Rylan Clark-Neal's show to air 4 nights a week
Rylan Clark-Neal's new show 'Up Late With Rylan' will air four nights a week.
Rylan Clark-Neal's new chat show will air four nights a week.
The 'Big Brother's Bit on the Side' host - who shot to fame in 2012 when he tried his hand at singing on 'The X Factor' - will front 'Up Late With Rylan' from next month as he grills his well-known guests, spills the beans on juicy celebrity gossip and gets stuck into to mischievous boozy games on screen.
Speaking on 'This Morning' today (22.04.16), the presenter said: "We are going to be on four nights a week - there's not a chat show out there that goes on four nights a week in this country - and we record it literally an hour before it goes out on air, so it's live."
The 27-year-old funnyman is set to rival the likes of Alan Carr, Graham Norton and Jonathan Ross as his forthcoming show, which will be filmed on the evening of transmission from The Hospital Club in Central London, promises to be "truly topical" and packed full of social buzz and live music.
He explained: "I can't wait to get started and show you how much fun we're all going to have together. I can promise you it will be lively but light hearted, energetic and always entertaining."
'Up Late with Rylan' will hit screens from early May.