Dermot O’Leary and the Sun’s Ally Ross look for Jeremy Kyle’s cancer in ‘karma’ and ‘Hell’
JEREMY Kyle has cancer. But he vows to be back on the telly just as soon as his testicles are better. When someone falls ill, it might be a good time to quieten your negative feelings for them. So, here was Dermot O’Leary at the man-hugging, back-slapping National Television awards (Jan 23) reportedly saying:
“Jeremy Kyle can’t be here tonight. He’s poorly. That’s karma for you.”
And there was Ally Ross, who wrote in his Tuesday column in the Sun on Kyle’s absence from those afroresaid awards:
Because the most powerful and damning comment of all about the National Television Awards 2013 was contained in just half a dozen words. “Jeremy Kyle can’t be here tonight.” The lift between the seventh and sixth layers of hell must have broken down.
Repent, Jeremy. REPENT!
PS: On Wednesday, the Sun led with Kyle’s cancer. In today’s issue, Colin Robertson reports that Jezza is delighted with the paper’s support (does he read Ross? Does Ross talk to Robertson?)