Jason Manford and Kelvin Fletcher are set to star in sequence 10 of Loss of life in Paradise.
The unlikely duo flew out to the unique island of Guadeloupe right this moment – and to be sincere, we will’t wait to see them in motion.
However who would be the homicide suspect?
Taking to social media, the comic shared a snap of him and Kelvin on a aircraft, together with a prolonged publish answering a few of his followers’ questions.
‘Properly, what was presupposed to be a foolish enjoyable publish ended up with so many petty messages I’ll checklist a see them right here,’ Jason started.
‘Firstly, when working for the BBC they by no means pay for first-class journey or luxurious accommodations and so forth. They pay for economic system in fact (because it’s too far to stroll!) after which it’s as much as the individual concerned in the event that they wish to improve and so forth.
‘Secondly, please cease calling folks out on ‘sporting masks flawed’ it’s soooo boring! There’s so many various masks on the market it’s unattainable to say that are proper in flawed merely from a photograph.’
After going into element concerning the masks he was given by Air France, the comic lastly dropped the bombshell.
He added: ‘Now think about having to learn it 400 occasions! Welcome to my life, Oh and it’s Kelvin fletcher and we’re off to Guadeloupe to movie Loss of life in Paradise.’
Extra: Kelvin Fletcher
Filming for the upcoming series is finally underway and Ralf Little will be returning as our favourite detective, D.I. Neville Parker.
D.S Florence Cassell (Josephine Jobert) will also be making a return.
Metro.co.uk has reached out to the BBC for comment.
Death in Paradise is available to watch on Netflix.
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