THE Repair Shop hunk Jay Blade says his dyslexia is so bad he cannot read the BBC財神捕魚 show’s scripts.
The star, 50, instead is told who is appearing on the programme 真人娛樂城and ad-libs in one take.
He said: “I am heavily dyslexic and if they send me a script I can’t read it.
“They tell me who is coming on and we do it one take.
“We have formed as a family (work shop staff) and you take the Mickey out of each other so you do what a family does. That is what the production company has done.”
Jay has previously opened up about the condition and being the victim of racism when growing up in Hackney, East娛樂城註冊送體驗金 London.
Jay was put into a class with other “disruptive” boys, the majority of whom were black.
He said: “There was racism too. I was spat on and beaten up at school.
“I hav娛樂城返水en’t done bad considering I was deemed thick. Nobody realised I had dyslexia.
“Later in life I realised it was institutional racism. As a black kid you were painted with the same brush: you are dumb, so you don’t want to learn.”