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Danniella Westbrook on the decision to axe Jeremy Kyle Show

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Danniella Westbrook on the decision to axe Jeremy Kyle Show

Danniella Westbrook on the decision to axe Jeremy Kyle Show

English actress Danniella Westbrook has said that ITV's decision to permanently cancel The Jeremy Kyle Show "marks a huge change in reality TV".

Westbook, who once featured on the show, thinks "the public are done with reality TV" and "it's time for the industry to change".

This comes after the show was axed following the death of a guest just a week after he appeared on the programme.

Report by Thomasl.

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