Jonathan Ross To Leave BBC

January 7, 2010 by  
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ROSSGranddad bothering BBC presenter Jonathan Ross has announced that he is leaving the corporation in July.

As one of the BBC’s highest paid stars, Ross has been with the broadcaster for thirteen years presenting his own Friday night talk show, Film 2010 and a show on Radio 2.

In 2008 Ross was suspended from the BBC after the highly publicised Sachsgate, in which Jonathon and his friend (comedian Russell Brand) left a rude message on the answerphone of Fawlty Towers actor, Andrew Sachs.

Upon return Ross enjoyed higher ratings than before, although earlier this week it was suggested that the cheeky Irish presenter Graham Norton had been signed as his replacement on a £4 million contract.

In a tweet this morning Ross wrote, “Good morning. My day is turning out to be far more interesting then I had anticipated ! See you later – have a good one.”

This is ve-wy, ve-wy bad news!