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Strictly the Real Full Monty: Martin Roberts gets emotional
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Martin Roberts, 58, took part in Strictly: The Real Full Monty on ITV earlier this week in order to raise awareness for life saving cancer checks. In response to this, Lucy Alexander, 51, hinted at taking part in a naked calendar with her old Homes Under the Hammer co-star.
Not much else going on tbh…
Martin took to Twitter yesterday in view of his 27,900 Twitter followers to post a photo of himself and other celebrities doing the ITV Full Monty show.
He captioned the image: “What a night! After two months of trials and tribulations THAT HAT came OFF.
“Thanks for all your lovely messages.They mean so much.
“Hope u enjoyed the show and that it helped if you or anyone you love is touched by cancer. And that it encourages you to get yourself checked out xx.” (sic)
In response Lucy penned: “I loved it.”
Fan Colin Dean then said to Lucy: “Lucy you should do a calendar with Martin.X.”
In response Martin laughed: “You up for it Lucy?”
To which Lucy replied: “Not much else going on tbh…” (sic)
Lucy co-presented Homes Under the Hammer with Martin from its launch in 2003.
She, however, left the show in 2016 to pursue different opportunities, posting her reasons for leaving the show on Twitter back in June 2016.
Lucy penned: “It is with a huge heavy heart I’m stepping down, it’s not the outcome I wanted but to pursue other work and a commercial deal I had to leave.
“I will miss my TV husband @TVMartinRoberts hugely. We have had 13 happy years together. Time to move on though xx.”
Homes Under the Hammer now currently have five hosts Dion Dublin, Jacqui Joseph, Tommy Walsh, Martel Maxwell and Martin.
The series, which airs on daytime television, sees a host of experts help auction buyers get the most from their opportunities and often showcases the incredible transformations.
Answering a fan on why Lucy is not on the show anymore in 2020, Mark responded on Twitter: “Lucy left to pursue other opportunities but like you I miss her, and who knows what will happen in the future?”
Since she left the show, Lucy has had a number of presenting jobs, first taking on a five part BBC documentary series Matron, Medicine and Me: 70 Years of the NHS in July 2016.
In the show she explored the current and historical medical treatment of patients with disabilities in the UK and leaned on her own experience of the NHS after her daughter was diagnosed with transverse myelitis.
In 2017 she appeared in Channel 4’s Tried and Tasted: The Ultimate Shopping List.
She also began presenting the daytime show Best of Both Worlds on Channel 4 from 2017 replacing Kirstie Allsopp.
She also co-presented Lost and Found on Channel 4 in 2017 with Simon O’Brien.
You can watch Homes Under The Hammer on weekdays at 10am and Sundays at 10.30am on BBC One.
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