Rylan Clark-return Neal’s to Radio 2 has been announced following the dissolution of his marriage.
After parting from his husband Dan Neal, RYLAN CLARK-NEAL has indicated he will return to BBC Radio 2.
After announcing his separation from husband Dan Neal, BBC Radio 2 personality Rylan Clark-Neal took a break from his job. However, Zoe Ball said on Wednesday that the It Takes Two host would return to his regular radio position on Saturday at 3 p.m.
“He’s coming back!” tweeted the radio station. @Rylan will be back on Saturday, as @zoeball just announced.”
The broadcaster said, “Oh, how we’ve missed Rylan.”
Listeners on BBC Radio 2 were overjoyed by the news, with one saying, “I shall be listening you have been missed.”
“@Rylan absolutely amazing news thrilled to hear you are returning to @BBCRadio2 love your show,” someone else said.
“Yay, I’ll plan my day so that I can listen. “Much love, Rylan,” said another.
“Exciting news!” exclaimed a third. Rylan, we’ve missed you! “Thank you for coming back.”
“Welcome back, Rylan,” says the narrator. “We’ll be there for you every step of the way,” a fourth added.
“Marvellous, b****y marvellous!” one person tweeted. You’ll be OK if you stay strong and be strong.”
More to come…
He’s making a comeback! @Rylan will be back this Saturday, as @zoetheball just stated.
Rylan, you’ve been sorely missed.
Rylan and Dan made headlines earlier this year when it was revealed that they had divorced after six years of marriage.
The It Takes Two host took a break from his BBC Radio 2 post and other presenting responsibilities.
Rylan thanked his Instagram fans for their support in a message posted in July.
“I just wanted to write a message to express my gratitude for the love and care you have given us,” he wrote.
“Right now, we’re focusing on our mental health and taking care of the people we care about the most.
“I am working toward returning to the jobs I enjoy in the near future.”
He signed off by saying, “Thank you for your patience with me.”
On Saturday at 3 p.m., Rylan Clark-Neal will return to BBC Radio 2.