The 'It Takes Two' host said the late TV presenter's performances were his favourite dances.
The TV presenter made a defiant post on social media following the leak of a video which shows him asking for 'gear'.
The TV presenter has said sorry to fans who were concerned when he disappeared from the public eye for several months.
Following his divorce from husband Dan Neal, Rylan has spent four months away from work - but it's reported BBC bosses worried he had come back too early.
Rylan has been missing from his position as presenter for the past 10 weeks after splitting from husband
Rylan Clark-Neal wishes he wasn't famous: 'being six foot four, with big teeth and a beard – there’s no hiding.'
Over the weekend, we were all left stunned when Simon Cowell made a pretty crude gay joke about Rylan Clark-Neal on The Xtra Factor, with Rylan’s response winning him a whole lot of kudos. Rylan immediately jumped up and asked the big boss if he’d like him to “show him how much [he loved a back door]”, with the move coming just one week after he twerked in Simon’s face during the previous weekend’s episode of The Xtra Factor. Now Ry has shed some light on his on-screen relationship with Simon, admitting that he likes to toe the line so that if he gets fired he’ll go out in style.
It’s pretty safe to say that this year’s X Factor judges have gone wild, with Sharon Osbourne, Nicole Scherzinger, Louis Walsh and Simon Cowell often getting accused of being drunk during the live shows by amused viewers. Rylan was praised for the way he handled the altercation. In fact, moments after he made the remark Simon admitted that he had gone too far.
Rylan Clark-Neal has been one of the nation’s favourite Essex boys ever since he burst onto our screens in 2012’s series of The X Factor – and his career has gone from strength to strength since. Now an official winner of Celebrity Big Brother and host of Big Brother’s Bit On The Side as well as The Xtra Factor and This Morning, Rylan’s glittering career is nothing to be scoffed at. Yes, when Rylan tied the knot to husband Dan Neal last year, he gained both a husband and a teenage son, and whilst Rylan’s parenting technique is definitely unique, it sounds as though he couldn’t be a cooler dad.
Matt Edmondson has taken to Twitter to thank well-wishers after the rather publicised birth of his baby daughter. Admitting that he’d hoped to “fly under the radar” with the arrival of his first child, the star was left with little choice but to go incredibly public after his wife Bryony’s labour meant that he had to pull out of The Xtra Factor Live, leaving co-host Rylan Clark-Neal to fly solo. Kicking off yesterday’s episode of the ITV2 show, Rylan announced to viewers that he’d been left on his own as Bryony had just gone into labour, forcing Matt to dash off.
The X Factor returned to our screens last weekend and that means the return of its sister show, The Xtra Factor. ITV bosses got rid of last year’s presenters Melvin Odoom and Rochelle Humes and brought in X Factor alumni Rylan Clark-Neal and radio presenter Matt Edmondson, also chancing it by making the show live and bringing in a weekly studio audience. Thankfully, the show has been a roaring success, and that’s partly down to much-loved presenter Rylan, who has the rare ability of dropping both hilarious and topical quips at the drop of a hat.
You would have thought that Rylan Clark-Neal would be painting the town read with his co-host Matt Edmondson after last night’s hugely successful Xtra Factor debut. Thankfully the star had a bottle of champagne from Louie Spence to keep him entertained as he took to Twitter to share multiple videos of himself commenting on the situation. Rylan kicked off by telling his 1.37 million followers: “We have been stuck in a lift since I came off air, there are 9 of us in this lift.
Rylan Clark-Neal has revealed that he plans to have children with his husband Dan Neal in the near future. The much-loved TV presenter married Dan eight months ago and feels that they are finally in a comfortable financial position to start a family, however, he is wary of rushing the process. Rylan shared: “It’s something I’d like to do but only when the time is right.
TV presenter Rylan Clark-Neal has declared war on Countryfile after the BBC nature show seemingly slagged him off on Twitter. The star took to social media to share a screenshot of a tweet that read: “@bbuk @channel5_tv @Rylan I’d rather watch @BBCCountryfile to be honest. The tweet had been favourited by Countryfile’s official social media page in the screenshot, with Rylan playfully captioning the post with: “Hark at them! Game on @BBCCountryfule … Meeeeeeaaaaaooooowwwww” alongside a whole load of animal emojis.