Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan went head-to-head as they reached splashes in a wild Christmas drink game.
The husband and wife showed their competitive sides when they met against each other in the challenge.
Mark has flown back to the UK from his job in LA at the NBC Show Extra, and things seem a little messy during the festival.
Along with their family and friends, including Mark's sister Jess and cousin Elliott, Mark and Michelle, they fought each other when they nodded a glass of bubbly before attempting to turn their glass so that it would land up and down.
When they succeeded, it went down to the next player until everyone on their team had done their part.
The video, shared by Fun House presenter Pat Sharp, shows Mark easily turning his actress wife into the drinking part of the game.
But he then fights to turn his glass over when she manages to do it the first time.
Things become very competitive as the teams try to win each other up.
It comes after reports that Mark is planning to end his life in the United States to start a family with Michelle.
The former TOWIE star has apparently told Extra's boss that he will return home to Essex after spending the last year Stateside.
Friends told Daily Star that Mark had said he and his wife of three and a half years looked forward to having babies.
One source said, "He's on his way home and the next step is to start a family."
However, Mark's spokesperson said there was no truth in the report.
Mark and Michelle, both 31, have spent the majority of their three and a half years of marriage, due to their busy movie footage.
In the first two years that came with her wedding daughter, Michelle worked abroad for most of the time filming our military drama series Our Girl, while Mark lived at home in Essex.
However, the tables have turned over the past year after Mark landed a roving showbiz correspondent for Extra.
He also filmed in South Africa as the host of the new British version of the dating show The Bachelor.
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