The former Homes Under the Hammer star, 48, took to the social media site to respond to a post by BBC presenter Gabby Logan, 45, after she declared Mini Cheddars should not be put in “a corner”. The debate kicked off after the BBC sports host retweeted a post on the micro-blogging site from comedian James Corden who called “bull***t” on the pyramid table which highlighted Britain’s favourite crisps from best to worst. Unfortunately for Gabby, Mini Cheddars were at the bottom of the list based on a recent poll and she exclaimed: “Nobody puts mini cheddars in the corner.” Lucy took the opportunity to respond, saying: “Not a crisp tho Gabby? That’s for the biscuit aisle surely?”(sic)
It seemingly appeared the former Final Score star was not having it as she hit back: “But it’s not really a biscuit Lucy is it? It’s in the hinterland, it’s in snack isolation, snack solitary, it’s so alone and yet clearly the greatest.”
The BBC favourite cheekily admonished: “I love your commitment Gabs,” followed by a laughing emoji.
However, the debate continued after a social media user probed: “If you look at the ingredients i.e flour etc they definitely qualify as a biscuit,” referring to Mini Cheddars.
Lucy replied: “Mhm I agree ! .. she’s not havin it.”(sic)
The former property host later retweeted the whole crisp fiasco and captioned it: “It’s all going off.”
The crisp debacle comes after Lucy took to Twitter to admit she wouldn’t have minded appearing on the Channel 5 show Britain’s Favourite Crisps, which aired last week.
In view of her 24,300 followers, the mother-of-two listed her top three crisps before she was quizzed by a social media user why she was not featured on the programme.
Lucy wrote: “Top 3, Frazzles, Monster Munch (pickled onion), Wheat Crunchies (bacon) #BritainsFavouriteCrisps.” A Twitter user replied: “A PROPER TOP THREE, why weren’t you on the show?”
To which the presenter admitted: “Dream job.”
The broadcaster aired a countdown of the nation’s 20 most popular flavour and brands of crisps, where celebrities shared their thoughts on the treat and reminisced on classic TV adverts.
The TV star is best known for being the face of the property programme Homes Under the Hammer.
She has recently spoken out about the reasons behind quitting the series after being a regular fixture for 14 years.
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, she said: “[The decision to leave] wasn’t taken lightly.
“And it was nothing to do with anything other than I’ve given the BBC 14 years.”
“I just felt was the right time for me to go and do some other things.”
Homes Under the Hammer airs weekdays at 10am on BBC One.
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