Strictly It Takes Two presenter Rylan, 32, has had an incredibly difficult summer after announcing back in June that he and husband Dan had split
Rylan Clark-Neal returned to Twitter for the first time in five months this evening with a cheeky tweet.
The presenter, 32, has had an incredibly difficult summer after announcing back in June that he and husband Dan had split.
Rylan had taken a social media break beforehand, sparking rumours as to the reason behind doing so.
He wrote: “So…. What did I miss?”
Fans were ecstatic that Rylan was back and quickly flocked to respond, with one writing: “So nice to see you back @Rylan You are such a needed face on our screens. All behind you when you appear with that glitter ball very soon! Take care xx.”
While another commented: “Your tweets make smile so much when knowing you going though a tough time yourself x.”
Olympian Sam Quek also tweeted: “Glad you’re back xx Looking forward to watching you do your thing tomorrow xx.”
It comes after Rylan returned to work at Radio 2 earlier this month, offering listeners a heartfelt message after 10 weeks away.
“It really is me. Welcome back to Rylan on Saturday,” he said as he played The Shapeshifters’ 2004 track, Lola’s Theme of which the lyrics include: I’m a Different Person.
Thanking the guest DJs who filled in for the former X Factor contestant, Rylan said: “You are listening to Rylan on Saturday and it is good to be back in the seat and a massive thank you to Vernon, to Gary, to Oti and to Cat Deeley for keeping this seat and my little baby lovely and warm.
“When we’re allowed I’ll give you all a big cuddle. Thank you so so much.
“Secondly a massive thank you to you, the lovely listeners and thank you for all your lovely messages.”
Rylan will also be gearing to return to Strictly It Takes Two as the launch show approaches this weekend.
This year, however, he will be joining former pro Janette Manrara, who is taking over from Zoe Ball, at the helm.
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