Little Britain Split Reports Untrue, Says Lucas

LITTLE BRITAIN star Matt Lucas has reassured fans he is still working with David Walliams after reports the pair had gone their separate ways.

They are currently working on different projects with Lucas appearing in west end musical Les Miserables and Walliams presenting a panel show, called Wall of Fame.

“Some Tweeters assuming that because we are doing our own shows at the moment, me and Dave have split up. Sorry to tell you we haven’t!” Lucas told followers on his Twitter account.

The pair’s spoof airport documentary Come Fly With Me debuted at Christmas on the BBC, which is planning another series. The first season is currently airing in Australia on Nine.

Lucas and Walliams first met as students at the National Youth Theatre and got their big break when sketch show Little Britain moved from the radio to television in 2003.

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