up at the right spot you could find 'a barge which sold great butties', and Paris really has nothing that compares.
Dennis, an actor, presenter and definitely not Norwich's most wanted graffiti artist in 2018, gave plenty of people a good giggle with his tweet.
Holden, meanwhile, has faced a bit of a backlash recently after she spoke about the passing of the much-loved Paul O'Grady and said that something she loved about the openly gay, socialist, drag queen entertainer was how he was 'not woke in any way'.
A lot of folks pointed out to her that O'Grady had spent quite a lot of his life campaigning for worthy causes like AIDS awareness, the rights of the LGBTQ+ community and against austerity policies, so maybe he actually was quite woke and that it's not exactly a bad thing.