After Tom Hanks Went Viral For Defending His Wife The Panel Debate Standing Up For Your Partner | LW

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Hollywood actor Tom Hanks has been filmed shouting at fans after they caused his wife, Rita Wilson, to trip in the street. The Oscar winner rushed to protect his partner, angrily warning the over-enthusiastic crowd to back off. It was an uncharacteristic outburst for the famously nice star, but do we all want our significant others to stand up for us like this? Stacey says Joe has had to defend her a couple of times, while Nadia stresses that no one wants their partner to get into a fight.

From series 26, broadcast on 17/06/22

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