Jermaine Jenas and Ronan Keating join Alex Jones as new permanent co-presenters on BBC One’s The One Show
Jermaine and Ronan will be familiar to regular viewers having been part of The One Show’s wider presenting family over the past year, although it is the first time new permanent co-hosts have been appointed on the programme in a decade.
The One Show broadcasts on BBC One week nights at 7pm, entertaining a regular audience of 4m viewers – and peaks of 5m during the lockdowns last year, with a mix of topical stories from around the UK, big name studio guests and much loved talent.
Jermaine will co-present with Alex from Monday-Wednesday, with Ronan joining Alex on the sofa on Thursday and Friday each week, starting Monday 10 May.
Jermaine Jenas says: “I’ve absolutely loved being a part of The One Show, Alex, the team and the viewers have made me feel so welcome and we’ve had a lot of fun already – I’m really looking forward to joining as a full time host alongside Ronan.”
Ronan Keating says: “I’m so delighted to officially be a part of The One Show family. It’s a show I’ve loved for many years as both a guest and a host and I can’t wait to get started alongside Alex, Jermaine and the wonderful team behind the scenes.’’
Both Jermaine and Ronan will continue with their existing commitments alongside their roles on the programme. Members of The One Show’s extended family of presenters, including Amol Rajan and Alex Scott, will continue to co-host episodes across the year.