Nick has been internet hosting the present alongside Rachel Riley and Susie Dent (Image: Channel 4)
Countdown presenter Nick Hewer has introduced plans to quit the Channel 4 show after 10 years, however Rachel Riley is set to have a bit enjoyable earlier than he goes.
Rachel responded to the presenter’s leaving announcement by saying she plans to ‘slip in’ just a few easter eggs for followers earlier than Nick’s time on the present is up.
It comes after Nick launched an announcement saying: ‘Delighted to be again within the Countdown studio after one other enforced lockdown, BUT this newest lockdown has given me a possibility to think about my future life and I’ve determined it’s a very good time to step down on the finish of my contract within the New 12 months.’
He added: ‘As somebody in his 77th 12 months, who might be in his tenth 12 months internet hosting the good British establishment that’s Countdown, I feel it’s time to scent the flowers and get a canine.’
Rachel was fast to answer to the message, hinting on the cheeky plans she had for the presenter.
She wrote: ‘Proper, time to get a bingo listing of issues it’s worthwhile to slip into the present when you’re internet hosting.’
Rachel Riley has co-presented Countdown since 2009 (Image: Roy Rochlin/Getty Photos)
Nick joined the present again in 2012 (Image: AMY BRAMMALL)
Followers ought to preserve a detailed eye out over the approaching weeks – there are positive to be just a few surprises alongside the best way if Rachel’s message is something to go by.
Followers have been speculating on who may be a part of Rachel and Susie Dent on the daytime programme as the new host, and some names have emerged as early favourites.
The bookies favorite to take over from Nick on Countdown is at the moment Paul O’Grady. This Morning presenter Eamonn Holmes can be in rivalry, simply days after it was confirmed that he and his spouse Ruth Langsford have been changed by Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary on the ITV present.
Nick has offered Countdown since taking on from Jeff Stelling. Colin Murray lately hosted the episodes that have been filmed in the course of the second lockdown.
Countdown airs weekdays at 2.10pm on Channel 4.