Jeremy Kyle 'utterly devastated' as show gets cancelled

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ITV announced on Wednesday that The Jeremy Kyle Show had been axed permanently.

Burke said she was not saying yes or no to the idea of Jimmy Kimmel hosting the Oscars in 2020, a real possibility given the fact Kimmel recently signed a three-year extension of his deal with the network.

'The Jeremy Kyle Show has had a loyal audience and has been made by a dedicated production team for 14 years, but now is the right time for the show to end.

"It was terrible, it felt like they wanted you to slag someone off, when the whole point of the show I was on was to to try and sort out problems".

Speaking to The Sun, she said: "After the show it was quite bad".

Ms Ferguson has also criticised the show for the delay in delivering counselling, claiming months have since passed with no action being implemented.

'Jeremy Kyle has kept me motivated for almost 15 years to be a better person and to fight for the truth and I am sure I am not the only one. keep Jeremy Kyle on TV'.

Kyle is expected to receive the equivalent of his £3m salary from ITV following the permanent cancellation of his show, criticised for exploiting vulnerable people.

"I'm really glad I went on the show because I managed to get my teeth sorted". They paid for a vehicle to take me up to Manchester for the treatment.

The show was scrapped yesterday, and host Jeremy today said that he had been left "absolutely devastated". "I was offered no counselling after the second time but I felt okay about it".

Gemma said that she doesn't regret going on the show.

Gemma had gone on the show - which has now been axed after a guest was reported to have taken his own life - after admitting to sleeping with her friend's ex-boyfriend.

The former producer claims the "toxic" show would make up the results if the test was inconclusive and that they would usually choose the result that would be the most "dramatic" for TV.

The Bring Back Jeremy Kyle petition claims the ITV show was not to blame for the death of Steve Dymond, 63, who died from a suspected suicide days after failing a lie detector test.

ITV could be sued over the unaired Kyle show.

In his first public statement since the scandal, Kyle said: "Myself and the production team I worked with for the last 14 years are all utterly devastated by the recent events".

"Our thoughts and sympathies are with Steve's family and friends at this incredibly sad time".