“With the campaign still running, Nick will step back from the DIY SOS Children in Need special this year but will be back on our screens in 2022.” The BBC added to Express.co.uk: “Nick is an important member of the BBC family
Anne Hegerty, 62, has told Nick Knowles, 58, to “ignore” a comment made by a follower on Twitter who slammed him for hosting Home Is Where The Art Is. The Governess star condemned “idiots” who were unhappy that her I’m A Celebrity…
Fans have leapt to Knowles’ defence after it was claimed he might lose out on his BBC gig for appearing in a cereal advert. The presenter, who is known for his role as host of DIY SOS, upset the corporation after playing
“Nick is in absolute torment about the whole situation because he loves the Beeb,” a source told The Sun. “But they have very strict guidelines when it comes to their talent and advertising and he has already broken them by filming the
“There’s no universal ‘freebie’. I pay £300 a year just to park outside my police station…” However, one follower took issue with the comment and sent a link to Nick that showed “some” police are entitled to travel free on TFL services.
Nick Knowles, 58, was left “tired” after seeing photos from Hyde Park, London yesterday where protesters clashed with police as they opposed the ongoing coronavirus restrictions in the UK. The DIY SOS host said on his Twitter that it is time for
After Meghan revealed that she had experienced suicidal thoughts while pregnant with her son Archie, the GMB host took to social media where he said he didn’t “believe a word” the Duchess had said. Ofcom received more than 41,000 complaints about the
However, a BBC spokesperson told Express.co.uk: “There is no question that DIY SOS will return to BBC One, and filming will resume as soon as we can ensure the safety of our contributors and volunteers on builds at this time.” They added: “Nick