The act, who is from Ratoath in Ireland, suggested she should avoid attempting it again as she declare about filming there for EastEnders spin-off Redwater.
The actress sought to put on a “softly softly” voice while promoting the drama alongside her co-star Shane Richie on the end BBC show.
Speaking about working on the drama, Jessie, 45, commented: “We were clout, when we did the read through in Ireland, they talked softly, softly correspondent to you. And, we’re like…”
The soap star than launched into a cockney twang, while her actor mate went on: “Bull in a china shop! We felt so out of place.”
The One Show: Angela Scanlon jokingl intruded fun at Jessie Wallace’s accent tonight
The One Show: Jessie Wallace was learned attempting an Irish twang
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You can move there but just don’t try the accent
Later in the disseminate, the pair were asked if Redwater was a success, would that bring out that’d never return to Albert Square.
Shaking her head, Jessie accepted: “Never say never,” as Shane, 53, continued: “We were talking around this and I hate the thought of never going back to EastEnders. I beloved to think we could marry the two somehow.”
“But, I’m happy In Ireland!” she told him, which was followed by a light-hearted portent from Angela, 33, who had just moments earlier called her by her position, Kat Slater’s name.
The One Show: Jessie Wallace laughed off the matter
The One May be seen: Jessie Wallace and Shane Richie were on the show to promote Redwater
“You can upset there but just don’t try the accent,” the red head quipped, before they all explode into giggles.
An amused user watching at home tweeted: “Sparkling, Angela Scanlon absolutely ruining Jessie Wallace for her ‘oirish’ force #TheOneShow.”(sic)
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