The radio DJ spoofed Young's hits on his birthday in 2009 with reference to his sexuality.
The Radio X host paid tribute to listener Alex who has sadly taken his own life and urged anybody struggling with their mental health to seek help.
It's not an easy time for a young man to be in broadcasting, but Roman Kemp says his peers have been a huge help.
Swash spoke on Yahoo's podcast 'White Wine Question Time' with fellow guests Chris Moyles and Keith Lemon.
Nick Grimshaw has recorded the worst-ever Radio 1 Breakfast Show figures – but his rival and predecessor Chris Moyles Chris Moyles‘s show is on the up. The 33-year-old radio DJ – affectionately known as Grimmy on the programme – has seen his figures drop to 4.93 million weekly listeners between July and September, down from 5.5 million last quarter. The stat makes for grim reading for Grimmy as they are the lowest Radio 1 Breakfast Show figures since RAJAR records began in 1992.
After departing from the airwaves in 2012, Chris Moyles is set to make a huge comeback with XFM – and he’ll taking on his Radio One predecessor Nick Grimshaw in the process. A source told The Sun: “It’s a massive coup for XFM to be able to sign Chris. Dubbed ‘the savior of Radio One’ back in his heyday, Moyles attracted seven million viewers every morning at the peak of his popularity.