Rylan Clark-Neal will present Xtra Factor again for right price
- Bang Showbiz
- 26 October 2016
Rylan Clark-Neal is adamant he'd only present the 'Xtra Factor' next year if he's offered millions of pounds
Rylan Clark-Neal would only agree to present the 'Xtra Factor' for another year if bosses offer him at least "a couple of million pounds."
The 28-year-old presenter is hosting this year's spin-off alongside Matt Edmondson but, despite the rave reviews they've received since they took over the show, the funny pair would only be persuaded to do another series next year if the price is right.
Speaking to The Sun Online, Rylan said: "Personally when I signed up to do 'Xtra Factor' I looked at it as a one year thing. We've both got our other jobs that we love and always will have hopefully. But we've both been looking at this as just a one season thing so wanted to enjoy it and take it for what it is and if we are going to go out we want to go out on a high. If they offer us a couple million then fuck it!"
But, even if they are dropped, Rylan isn't bothered as he's busy presenting his showbiz segment on 'This Morning' and fronting 'Big Brother's Bit on the Side'.
When quizzed if they'll be back on the ITV talent show next year, Rylan told the publication: "Nah, we don't care. We've got other jobs!"
The pair are determined to be as outrageous as they possibly can on this year's series as they're aiming to get sacked by bosses before they're replaced by someone else.
Rylan - who competed on the main show in 2012 - said: "We're very much knowledgeable that this is a one year thing so we're going to go out with a bang. We're actually aiming to get sacked before the end of the series. We're just going to enjoy it."
And the hilarious duo aren't holding back on their outrageous language either and have admitted the person in the box bleeping out their foul-mouthed words is struggling.
He said: "We've got Joycie in the box, I think we've got a one-second delay and we're going to get away with so much because she won't be able to keep up with that button."