Harry Hill SLAMS ‘forced’ Saturday Kitchen as he drops bombshell: 'I don't really like it'

The comedian was plugging his latest show for Sky1, Harry Hill’s Tea Time, as he sampled some of Matt Tebbutt’s finest dishes.

Harry, 53, got things off to an awkward start as he branded the stalwart “Heaven versus Hell” segment as a “forced format”. 

Matt, 44, laughed off the gag before continuing with his presenting duties, but his troubles were about to get worse. 

Guest chef, Glyn Purnell, prepared a mouth-watering lamb dish with deep-fried seaweed. 

However, it wasn’t to everyone’s taste and Harry made his thoughts well-known.

After taking a bite of the meaty dish, the TV Burp host struggled to swallow his mouthful.

Concerned Matt asked if he was okay, to which Harry admitted: “I wouldn’t say it was ‘chewy’ but it’s quite ‘livery’ isn’t it?

“I don’t really like it,” Harry giggled, as Matt completely erupted in hysterics. 

Chef Glyn simply commented: “Well, there you go guys, you’ve heard it there.”

Viewers of Saturday Kitchen flocked to Twitter in disbelief over Harry’s honesty, with one posting: “Harry Hill telling it like it is.”

Another added: “Harry Hill ‘I don’t really like it!’ love him although I nearly choked on my toast.” (sic)

A third laughed: “Refreshing honesty from Harry Hill…”

Meanwhile, another wasn’t impressed with his opinion, saying: “Harry if only you were half as funny as you are rude, you could be watchable, but you’re not.”

Last week, Matt was completely mortified after mistaking one chef for another. 

The host was left with his head in his hands after the disastrous blunder. 

Saturday Kitchen airs Saturdays on BBC One at 10pm. 

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