Don’t censor Danny!
EastEnders may be forced to temper the effusive Twitter outpourings of one of its most colourful stars after the actor Danny Dyer landed a role in the soap.
Dyer is a popular Twitter personality and has gathered a large following, drawn to his stunning displays of wit and wisdom over the years.
Sometimes he is enigmatically thoughtful - "I wish I knew what the f**k I'm talking about ;)," he pondered on September 11 this year."
At other moments he demonstrates his innate joie de vivre "Having a beer with the old man for he's birthday. 58 today. Love the fact he's a major p***head."
The great man can also be a tad scatological at times, once sharing a photo of a lavatory he claimed had been used by he Queen.
But he is never dull – or dishonest. He once told a fan who said she was looking forward to watching one of his films that night: "Hate to do this to ya Grace. I'll be the first to admit I've made some s**t films but 7 lives is f***ing awful."
He can be sweet and sensitive as well:
Of course, we love him whichever mood he's in. Almost as much as a cute-as-a-button bunny rabbit.
But will such profound apercus have to cease? We hope not.
An EastEnders insider said: "We have guidance in place for all our cast members and the main thing is to be mindful of the audience.
“We have not yet had a conversation with [Danny] as it’s very early days so we can’t say if we will [censor him], but there is guidance for all our cast.”