Sir Bruce Forsyth "fed up" of hearing his own catchphrases!

Bruce Forsyth

Strictly Come Dancing presenter Sir Bruce Forsyth has said he has become "fed up" of hearing his own catchphrases. The 83-year-old telly star, who has been on the screen for over 50 years, has coined a number of iconic phrases including 'Nice to see you, to see you nice', 'Good game', and 'Didn't he do well'.

However the newly-knighted TV legend admits he does get a little bored of hearing others tell them back to him.

"You can get a bit fed up with it," he says on BBC Two's The Rob Brydon Show. "Especially when you go past a building site and get 'Good game, good game!'."

He added: "I went to the FA Cup Final and if I heard 'Good game' once, I heard it a thousand times."

But Sir Brucie insists he doesn't regret being association with the sometimes annoying lines.

"I don't know what I would have done without them in many ways," he said.

Bruce Forsyth returns as host of Strictly Come Dancing 2011 in September.

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