This Morning give ‘condolences’ to Jeremy Kyle Show team after ‘dreadful shock’

This Morning have given their "condolences" to The Jeremy Kyle Show team after a "dreadful shock".

ITV has confirmed that the show has been permanently cancelled after 14 years following the death of guest Steve Dymond.

The Jeremy Kyle Show was taken off air on Monday after Steve was found dead – days after he failed a lie detector test.

ITV have ended production and broadcasting of daytime show with immediate effect after conducting a review.

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield announced The Jeremy Kyle Show had been cancelled out the start of Wednesday's show.


The presenters looked upset as they revealed that the daytime show, which used to air before This Morning, will never be screened again.

Phillip read out a statement from ITV CEO Carolyn McCall about the decision to cancel the programme.

Co-host Holly then gave her sympathy to tragic Steve's family and the entire The Jeremy Kyle Show team.


She said: "We’d also like to add our condolences to the family of Mr Dymond and also to the Jeremy Kyle team and crew for whom this has been a dreadful shock."

Phillip then revealed that no decision has been made on what will air before This Morning from now on.

He added: "No indication yet as to what will replace Jeremy’s Show in the future."


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