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Where is Jeremy Kyle now – new job, ‘abandoned’ by celebrity friends and declared ‘scapegoat’

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Jeremy Kyle has been missing from TV screens for almost three years.

After 14 years on ITV’s daytime schedule, The Jeremy Kyle Show was put on hold before being permanently canceled in May 2019 following the tragic death of guest Steve Dymond.

The 63-year-old used a lie detector, which is not 100% accurate, to prove he wasn’t cheating with fiancée Jane Callaghan, but was revealed to have failed the test. .

After taping of the show ended, a distraught Steve told one of the show’s researchers “I wish I was dead” before being taken home by taxi two hours later.

Just a few days later, Steve died tragically in his motel room in Portsmouth, an autopsy later showing he had died of a morphine overdose and left ventricular hypertrophy.

Filming and broadcasting of The Jeremy Kyle Show was halted immediately while a serious review was conducted – and former staffers and guests gave shocking insights into the real behind-the-scenes such as: how.

Host Jeremy is said to have been distraught after learning Steve had died just days after filming his show.







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“Myself and the production team I have worked with for the past 14 years have been completely devastated by recent events,” said Jeremy.

“Our thoughts and sympathies go out to Steve’s family and friends at this incredibly sad time.”

There were previously plans for Jeremy to return to ITV with a brand new show – but it looks like they have now been shelved.

ITV boss Kevin Lygo has confirmed that Jeremy Kyle is working on a brand new show to air on ITV.

“For him to suddenly lose the job he’s led for more than 15 years, it’s a huge shock.”

Lygo confirmed ITV is “testing” Kyle’s new project and that his investigative series The Kyle Files will return in 2020.

The ITV boss added: “We’re trying something out with him and we’ll have to take a look because he’s an excellent broadcaster and it would be completely wrong to blame the show on the presenter. show it.

“We’re not holding him in any bad way. We’ll be looking for another show with him but I think it’s unlikely to be on the right track.”







Steve died tragically at the age of 62 in 2019
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However, Kyle is yet to return to our screens and it’s unclear what his role is now at ITV.

ITV bosses appeared before a House of Commons committee in June 2020 as part of a reality TV investigation organized by the Bureau of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.

President Damian Collins said that Jeremy himself, who fronted the show for its duration, refused to attend.

The committee asked ITV heads about how participants were selected and how accurate the lie-detection tests were, as well as asking for details about materials that guests on TV shows. Actual picture is required to sign.

An investigation into Mr Dymond’s death is still ongoing, leaving Kyle unable to discuss the details of the circumstances surrounding the death.

Investigator Jason Pegg has confirmed that the presenter will be called to give evidence as a witness at the investigation.

In September last year, Jeremy finally broke his silence and announced that he felt “the scapegoat” and was unjustly blamed for the tragedy.

Jeremy said he knew his critics would say he ‘tasted his own medicine’ when he saw his show cancelled, but that pushed him to the brink after a series of other incidents. out.







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The presenter told The Sun: “I don’t want to hear ‘miserable me’, and like I said, the whole thing was a terrible tragedy – devastating, of course, for friends and family. by Steve Dymond, and for many people who worked on the show.

“But it hit me hard. And it sucks to feel like a scapegoat, and not be able to say anything about the accusations that are usually only mine. I felt hunted and forced. must be held accountable. everything that happened around that gig. But I’m just the face of it.”

The presenter said he has struggled with anxiety and depression and at one point couldn’t leave the house even with the curtains open.

After encouragement from his “grounded and supportive” fiancée Vicky Burton, he went to the doctor because he was feeling depressed.

“She wasn’t from that world of television and her advice really helped me find my perspective. I’ll give Vic a huge credit for getting me back on my feet,” he said. Sun.

Jeremy went on to explain how much of an impact it had on the crew working on the series.

“Hundreds of people lost their jobs that day, and I also feel really terrible for them and worried for their future. But I felt completely alone,” he continued.

“When I was told they were going to destroy it completely, my first reaction was a kind of absolute shock, and then really just devastation. And then suddenly I felt like I was outside. its vi.”







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Jeremy revealed that some of his celebrity friends dumped him after his show crashed – with some he’s been close to for years simply “disappearing”.

But he has picked out a few “brilliant” showbiz friends who are still by his side, including Dec Donnelly, Eamonn Holmes, Ruth Langsford and Rob Rinder.

Jeremy also commended Piers Morgan for reaching out immediately and Kate Garraway for taking the time to get in touch.

Jeremy has also been there to support Kate in her darkest hour while husband Derek Draper recovers from Covid.

In August 2020, Kate revealed that Jeremy had helped move her children to stay with Derek’s parents, who had been sheltering for months.

He offered to use his driver after Kate expressed concern about passing anything on to Derek’s vulnerable parents.

Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Kate explained: “They’re not traveling with me, because they don’t even have contact with Derek’s sisters, so I don’t want to be an extra. their life.

“So thanks to Jeremy Kyle, they went up because he said my driver has quarantined and kept the car very clean so I’ll bring the kids up.”







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While Jeremy has yet to appear on TV again, he returned to the air last September with his own weekday talkRadio show.

Airing from 4pm to 7pm Monday to Thursday, Jeremy’s show is billed as ‘straightforward, no radio nonsense’.

Speaking to talkRADIO’s Mike Graham about his new show, the host revealed his late father encouraged him to return to work before his death.

Jeremy explains: “I lost my dad six weeks ago and he’s my hero. One of the reasons I’m back now is he said to me, ‘go back to work’.” .

“Life is full of problems. There’s always a solution, it’s just that the bigger the problem, the longer it takes to find the answer. But if you bow your head, you’ll get there.

“That’s why I’m back. It seems like the right time, and I’ve been listening to talkRADIO and I love the fact that there’s a lot of honesty and frankness and it’s about people.

“talkRADIO is the most complete project and I’m very excited to join and be able to talk about the things that are important to me and that are important to me for a long time.”

The Jeremy Kyle Show is currently the focus of a new Channel 4 documentary that airs on Sunday and Monday nights.







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Viewers will see Steve’s final messages before he took his own life and interviews with loved ones, former showrunners and staff.

Jeremy did not contribute to the documentary, with Channel 4 saying: “Jeremy Kyle has been approached for feedback on the series. He made no statement regarding the broadcast. We will reflect the position. his in the movie.”

“The program has a detailed and extensive mandate of care processes for contributors built over 14 years,” said ITV.

“If they asked for continued help, appropriate solutions were found. Due to the serious nature of the events of May 2019, ITV has decided to end production of the show. It would be inappropriate. for further comment on that ahead of the investigation this month.

“ITV does not accept the accusation that at the heart of this show is ‘bad culture’ within the production team. ITV will never tolerate any of its production staff misleading or lying to guests.

“All guests were aware of the nature of the performance and the style of the presenter prior to participating. All guests have agreed to participate in writing.

“Since 2018, ITV has made significant strides in regards to its mission of caring for participants.”

* Jeremy Kyle Show: Death On Daytime airs tonight and tomorrow on Channel 4 at 9pm

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