BBC honour The Traitors' Diane with hilarious 'fizzy rosé' Westfield billboard ad

A Westfield billboard has been taken over by The Traitors' Diane as the BBC honours her love of "fizzy rosé".
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One of White City Westfield’s billboards caught the eye of Traitors fans this week after Diane's love of fizzy rosé became the centre of a new billboard display in the London spot.

As fans of the show will know, Traitors contestant Diane's time on the popular BBC series was cut short after she was targeted by the traitors who murdered her with a poisoned chalice of fizzy rose.

The contents of the poisoned chalice has since become the focus of a new billboard advertisement at London's White City Westfield.

Picturing Diane with a glass of bubbles herself, the Traitors star was accompanied by a message which read "Revenge, which is sweeter than fizzy rosé".

BBC iPlayer has since shared a video of the billboard on its Instagram reels which saw two glasses cheering before moving to showcase the display.

Captioning the clip, which has since amassed over 2,600 lines, the post said: "Diane may be gone… but her presence still haunts."

Fans of the show have since flooded the comment section of the post as they gushed over Diane's feature on the Westfield-based screen.

One fan wrote: "What an icon." While another added: "This is amazing." 

Some of the show's competitors also featured in the replies to the post, including Jasmine and Paul, as they echoed fan comments.

Diane herself also took to the comments and, in one reply, joked about how she looked "very glamorous in the ghost world" on the billboard.