Introducing Nidgella

Introducing Nidgella

Republic of Telly returned to our screen last night with special guest ‘Nidgella’.

Nidgella is an ingenious mix between cooking queen Nigella Lawson and crime lord Nidge.

From the sim card swallowing, the sea bass disappearing to driving around looking “Impooorrrrtant”, the segment titled 'Love/Hake' didn’t disappoint.

We are already looking forward to next week’s segment of 'Love/Cake'.

Take a look here:

Between Nidgella and Ginger is the New Black they've have nailed it again.

Republic of Telly graces our screens on Mondays at 10pm on RTÉ 2.

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