'Strictly Come Dancing' presenter Bruce Forsyth has continued his war of words with 'X Factor' judge Louis Walsh, branding him a "jumped-up karaoke judge".
According to The Mail on Sunday, the 82-year-old presenter made the comments while filming for the 'Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special'.
He reportedly said: "Louis Walsh said I should be dead. He said in print that I should be dead by now."
"Can you believe that from a jumped-up karaoke judge?"
Walsh reportedly responded to the remark by saying: "Bruce should just retire. His comments are the sign of old age. He’s too old to be on TV."
"He should just bow out gracefully now at the top of his game and go home to sit on his sofa and drink Horlicks."