Danny Dyer promises to stop swearing
Danny Dyer New Year's resolution is to stop swearing, and if a curse word is to be uttered he has vowed to put money in a jar
Danny Dyer has promised to stop swearing.
The 39-year-old actor has revealed his New Year's resolution is to clean out his potty mouth and refrain from using any foul language in conversation, and if he does let a curse word slip from his lips he will put money in a jar.
However, the 'EastEnders' star - who plays the role of Mick Carter in the soap - believes his plan is "b*******" and he won't be able to stick to his promise.
Speaking to The Sun Online about his plans to change his bad habits and if he think it'll last, the dark-haired hunk said: "I think it's b******* to be honest.
"I've basically spunked all my f****** wages for this."
And Danny, who is set to go head to head with 'Strictly Come Dancing' judge Craig Revel Horwood on the upcoming instalment of 'Lip Sync Battle UK', which is presented by musician Professor Green and Mel B, has claimed he was always destined to be "a rockstar" and has no doubts he will be crowned champion when the Channel 5 show returns on Sunday (08.01.17).
Speaking confidently about his appearance on the miming competition, he said: "I was born to do this -- to be a rockstar.
"There's no way in the world I will lose to Craig f*****g Revel Horwood."
And the East London-born hard man has claimed the competition is already over for the 52-year-old choreographer and competitor.
Danny - who married wife Joanne Mas last year - continued: "Of course he's my enemy tonight and he always will be.
"It's over for the geezer.
"I'm sure as he gets onto the stage his a*** is going to open and flap."