Jeremy Kyle is set to make a return to work following the treatment he underwent for testicular cancer, and has claimed that he was "overwhelmed" with the support he's received.
It was reported yesterday that the TV talk show host, who underwent treatment, which included chemotherapy after being diagnosed, has since been resting abroad.
His spokesperson told The Sun: "Jeremy has recently undergone treatment for testicular cancer and is currently resting abroad."
And now it appears that the 47 year-old, who has been left "overwhelmed" by the support he has received, is now well enough to return to work after his his spokesperson told the publication: "It’s been really tough for him and his family. But he wanted to let you all know he appreciates your continuing support.”
Jeremy is keen to get back to work (WENN / ITV)
Claiming that Jeremy is keen to get back into the studio to continue ot film his daytime show, The Jeremy Kyle Show, an insider is quoted as saying:
"Jeremy is your classic workaholic. He hates the fact he’s not in the studio doing what he loves. He’s been in touch with producers and told them not to get too comfortable as he’ll be back on Wednesday.
“He has got a full series to do and doesn’t want to let anyone down.”
Happy that Jeremy is feeling better, an ITV spokesperson added: "We wish Jeremy well and are pleased he is making such good progress.”
We can't wait to see Jeremy back on our screens!