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Jeremy Kyle departs TalkTV studios alongside his co-star Sharon Osbourne after filming her chat show


Jeremy Kyle appeared in good spirits as he departed the TalkTV studios alongside Sharon Osbourne after day two of filming her new late-night chat show The Talk on Tuesday. 

The presenter, 56, who has been off the small screen for three years, cut a casual figure as he climbed into a waiting car.

Jeremy sported a navy jumper along with blue jeans and navy trousers, completing his look with a brown bag.

Jeremy Kyle cut a casual figure in a navy jumper and blue jeans as he departed the TalkTV studios alongside Sharon Osbourne after day two of filming her new late-night chat show The Talk.

Jeremy Kyle cut a casual figure in a navy jumper and blue jeans as he departed the TalkTV studios alongside Sharon Osbourne after day two of filming her new late-night chat show The Talk.

Sharon, 69, showcased her taut and smooth complexion as she departed the studios after filming.

The media personality revealed earlier this week that she wasn’t happy with the results of her ‘horrendous’ face lift last year that left her looking like a Cyclops. 

Sharon cut a stylish figure for the evening as she donned a black blazer and matching trousers and a white shirt. 

It comes after viewers admitted they were less than impressed by Jeremy’s TV return after his chat show The Jeremy Kyle Show was axed in 2019.

Host: Sharon, 69, showcased her taut and smooth complexion as she departed the studios after filming

Host: Sharon, 69, showcased her taut and smooth complexion as she departed the studios after filming

Some viewers insisted he should have been ‘cancelled’ following the death of a participant Steve Dymond, 63, one week after a programme featuring him was filmed.

Taking to social media as the new show aired, many complained that the channel had hired ‘bully’ Jeremy and claimed they would be ‘switching off’ if he was kept on as a panellist on the programme.

The presenter’s eponymous show was suspended indefinitely in May 2019 following the death of Mr Dymond after he filmed a segment on the show.

Dymond, from Portsmouth, was found dead aged 63 from a suspected morphine overdose after being grilled by the host on the show in May 2019.

Viewers who were pleased to see Jeremy’s comeback were few and far between, as they took to Twitter to question why the presenter had been hired.

Speaking out: Some viewers admitted they were less than impressed by Jeremy's TV return

End of an era: His chat show The Jeremy Kyle Show was axed in 2019

Speaking out: Some viewers admitted they were less than impressed by Jeremy’s TV return 

Past: Some viewers insisted he should have been 'cancelled' following the death of a participant Steve Dymond, 63, one week after a programme featuring him was filmed

Past: Some viewers insisted he should have been ‘cancelled’ following the death of a participant Steve Dymond, 63, one week after a programme featuring him was filmed

Many branded him a ‘bully’ and ‘vile’ and demanded to know why he had been given a second chance at stardom following the death of Mr Dymond.

One furious person, wrote: ‘I was looking forward to this and it started well until I saw that TalkTv has give that t***** Jeremy Kyle a job… I’m out. Genuinely sorry.’

Another said: ‘Jeremy Kyle is on this which means, I will never watch it again.. watched it tonight cos I wanted to see Trump tell Piers what he is…’

‘What on earth have you got that creature Jeremy Kyle back on TV for’, another seethed. ‘Won’t watch it when he’s on.’

A fourth wrote: ‘In his trailer he says he, “wants British people involved”, he did on his previous show, branding them in the most disgusting terms, bullying them and some committed suicide. I wish TalkTv luck, but Kyle?

‘I’m against cancelling but bullies are exceptions.’

Candid: The media personality revealed earlier this week that she wasn't happy with the results of her 'horrendous' face lift last year that left her looking like a Cyclops

Outfit: Sharon cut a stylish figure for the evening as she donned a black blazer and matching trousers and a white shirt

Candid: The media personality revealed earlier this week that she wasn’t happy with the results of her ‘horrendous’ face lift last year that left her looking like a Cyclops

Style: Sharon wore a light pallet of makeupand also sported a gold band for  filming

Style: Sharon wore a light pallet of makeupand also sported a gold band for  filming

Show: During her debut appearance on the show, Sharon kicked off her tenure with a bang as she expressed her disapproval for Bella Hadid's recent revelation that she had a nose job aged 14, with the TV star branding the surgery 'irresponsible'

Show: During her debut appearance on the show, Sharon kicked off her tenure with a bang as she expressed her disapproval for Bella Hadid’s recent revelation that she had a nose job aged 14, with the TV star branding the surgery ‘irresponsible’

Honest: Sharon also opened up about her recent facelift, which she described as 'excruciating' and noted how her family 'hate' her latest procedure

Honest: Sharon also opened up about her recent facelift, which she described as ‘excruciating’ and noted how her family ‘hate’ her latest procedure

Another agreed, and said: ‘I was so looking forward to @piersmorgan and Sharon Osborne on TalkTv and Uncensored was terrific… but as soon as I saw Jeremy Kyle I turned off and won’t be returning.

‘I’m all for cancelling cancel culture but I draw the line at watching a bully who caused a death.’

Many insisted they would be ‘switching off’ due to Jeremy, with one person writing: ‘Absolutely gutted @TalkTV why would you put Jeremy Kyle back on TV! Now I won’t watch.’

A different person simply wrote: ‘I see @TalkTV is employing Jeremy Kyle.’

One other said: ‘Gets Jeremy Kyle off and it may be watchable.’

Response: Taking to social media as the new show aired, many complained that the channel had hired 'bully' Jeremy and claimed they would be 'switching off' if he was kept on as a panellist on the programme

Response: Taking to social media as the new show aired, many complained that the channel had hired ‘bully’ Jeremy and claimed they would be ‘switching off’ if he was kept on as a panellist on the programme

Reaction: Viewers who were pleased to see Jeremy's comeback were few and far between, as they took to Twitter to question why the presenter had been hired

Reaction: Viewers who were pleased to see Jeremy’s comeback were few and far between, as they took to Twitter to question why the presenter had been hired

Positive: Jeremy didn't appear to let the criticism get to him as he looked in a good mood as he departed the studio

Positive: Jeremy didn’t appear to let the criticism get to him as he looked in a good mood as he departed the studio 

Jeremy Kyle presented The Jeremy Kyle Show for 14 years before it was axed in 2019 following Mr Dymond's death

Jeremy Kyle presented The Jeremy Kyle Show for 14 years before it was axed in 2019 following Mr Dymond’s death

A different viewer said: ‘Why have you got that bully on your channel!? Jeremy Kyle shouldn’t ever be on TV again!!!’

Another person said they would be ‘switching off’, writing: ‘I can’t stand @piersmorgan but this new show was so good. Shame @TalkTV continue to employ Jeremy Kyle as host on #TheTalk @TheTalkUK.

‘Switched it off. Was looking forward to @MrsSOsbourne too.’

One person said it was ‘dumb’ to hire Jeremy on the programme.

While many condemned Jeremy’s return, a handful of people welcomed the return of the ex Jeremy Kyle Show host.

One person said: ‘Welcome back Jeremy Kyle have missed you. #TalkTV.’

Another said: ‘@TalkTV loveeee Jeremy Kyle back on TV.’

Comeback: Sharon made her return to screens in the new News UK network show, a year on from her exit from CBS' The Talk after an on-screen clash with co-star Sheryl Underwood

Comeback: Sharon made her return to screens in the new News UK network show, a year on from her exit from CBS’ The Talk after an on-screen clash with co-star Sheryl Underwood

The programme, ‘Death on Daytime’, heard from former workers on the show who said the platform gave Jeremy, a ‘God complex’ and explained how they would make guests distressed to entertain viewers.

One clip showed Jeremy telling off a producer for a ‘terrible’ script while another recorded him saying to a colleague: ‘I don’t understand, they’re terrible f***ing guests, you’ve done it again, they’re as thick as s***.’

Jeremy issued a response tot he documentary at the time, saying: ‘I would like to reiterate my deepest sympathies to the friends and family of Mr Dymond.

‘I’ve consistently maintained it would be inappropriate to discuss the tragic death of Steve Dymond before the legal inquest into it has concluded.

‘Likewise, the false and damaging allegations made against me by Channel 4 are with the lawyers now.

New series: In a statement, News UK recently detailed the format for their new show

New series: In a statement, News UK recently detailed the format for their new show

‘No doubt ITV will address the issues raised by Channel 4 around ITV’s production of The Jeremy Kyle Show themselves, it would be wrong for me to speak on their behalf’Now is not the time to debate or discuss what is an ongoing legal process. When I can respond, I will.’

During her debut appearance on the show, Sharon kicked off her tenure with a bang as she expressed her disapproval for Bella Hadid’s recent revelation that she had a nose job aged 14, with the TV star branding the surgery ‘irresponsible’.

Sharon also opened up about her recent facelift, which she described as ‘excruciating’ and noted how her family ‘hate’ her latest procedure.

Sharon made her return to screens in the new News UK network show, a year on from her exit from CBS’ The Talk after an on-screen clash with co-star Sheryl Underwood.

'Straight talking': Scott Taunton, EVP, President of Broadcasting, News UK said: 'TalkTV will be a new voice for viewers who are interested in straight talking opinions and expert insight on news and current affairs

‘Straight talking’: Scott Taunton, EVP, President of Broadcasting, News UK said: ‘TalkTV will be a new voice for viewers who are interested in straight talking opinions and expert insight on news and current affairs

And while Sharon faced backlash over her comments on her former show, model Bella may not approve of Sharon’s verdict on her going under the knife as a teen.

Sharon began her speech as she joined the panel in discussing plastic surgery, with the former X Factor star stating: ‘If you don’t like anything about your appearance, and you have the wherewithal to go and change it, if you have the money, then do it!

‘It’s your body, you do what you want with it.’

But she had a difference of opinion when it came to Bella, as she noted that it was ‘irresponsible’ for her to be allowed to have the rhinoplasty at such a young age.

She said: I think Bella Hadid having her nose done at 14 is very very irresponsible because your face hasn’t finished growing.

‘I bet she’s had more than one because your face changes as you get older, so that’s ridiculous!’

In a statement, News UK recently detailed the format for their new show.

Reaction: Viewers weren't shy about expressing their opinions on Jeremy's return to TV

Reaction: Viewers weren’t shy about expressing their opinions on Jeremy’s return to TV 

Unimpressed: Another agreed, and said: 'I was so looking forward to @piersmorgan and Sharon Osborne on TalkTv and Uncensored was terrific... but as soon as I saw Jeremy Kyle I turned off and won't be returning'

Unimpressed: Another agreed, and said: ‘I was so looking forward to @piersmorgan and Sharon Osborne on TalkTv and Uncensored was terrific… but as soon as I saw Jeremy Kyle I turned off and won’t be returning’

Scott Taunton, EVP, President of Broadcasting, News UK said: ‘TalkTV will be a new voice for viewers who are interested in straight talking opinions and expert insight on news and current affairs.

‘The channel has been designed for the streaming age and will be accessible on linear TV as well as via social and on demand programming.’

He added: ‘We have a roster of new talent who will bring compelling new shows to the screen every weekday evening, alongside journalists from across News UK who have expertise in every genre.

‘Our existing professional talent on TalkRadio already have their own followings and we will be bringing these popular and informed discussions about news and current affairs to a wider audience.

‘Our launch schedule should get the nation talking and bring new choice to viewers in the market.’

The TV channel will also host Piers Morgan Uncensored, fronted by the former Good Morning Britain presenter, on weeknights in the UK, FOX Nation in the US and on Sky News Australia.

He added: 'The channel has been designed for the streaming age and will be accessible on linear TV as well as via social and on demand programming'

He added: ‘The channel has been designed for the streaming age and will be accessible on linear TV as well as via social and on demand programming’

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