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Eastender's actress fluffs lines on live TV, but recovers with a great tweet

‘What did I just say?’

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EASTENDERS’ 30TH anniversary live episodes has everyone talking. Not because of the amazing acting skills, but the slip ups with the lines.

Whether you are a fan or not of the veteran soap, we all love to see acting bloopers, particularly when they are on live television.

So far, the episodes haven’t been without their issues.

Last night, Jake Woods (Max Branning) had fans rewinding to see if they could catch a muttered line about the potential murderer of Lucy Beale.

Tonight actress Jo Joyner (returning to the soap as Tanya Branning) completely fluffed what should have been a relatively innocuous line.

She was meant to ask about the character Ian Beale, but instead asked “How’s Adam?” – Adam being Adam Woodyatt, the actor that plays Ian Beale.

Watch her realise the mistake, live on air:

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Of course, not to be the kind to let things slide, Twitter is ALL OVER IT.

Having a sense of humour about it all, Jo Joyner herself has weighed in:

Originally published on DailyEdge.ie

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