Chris Evans 'not allowed' to do more TFI Friday
Chris Evans has confirmed he's "not allowed" to host any more 'TFI Friday' after the upcoming series because of his commitment to 'Top Gear'.
Chris Evans has confirmed the new series of 'TFI Friday' will be his last.
The BBC Radio 2 DJ brought the hit show back to life for a one off special earlier this year and is currently working on a full series but has admitted it will be his last because of his commitment to 'Top Gear'.
He said: "This is the long goodbye, I am not allowed to do any more 'TFI Friday."
Chris was announced as the new host of 'Top Gear' after presenter Jeremy Clarkson was sacked for punching a producer earlier this year and he's already counting down the days until it returns to TV.
Speaking at the Radio Times Festival, he joked: "'Top Gear' is not on until May, that's seven months, three days and 18 hours..."
However, the flame-haired presenter also claimed hosting the 'TFI' special earlier this year meant a lot to him.
He explained: "That was the happiest I have ever been on television. A lot of the time when we were doing 'TFI Friday' we were literally flying by the seat of our pants, it was hell to live through. With the [anniversary edition] of TFI we knew we had a golden programme to present, we were more relaxed so we could go and enjoy it."