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.