Former Eurovision hopeful Dustin the Turkey said he has 'scores to settle' with his TV partners Zig and Zag.
He was speaking ahead of 'The Den' returning to TV screens on Sunday.
But he seems to still hold a grudge against Zig and Zag, who joined the UK Channel 4 show 'The Big Breakfast' in 1992.
Dustin told Newstalk Breakfast: "You mean the people who sold out on the Irish and betrayed us?
"The Brits, you mean, the Brits.
"I tell you what: I think there's listeners there in Newstalk who are old enough to remember that they sold out to the Queen - and I ain't talk Bohemian Rhapsody here.
"They ran out on Ireland when Ireland needed them most to get the sterling.
"So there'll be a couple of scores to be settled there, let's just say that".
Dustin said presenter Ray D'Arcy may also have something to answer for.
"He deserves it, let's be honest after all them Saturday nights he's given us".
On the rebooted show, Dustin said: "It's going on, it's having the craic.
"I don't know if Don Conroy will be there, I don't know if Socky will be there.
"I think Zig and Zag, the Brits will be there, Ray D'Arcy will be there because Ian Dempsey's too expensive.
"Well done Ray D'Arcy - leaving Today FM to come to RTÉ - that's like leaving U2 to join Aslan".
'The Den' will air on RTÉ One from Sunday November 8th at 6.30pm.