Adrian Chiles wants Bleakley work
Adrian Chiles has made it no secret that he would ''love'' to present alongside Christine Bleakley again and has said there is ''no doubt'' the pair will work together again.
Adrian Chiles would "love" to work with former co-host Christine Bleakley again.
The 43-year-old presenter - who recently left BBC's 'The One Show' after signing a £6 million deal with ITV to present the World Cup and 'GMTV' - admits they make a great partnership and will "no doubt" work together again in the future.
He said: "I would love to work with her again. It's no secret we get on well and we are a great broadcasting couple.
"Obviously, there's no doubt sooner or later Christine and I will work together in the future, whether that's in September on 'GMTV' or sometime in the future."
Adrian went on to add that he will never watch 'The One Show' again, despite having worked on it alongside Christine for four years.
He explained to The Sun newspaper: "I've been telling everyone it's great over here at ITV.
"I must admit I'll never watch it. I did 'Working Lunch' for 13 years and moved on. I've never watched it. I can't bear to."
According to insiders, Christine - who is currently dating Chelsea and England footballer Frank Lampard - is the one thing Adrian misses about working at the BBC.
They said: "Adrian really wants Christine to follow him over to 'GMTV'. She is the one thing he misses at the BBC.
"Christine's contract is due for renewal in October, and the giant yearly offer is a huge raise from her current £100,000 salary at the BBC."