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People Are Saying This Is The Best Television Moment Of The Decade

People Are Saying This Is The Best Television Moment Of The Decade

What makes a once-in-a-decade TV moment? It might be a sucker-punch of a one-liner, a slapstick-worthy fall, or a bum-clenching case of awkward miscommunication.

All those winning elements combine in a round-up of the 30 most iconic British TV moments of the decade (2010-2019) shared by journalist, pop culture writer and self-confessed trash TV addict Diyora Shadijanova.

The selection is pure, glittering comedy gold. And Twitter is genuinely ROFLing in the aisles.

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Taking the crown (with 5.3K likes at the time of writing) is an EastEnders moment that took the internet by storm. Yep, Kat Slater's iconic, non-repentant admission to nun Sister Ruth: "I didn't become a little bit of a slag, I became a TOTAL slag."

Kat Slater's moment with Sister Ruth came in at number one. (Credit: BBC)
Kat Slater's moment with Sister Ruth came in at number one. (Credit: BBC)

So. Good.

There's plenty more where that came from, folks.

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Coming in at number 5 is possibly the most excruciating moment of Love Island 2019, with Amy Hart screaming at a blank-faced Curtis, "I was coming back here to tell you that I loved you", after discovering her beau had been 'grafting' newcomer Jourdan.

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Then there's number 8, Gemma Collins, fully decked out in her evening glam, falling in what feels like slow motion through the stage at the Radio 1 Teen Awards. We salute you, Gemma.

At 13, sheer Big Brother brilliance - the moment Tiffany Pollard lost her mind on CBB after she mistaking the news of David Bowie's death for that of housemate David Gest. Screaming.

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Ranking 16, there's the most uncomfortable moment in Come Dine With Me history, with bitter loser Peter Marsh comparing winner Jane to a reversing dump truck, before muttering "what a sad little life". *Watches through fingers.

At 21, a slapstick treat, with ultimate hun Alison Hammond accidentally plunging an unlucky male assistant (dressed as a sailor, lol) into water while doing the weather map on This Morning. Cut to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield in hysterics.

We could go on - but the list is best read as it is. Expect laughing pains.

Seriously, thank you, Diyora Shadijanova. Thank you.

Topics: Entertainment News, TV News

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Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher is a freelance lifestyle and culture journalist. Elsewhere she writes for Stylist, Euronews, PHOENIX and What We Seee.