Listeners thought it was hilarious.
Greg James unveiled some big names for this year's festival.
The Radio 1 host later invited the fan onto his show.
The event will be held over four days for the first time in its 18 year history.
The weather presenter apologised after an unfortunate slip of the tongue during a live broadcast on BBC Breakfast.
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.
The presenter was nowhere to be found for his Radio 1 Breakfast show on Wednesday morning.
Greg James's weekday breakfast show lost about 300,000 listeners in the final quarter of the year.
Her predecessor Chris Evans has maintained a steady listenership over on Virgin.
The pop star met the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at a reception for the BBC Radio 1 Teen Hero Awards.
Piers Morgan and Radio 2 presenter Trevor Nelson have previously slammed the BBC's ruling that she breached company guidelines.
Greg James: ‘I eat cheese in the bath to relax’
Radio 1 is having a big shake-up.
All eyes were on Ed Sheeran‘s hair after unfortunate timing and a gust of wind proved the making of a hilarious botched fan photo. The record-breaking chart topper’s ginger locks took on a life of their own after he was cornered for a selfie with fan Talia Calandra. Looking like he had just crawled out of bed, Ed struggled to crack a smile in the photo – which makes his unruly mane all the more laughable.
Graham Norton will be leading Children in Need’s star-studded presenting line-up this year – and he’s keen to honour the late Sir Terry Wogan. Strictly Come Dancing presenter Tess Daly, Radio 1 DJ Greg James, Paralympic gold medalist Ade Adepitan, Capital’s Marvin Humes and The Saturdays’ Rochelle Humes, will also join the Irish host. “It is a huge privilege to join the presenting team for the Children in Need Appeal show,” Graham said.
Radio One DJ Greg James has managed to make an incredible £774,194 for Sport Relief after successfully completing his week long ‘Greg-athlon’. Every day this week Greg has completed a triathlon in five different UK cities as well as completing his Radio One drive-time show in the afternoon. As Greg crossed the finish line he said: “Oh my God.
It looks like we’re going to have to wait a little longer to see or hear Zayn Malik as a solo artist on the BBC, after the singer reportedly pulled out of his Radio 1 interview with Greg James. Zayn, who released ‘Pillowtalk’ on Friday, was due to appear on Greg’s show yesterday, but cancelled 45 minutes before he was set to go live on air. No reason has been given for his no-show, and an insider has told the MailOnline: “Radio 1 has supported Zayn from day one so it’s very disappointing for all the UK fans not to see him.
Sport Relief has become known for the crazy, scary and seriously tough challenges celebrities put themselves through in order to raise money for the fantastic cause. This year is no different, as Greg James has announced that he’ll be doing a triathlon a day for five whole days to raise as much money as he can for the charity. The Radio 1 DJ announced his plan, branded ‘The Radio 1 Gregathlon for Sport Relief’, during last night’s National Television Awards.
While we normally look forward to the Christmas Day special, it would seem that this year it’s all about the Christmas Day RADIO! Between 1 pm and 7 pm on Christmas Day Radio One will be packed to the rafters full of pretty much a who’s who of the world of pop. From 1 pm to 2 pm, the One Direction boys will be taking over the airways with a prerecorded Christmas Day playlist until they hand over to Demi Lovato between 2 pm and 3 pm.