Paddy McGuiness cancelled his Radio 1 appearance[Wenn]
Paddy McGuinness cancelled his planned appearance on the popular morning show in the aftermath of the emergence of pictures in which he was seen arm-in-arm with Nicole Appleton on a night out.
Yesterday host Nick Grimshaw 33, told his listeners that Paddy was due to appear on
PADDY McGuinness suddenly cancelled his appearance on the Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw this morning amid the fallout of those cosy Nicole Appleton pictures.
Host Nick 33, told listeners yesterday that the 44-year-old comedian was due to appear on the lively slot, but insiders tell The Sun
Paddy McGuinness is keeping a low profile after his relationship with Nicole Appleton came under close scrutiny.
The comedian has cancelled his media appearances - including an appearance on the Radio 1 breakfast show with Nick Grimshaw.
Paddy, 44, has also been silent on social media after pictures surfaced
Nick Grimshaw's Radio 1 Breakfast Show has surged to its best ratings in two years.
A few months ago, Grimmy plummeted to his smallest audience since the breakfast show began in 1967, with a weekly listenership of under 5 million.
But there's much better news for the DJ this time around, as
Nick Grimshaw's Radio 1 Breakfast Show has plummeted to its lowest ratings yet – and the station's worst since RAJAR started collecting data in 1992.
After bouncing back the last time these figures were released a few months ago, Grimmy's weekly listenership has gone down from 5.49m to under 5m for
BBC Radio 1 will be celebrating its 50th anniversary this September with a whole month of nostalgic events.
Celebrations begin today (September 1) with the Foo Fighters in the Live Lounge, while other high profile acts such as JAY-Z, Chris Martin, Miley Cyrus and Harry Styles are set to perform acoustically
Harry Styles is heading to the BBC for his very own special.
He follows in the rather large footsteps of Michael Bublé and Adele, which isn't that bad at all for an X Factor alum.
Harry Styles at the BBC's hour-long special will feature the One Direction star singing tracks from his
Nick Grimshaw has got a very good reason to smile today – his Radio 1 breakfast show has bounced back in the ratings!
Yep, after slumping to pretty much his lowest ratings yet earlier this year (and Radio 1's worst since the RAJAR system was introduced in 1999, ahem),
Nick Grimshaw led music fans at Radio 1's Big Weekend in a minute's silence earlier today (May 27) for the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack.
At the first day of the event in Hull, the Breakfast Show host took to the stage around 3pm, before marking the minute
Liam Payne first met Cheryl as a contestant on the X Factor [ITV]
Back then, Cheryl was a judge on the ITV show, and now the couple have just welcomed their first baby together.
And while their relationship has been closely documented by fans, the One Direction star has now revealed she
Nick Grimshaw's Radio 1 breakfast show has fallen to its lowest ratings yet, as the latest listening figures are published on Thursday (May 18).
Grimmy is now attracting 5.14m listeners per week – the lowest Radio 1 breakfast rating since the RAJAR system was introduced in 1999. This time