Rylan Clark joked that he thought the It Takes Two had given him the job by mistake.
The group, made up of 17-year-old twins Josh and Kyle Brooks, made it through to the live finals but were suspended from the show before they could perform on Saturday night after allegations of Josh beating his ex-girlfriend “black and blue” and “breaking her nose” came to light. Speaking on This Morning, Rylan – who hosts X Factor’s spin-off show ‘The Xtra Factor’ – explained: “It has just been announced they won’t be coming back but I can confirm they will be replaced.
X Factor’s Wagner returned to our screens today with an appearance on This Morning. On the sofa with previous fellow contestant Lloyd Daniels, Wagner revealed that he’s been working ‘seven days a week’ since he appeared on the show back in 2009. Fans of Wagner can book him to record personalised video messages for their special occasions – something that This Morning’s Rylan Clark was very excited about.
Rylan Clark-Neal hasn’t been shy in talking about his £25,000 veneers in the past. Rylan appeared on Loose Women shortly after getting the work done in 2013, and spoke about some of the criticism he had received for investing in new pearly whites.
Rylan Clark has been announced as the second host of this year’s Xtra Factor. The presenter will join Matt Edmondson replacing last year’s presenters, Melvin Odom and Rochelle Humes. Rylan got emotional making the announcement, saying: “I’m very honoured and over the moon to say that after four years of being away, I’m back.
Rylan Clark-Neal is no stranger to presenting This Morning, having filled in for various presenters in their absence and regularly sharing the latest showbiz gossip in his own segment. Now, it’s excitingly been revealed that Rylan and his husband, Dan Neal, are being lined-up to present the show together and make history, making them the first gay couple to host This Morning. It’s thought that the couple’s debut at the helm of This Morning will be on Friday 8 July, while Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford are on holiday.
A whole new series of Big Brother calls for a whole new diary room chair, and 2016′s series hasn’t disappointed, giving us another glorious, but dare we say pretty uncomfortable-looking, seat. Sure, we’d still LOVE to sit in it and pretend we’re a housemate just for five minutes, but real housemates might want to take a cushion with them when they head into the diary room for a rant. Big Brother host Emma Willis tweeted a picture of the chair on Monday (June 6), writing: “Ladies and gents… I give you… The all new @bbuk Diary Room Chair!! It’s back tomorrow, 9pm @channel5_tv #BBUK”.
In case you missed it, Rylan Clark-Neal has landed his very own talk show on Channel 5, having carved out a hugely successful presenting career for himself since his X Factor days. Chatting about his upcoming talk show to Digital Spy, Rylan admitted that he’s actually being kept ‘out of the loop’ at the minute.
Rylan Clark-Neal has worked seriously hard to carve himself a successful presenting career since appearing on ‘The X Factor’, fronting ‘Big Brother’s Bit On The Side’, presenting on ‘This Morning’, appearing on ‘Celebrity Masterchef’ and more.
You know what they say about live television, never work with children or… moths. The showbiz correspondent had a spectacular meltdown during Wednesday’s episode of This Morning, after a small moth threatened to interrupt his segment (video above). The 27-year-old provided the audience with some unexpected entertainment when he jumped to his feet mid-sentence, screaming for Holly Willoughby to help him.
Rylan Clark-Neal has got a pretty exciting week lined-up as he takes a seat on This Morning’s presenting sofa with Ruth Langsford all week. Rylan is obviously no stranger to This Morning, regularly presenting the showbiz sections on the ITV show. This week though, he’ll be taking Eamonn Holmes’ spot next to Ruth as they fill in for Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, who are taking some well-deserved time off.
Last week, it was revealed that Big Brother producers had submitted a planning application to expand the current Borehamwood house. The show’s host Emma Willis and Bit On The Side host Rylan Clark-Neal, though, have admitted that they know absolutely nothing about any kind of potential second house. The duo also discussed how successful January’s Celebrity Big Brother was, with Emma saying: “We never thought that we would top Lee Ryan’s - I still call it Lee Ryan’s year, it’s Jim Davidson’s year really.
Jeremy McConnell had to cancel a television appearance due to illness on the day of the Celebrity Big Brother final. Just last night the 25-year old Irish model was out partying in Newcastle as he confirmed on Twitter: “Having a drink for the finalists tonight in Newcastle so proud of all of them all. Before you get too emotional over the prospect of not seeing Jephanie reunite outside the Borehamwood bungalow tonight, Jezza has in fact revealed that he will be waiting for Stephanie Davis with open arms.
Rylan Clark-Neal might have been nominated for a prestigious National Television Award last night, but that doesn’t mean that he has forgotten his roots. Instead of a selfie in the back of a swanky limo, Rylan posed on the London Underground tube - the Jubilee line at Stanmore to be precise. Rylan captioned the excitable snap with: “Ere we go….
Rylan Clark-Neal has made a name for himself as a fantastic presenter since appearing as a contestant on The X Factor, and now he’s revealed that returning to the show as the host would be his ‘ultimate dream’. Can we make this happen please, Simon Cowell?
Rylan Clark-Neal has defended Celebrity Big Brother’s decision to show Tiffany Pollard misunderstanding Angie Bowie and thinking David Gest had died, instead of David Bowie. Angie had been informed of her ex-husband’s sad death off-screen, with only John Partridge and David Gest being the only other housemates to find out as they comforted her in the diary room afterwards.
The broadcast regulator confirms to Yahoo Celebrity it has received 244 complaints following former UKIP politician’s controversial homophobic remarks during the live launch show on Tuesday 5 January. An Ofcom spokesperson said, “We’ve received 244 complaints about Celebrity Big Brother on Channel 5. The comments sparked outrage on Twitter and were even condemned by CBB hosts Emma Willis and Rylan Clark-Neal.
It took just one short VT for former UKIP spokesperson and boxer Winston McKenzie to cement himself as 2016′s most hated housemate during last night’s Celebrity Big Brother launch. The housemate made homophobic comments in his introductory video, saying: “I don’t know how I’d cope with a homosexual in the house. Social media users understandably branded the comments ‘disgusting’ and ‘grotesque’, and unsurprisingly, CBB host Emma Willis has said that she doesn’t believe Winston will last too long in the house.
Clearly excited about the new series, which launches tonight, Rylan exclusively told Yahoo Celeb: “I am looking forward to seeing every single one of them. Who could he mean?! This year’s line-up includes ex-EastEnders star Danniella Westbrook, who just a few days ago hit out at fellow housemate Christopher Maloney, telling him to ‘get his own press’.
It may be 10 years since the Pussycat Dolls burst on to the scene with their smash hit single and our fave karaoke anthem, Don’t Cha, but sadly they won’t be getting back together to mark the occasion. Kimberly Wyatt says that not all of her former band mates - Nicole Scherzinger, Melody Thornton, Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta and Carmit Bachar - are interested in getting back together.
The rumour is that the music mogul is keen to snap up the pair in a move which would leave this year’s hosts – Olly Murs and Caroline Flack – out of a job. “It would cause fireworks poaching Emma and Rylan off Big Brother but Simon usually gets what he wants,” a source told the Daily Star.
Rylan Clark-Neal has definitely come a long way since he sobbed into a pillow at Nicole Scherzinger’s house for The X Factor, with the star nabbing an actual cameo in the most anticipated British film of all time.