Jeremy Kyle

Jeremy Kyle under fire for calling Nicola Sturgeon a 'horrible woman up north'

Jeremy Kyle has come under fire for referring to Nicola Sturgeon as "that horrible woman up north," during discussions about the cost of living crisis.The presenter is filling in for Piers Morgan on his TV talk show at the moment while he is away in America and spoke about the inflation hike with political commentator Marina Purkiss and broadcaster Emma Webb.Kyle expressed his opinion that this could spell bad news for the Tories in the future, and also didn't hold back his thoughts about Scotland's first minister either.Sign up to our free Indy100 weekly newsletter "I actually think this cost...

Jeremy Kyle awkwardly interrupts Bill Bailey’s touching Sean Lock tribute during interview

Bill Bailey was awkwardly interrupted by Jeremy Kyle while reminiscing about Sean Lock during an interview.Kyle was temporarily appearing on Piers Morgan Uncensored as replacement host when he asked Bailey about a 100-mile walk he’s doing along the South West Coast Path in honour of Lock, who died of cancer on 18 August 2021.Bailey’s walk, which he’s doing alongside Lock’s family and friends, will last for seven days – and, as he explained during the interview, it was a walk he used to do alongside the 8 Out of 10 Cats star.Appearing on the TalkTV series virtually, Bailey explained...
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Jeremy Kyle to stand in for Piers Morgan on Uncensored for next five weeks

Jeremy Kyle will be standing in for Piers Morgan on Morgan’s TalkTV show Uncensored for the rest of the summer.The presenter will take over from Morgan on the show for a five-week period, beginning at the start of August and ending on 5 September, while Morgan takes time off to film his true crime documentary, Serial Killer with Piers Morgan.Kyle is a near-constant presence on TalkTV – his Talk Radio show is simulcast on Talk TV and he hosts opinion show The Talk with Sharon Osbourne. He joined the network after his ITV series The Jeremy Kyle Show was...

TalkTV: Jeremy Kyle makes TV return three years after his show’s cancellation

Jeremy Kyle has made his return to TV, three years after his daytime show was cancelled following the death of a contributor.The Jeremy Kyle Show, which first aired in 2005,came to an end in 2019 after guest Steve Dymond died by suicide days after taking part in filming.On Monday (25 April), Kyle returned to TV screens as a panellist on The Talk, Sharon Osbourne’s panel show on the newly launched channel TalkTV.Kyle and Osbourne were joined by Esther Krakue, Nicola Thorp and JJ Anisiobi, and discussed topics such as Elon Musk buying Twitter, and Prince Andrew.Introducing the show, Osbourne...

Jeremy Kyle taking legal action against Channel 4 over ‘false and damaging’ documentary

Jeremy Kyle has said that he is taking legal action against Channel 4 over a documentary about the death of contributor Steve Dymond.Airing its first part on Sunday (13 March) night, Jeremy Kyle Show: Death on Daytime looks into the world behind the scenes on the controversial ITV daytime show, which was cancelled in 2019 after Dymond died by suicide days after taking part in filming.The documentary sees anonymous former Jeremy Kyle employees discuss their time working on the show.Among the claims made include that staff were encouraged to agitate guests before they appeared on stage, with one employee...

Jeremy Kyle: Death on Daytime, review: the damning truth about the cruellest show on TV

Some documentaries have a hole at their centre when the key player doesn’t take part. Not Jeremy Kyle: Death on Daytime (Channel 4), because everything we need to know about Kyle’s role in this sorry affair is already in front of us. Over 14 years, we saw him goad and humiliate his guests on The Jeremy Kyle Show. One piece of unbroadcast footage included here confirmed the contempt in which he held them. “They are terrible f---ing guests,” he complained backstage. “They’re thick as s---”