The new season of Celebrity Juice continues this evening, and brings back host Keith Lemon and his panellists Holly Willoughby and Fearne Cotton.
Tonight’s episode will see comedian Johnny team up with Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas, when talk turned to replacing Len Goodman.
But as Johnny spiralled into one of his infamous rants which saw Shirley getting shouted at, it all went wrong for the comedian after she made an epic comeback.
Keith introduced the Head Judge by saying: “So you replaced Len Goodman on Strictly. How was that coming into that world?”
Smiling, Shirley replied: “Well it was an interesting world to come into, but I was very happy to fill those shoes.”
Keith pressed her further: “You’re the head judge, what’s that responsibility like then?”
“Well you get responsible for eliminating somebody if there’s a tie,” Shirley continued.
But Johnny spotted an opportunity and jumped at it, saying: “Are you allowed to give anyone community service?”
When Shirley replied no, Johnny went in on the joke and didn’t let go.
He continued: “What’s the point in being a judge if you can’t give them community service.
“I’m not saying they have to serve hard time, I’m just saying, go and pick some litter up you lazy f*****g celeb.
“I’m not going to stand in front of you and you judge me, for being a bad person, who neglects the people closest to him so I can ‘Cha Cha Cha’ just for you.
“Just tell me, I’ve got a fat a**e and my ankles are ropey. You don’t get to tell me what to do, throughout this show, ok, I’ve worked hard and I’ve worked my way up.
“Life’s going good for me and you know what—“
Shirley interrupted with a cheeky grin on her face after hearing enough and blurted out: “And you know what, shut the f**k up.”
The studio erupted into applause as Holly and Fearne stood up to praise the judge’s remark.
Johnny also couldn’t help but laugh at her hysterical response.
Earlier today, Shirley Ballas was on Good Morning Britain where viewers thought she was being “goaded” by Susanna Reid.
Celebrity Juice airs tonight at 10pm on ITV2.
Strictly Come Dancing returns to BBC One later this year.