Yes sir, I will I boogie all evening lengthy! Vanessa Feltz dances her means out of ultimate BBC Radio 2 display

Vanessa Feltz took a last dance in the course of the many years as she bid an emotional farewell to her early chook listeners all through her ultimate BBC Radio 2 display this morning. 

The 60-year-old presenter, whose wage of greater than £400,000 makes her the BBC’s eighth-highest earner, introduced the day gone by she was once quitting her early morning breakfast display and Radio London display after just about twenty years on air.

Taking to Instagram, Ms Feltz shared main points of her closing early morning together with her social media fans, as she needed them a last 3.50am just right morning earlier than playing a last ‘dance in the course of the many years’ within the studio to 1977 Baccara hit ‘Yes Sir, I Can Boogie’. 

Ms Feltz mentioned she was once stepping right down to ‘compensate for deficit of attractiveness sleep’, and fellow Radio 2 broadcaster Zoe Ball mentioned that Ms Feltz might be ‘golden’ anyplace she is going subsequent.

Speaking after Ms Feltz introduced her departure the day gone by, the breakfast display presenter described her as ‘at all times glamorous and moderately in all probability the cleverest individual I do know’.

Ms Ball, 51, added: ‘I’m now not going to lie, we’re all in tears at Radio 2. She’s at all times been outrageous and the toughest running lass.

‘Wherever she is going subsequent, no matter she does, she might be golden at it and be very fortunate to have her. We will give her the bumps in the future.’

Fans have reacted to her ultimate display on-line, with one pronouncing the departure left her ‘so unhappy’, including: ‘For the previous 12 years she has completely brightened up my mornings’. 

She will do her ultimate BBC Radio London display on August 26, which she has historically introduced directly after her early morning display on Radio 2. 

It isn’t but recognized what Ms Feltz plans to do subsequent despite the fact that some on-line fanatics have recommended she may take in a job at TalkTV on CommunicateRadio. 

TalkTV declined to remark. 

Vanessa Feltz plays a last ‘a dance in the course of the many years’ to Yes Sir, I Can Boogie all through her ultimate Radio 2 early morning display

Rumours online suggest the presenter is tipped to become Jeremy Kyle's replacement on TalkRadio's drivetime show, as he leaves for a regular TV spot at the network

Rumours on-line recommend the presenter is tipped to change into Jeremy Kyle’s alternative on CommunicateRadio’s drivetime display, as he leaves for an ordinary TV spot on the community

Vanessa Feltz completed her final show on BBC Radio 2 for her devastated fans after announcing her shock exit from the corporation yesterday (July 28)

Vanessa Feltz finished her ultimate display on BBC Radio 2 for her devastated fanatics after saying her surprise go out from the company the day gone by (July 28)

Ms Feltz (left) said she had to step down 'to catch up on a much-needed decade's deficit of beauty sleep' and use her 'energy-boosting shut-eye' to 'frolic with her fiancé Ben Ofoedu (right) who 'irritatingly remains 10 years younger than me'

Ms Feltz (left) mentioned she needed to step down ‘to compensate for a much-needed decade’s deficit of attractiveness sleep’ and use her ‘energy-boosting shut-eye’ to ‘frolic together with her fiancé Ben Ofoedu (proper) who ‘irritatingly stays 10 years more youthful than me’

Posting on Instagram this morning, Vanessa bid her early birds a three.50am just right morning ‘for the closing time’.

She mentioned: ‘It’s the closing time I feel I’ll see you presently within the morning.

‘Gosh I’m feeling very combined feelings certainly, however I am hoping you could have a stupendous Friday morning. Big kiss.’

She additionally made an emotional good-bye to a member of group of workers outdoor of the Radio 2 construction.

Approaching the person, who was once dressed in a high-vis jacket, she mentioned: ‘This is our closing morning in combination you realize. Did you realize?’

The group of workers member replies that he did not know, and when Ms Feltz added it was once her closing morning on BBC Radio 2, he appeared visibly stunned, pronouncing: ‘You’re joking!’

Ms Feltz mentioned they have got met each unmarried morning as she gave him a tearful include. She gave him a card and bouquet of vegetation, telling him: ‘It brightens my day to look you’.

Her fanatics have been much less stunned, however similarly heartbroken via her departure on the finish of the display. 

They mentioned ‘Lady V’ had ‘brightened their early mornings’ and it was once the ‘finish of an generation.’

One wrote: ‘Farewell and thanks, Lady V. I’ll perpetually be one in every of your Early Birds.’ 

A 2d mentioned they have been left ‘an emotional ruin’ after the tip of Vanessa’s ultimate display, whilst different recommended she will have to be made a Dame. 

Ms Feltz bid her early bird fans farewell on her way up to the studio in a series of posts on social media

Ms Feltz bid her early chook fanatics farewell on her means as much as the studio in a chain of posts on social media

The staff member outside Feltz's studio had no idea today was her last show

The worker was visibly shocked by the news, as Ms Feltz said he had always 'brightened her day' and gave him a huge bouquet of flowers

She additionally made an emotional good-bye to a member of group of workers outdoor of the BBC construction, pronouncing: ‘This is our closing morning in combination you realize. Did you realize?’

Ms Feltz took to Instagram after the tip of her ultimate display, posting a photograph of her paying attention to Craig David’s Walking Away.

The clip performed the lyrics: ‘I’m strolling away, From the concerns in my lifestyles, I’m strolling away, Oh, to discover a higher day.’

She tagged singer Craig David and her former employer Radio 2 within the submit.

The 60-year-old presenter (pictured), whose salary of more than £400,000 makes her the BBC's eighth-highest earner, has quit her early morning breakfast show after nearly 20 years on air

The 60-year-old presenter (pictured), whose wage of greater than £400,000 makes her the BBC’s eighth-highest earner, has surrender her early morning breakfast display after just about twenty years on air

In an emotional observation the day gone by, Ms Feltz mentioned: ‘I’ve beloved each second with my Radio 2 ‘Early Birds’ and can omit my Lovely Listeners, Jolly Good Fellows and loved buddies and associates at Radio 2 with all my middle. 

‘However, after nearly 12 completely happy years, I now wish to step right down to compensate for a miles essential decade’s deficit of attractiveness sleep!

‘It’s been an honour and privilege to be the Breakfast voice of BBC Radio London for twenty years and despite the fact that I’m leaving the display, I’ll proceed to be expecting hugs from my beautiful listeners after I see them at the streets of London!

‘I can experience a dollop of energy-boosting shut-eye to swing from zip-lines with my 3 bubbling grandchildren and frolic with my fiancé Ben, who irritatingly stays 10 years more youthful than me!’

Discussing the superstar’s go out, Helen Thomas, Head of Radio 2, mentioned: ‘For nearly 12 years, Vanessa has made her are living weekday Early Breakfast Show her very personal kingdom, and I’d love to thank her wholeheartedly for the 1000’s of middle-of-the-night begins she’s made to entertain the Radio 2 listeners. 

Chris Burns, Controller Local Audio Commissioning, added: ‘Every weekday Vanessa has breezed directly from her Radio 2 programme into the Radio London breakfast display, slightly pausing for breath. 

‘She has without difficulty entertained her “beautiful listener” and sternly held town’s and nation’s choice makers to account. 

‘The brightest spark it’s essential to ever meet – regardless of how early it’s and what is going on within the information – to mention Vanessa’s voice might be overlooked is an underestimation. We want her neatly and thank her dearly for her improbable carrier.’ 

‘On behalf of them, in addition to everybody in Wogan House, I’d love to ship Lady V our perfect needs for the longer term.’ 

The broadcaster started presenting the Radio 2 Early Breakfast Show in January 2011, from 5am to six.30am, which was once prolonged to 4am from January 2021.

Ms Feltz will quilt for Jeremy Vine for 2 weeks as deliberate and bid farewell to Radio 2 listeners on Friday 26 August.

Radio 2 and BBC Radio London will announce their new respective morning schedules at a later date.

TalkTV and Vanessa Feltz’s control had been contacted for remark.

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