The One Show canceled by BBC as Alex Jones announces return
The One Show is interrupted by the BBC, with Alex Jones and Jermaine Jenas confirming that Wednesday’s episode was the last for a month.
After just three episodes this week, the presenting duo have delivered the sad news to loyal viewers that the July 27 episode will be their last for quite some time, as the BBC prioritizes their “Summer of Sport”, which will begin when the Commonwealth Games begin. Thursday off.
Alex and former Newcastle and Spurs player Jermaine were joined live from Birmingham by Lenny Henry and Tom Daley as the city prepares to host the world-renowned sporting event, which will see athletes compete in disciplines ranging from swimming to gymnastics and from athletics to cycling.
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At the end of the show, Alex said The One Show was taking a “summer break” until August 22, as she urged viewers to “stay safe and have a great summer”. A video of Wednesday night’s closing moments was shared on the program’s official Twitter page, with a fan commenting below to wish Alex and Jermaine writing, “Have a great holiday guys.”
News of The One Show’s extended hiatus comes after Alex admitted on social media that she and her family are going through a “difficult” time. Taking to Instagram, she wrote: “Things have been a bit tricky for us lately and in all honesty I haven’t had time to be here between work and the kids but I’ve been connecting randomly and saw all of your lovely messages sweetly asking if everything was ok.
She added: “I was touched by your kindness and so I just wanted to check back and say thank you, and that even though life has been a bit difficult, we are doing well and still manage to enjoy the start of the holidays and it remains more to smile about! (I’ll put a few things in my stories).”