Our favourite father-daughter duo, Danny Dyer and Dani Dyer, are teaming up for a podcast and this is an excellent career move.
The EastEnders actor will be chatting absolute “b******s” with his Love Island star daughter in a new Spotify podcast.
So what kind of topics will they be covering?
Everything from their cute bond to climate change, apparently.
We can’t wait for all the Cockney rhyming slang to start flying around.
‘It’s going to be me and Dani talking about life and tackling some issues. What are podcasts about really? People talking b******s,’ Danny told The Mirror.
Eloquent as ever, our Danny.
‘Two Danny/Dani Dyers sitting there… We won’t be able to get a word in edgeways,’ he went on.
‘She is 23 and she is a beautiful female and I am 42. We are from different generations, so, yeah, two crazy minds coming together.’
This isn’t the first time Danny, who plays Mick Carter in EastEnders, has teamed up for a little showbiz project with his reality star daughter.
Dani – who shot to fame in 2018 after winning Love Island with ex Jack Fincham – previously hosted MTV gameshow True Love Or True Lies? which Danny did the voiceover for.
And while Dani has since split from Jack, her dad approves of her reconciling with her ex, Sammy Kimmence last year.
Danny said that Sammy is a ‘proper geezer’, which is possibly the most Danny Dyer phrase we’ve ever heard.
‘It’s weird, I was on here last time talking about her other geezer [Jack Fincham],’ he said on The Jonathan Ross Show back in October.
‘She’s moved on, it’s all lovely, she is loved up to the eyeballs.
‘This geezer seems proper. [Jack Fincham] seemed alright, listen, things happen. She is cracking on now though, it’s all good.’
Last year, there were rumours a-brewing that Danny might square up to Jack in the boxing ring, but Dani shut them down.
Will we get all the goss in the podcast? Fingers crossed.
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