Monday, 25 May, 2020

Rylan Clark-Neal joins Zoe Ball on BBC Two’s ‘It Takes Two’

Rylan Clark-Neal has been confirmed by the BBC to co-host BBC Two’s ‘It Takes Two’ with Zoe Ball.

Rylan Clark-Neal is set to join the presenting team on Strictly’s sister show, It Takes Two.

Rylan will share presenting duties on the programme with Zoe Ball when it returns for Strictly season later this year. Zoe shared the news with listeners on her BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show this morning, when Rylan called in as a surprise guest.

Rylan Clark-Neal said: “I can’t begin to explain how excited I am to be joining the Strictly family. I’ve always been a massive fan of It Takes Two and to be working with the amazing Zoe Ball is a dream.

“I’m extremely honoured to be joining such a television institution and can’t wait to bring a lot of mischief to the Strictly bubble. I’m looking forward to getting started and seeing you all soon.”

Zoe Ball added: “I adore Rylan, he’s an absolute wonder, I love his daftness and naughtiness and he’s a brilliant live telly host. He’ll fit right into our It Takes Two family. Can’t wait for this new season to start, it’s going be a hoot!”

Dan McGolpin, Controller of BBC Programming and Daytime said: “We are really excited to welcome Rylan to the Strictly family. He’s a fantastic broadcaster and I can’t think of a better person to help bring our viewers all the latest Strictly news.”

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