Vernon Kay breaks down in tears over messages amid Ken Bruce backlash
27th February 2023

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Vernon Kay, 48, has spoken out on landing the major gig of taking over Ken Bruce’s BBC Radio 2 slot.

The star became tearful while discussing being welcomed into the Radio 2 family by his co-stars, while speaking to Breakfast Show host Zoe Ball, 52.

Addressing the announcement this morning, Vernon ignored backlash from listeners over Ken, 72, leaving the station.

The star was instead moved to tears while sharing the kind messages he had received from his fellow Radio 2 DJs.

He said: “One of the best things that has happened in the past few days is every single person on Radio 2 has messaged me and sent me an amazing either a voicemail, email, a Whatsapp… just saying how overjoyed that I’m joining the family… I’m getting quite emotional.”

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