Les Dennis mocks ex-wife Amanda Holden's latest picture
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There ain't no Twitter drama quite like a former married couple clearly subtweeting each other drama - and Les Dennis has just served up a delicious dose of it.
Their relationship hit the rocks in 2000 after news of her affair with Neil Morrisey was made public and they'd separated by 2002, officially divorcing a year later.
Some 20 years on from that and apparently there's still some drama between them, at least enough for Dennis to poke fun at his ex-wife on social media by mocking one of her messages.
Holden yesterday (13 May) posted a picture of herself at a bar captioned 'Paris', so presumably she was there in the city of lights because why else write that.
Her ex-husband soon posted a picture of himself posed similarly in a dressing room captioned: "Not in Paris. In Leicester."
Now, Leicester is no Paris, but if you've got to choose between a city with Les Dennis in it and one without then you're going to choose the one with him in it.
He's there ahead of the opening of the musical 42nd Street which he's performing in and before the big day he's managed to entertain thousands with his tweet.
The actor, presenter and performer has had people in stitches with his subtle call-out to Holden, with one person praising him for a 'boss tweet dennis'.
It indeed was a boss tweet, whatever that means, as someone else told him his joke was good enough to 'win the internet today'.
Plenty of others piled in to praise him for the tweet, letting him know they found it really funny, while also wondering if he'd got any more TV work lined up in the future which they could watch him on.
It turns out that Les Dennis is really popular and some of them even asked if he'd ever take over presenting Family Fortunes again at some point.
Gino D'Acampo will be hoping that's not the case and the current presenter does have his own bunch of fans willing to get his face etched onto their skin in ink so it seems like he's popular enough to stick around.
Whether you think the highest compliment a bunch of strangers on social media can pay you is to call you an 'Absolute King' or 'some bloke tbf' it seems like Les Dennis has made a lot of people laugh which really is the best medicine - apart from actual medicine.