The One Show confirms two permanent presenters joining Alex Jones – and you're bound to recognise them

THE One Show have announced two permanent presenters will be joining Alex Jones – and you're bound to recognise them.

The BBC evening talk show has seen several guests host the show with Alex since her former co-host Matt Baker left the programme last year.

Two of those guests were Jermaine Jenas, 38, and Ronan Keating, 44, but now the pair have become the newest permanent additions to the presenting team.

Starting from Monday May 10, Jermaine will co-present with Alex Jones, 44, from Monday-Wednesday, with Ronan joining her on the sofa on Thursday and Friday each week.

The former Tottenham player said: “I’ve absolutely loved being a part of The One Show, Alex, the team and the viewers have made me feel so welcome and we’ve had a lot of fun already.

"I’m really looking forward to joining as a full time host alongside Ronan.”

Ronan added: ‘’I’m so delighted to officially be a part of The One Show family.

"It’s a show I’ve loved for many years as both a guest and a host and I can’t wait to get started alongside Alex, Jermaine and the wonderful team behind the scenes."

Alex, who has hosted the show since 2010, said she is excited to have Jermaine and Ronan on the show permanently.

“Presenting The One Show is such a special privilege, especially in the last year – I am proud of the role we’ve played in keeping the nation company through these difficult times," she shared.

"We’re so lucky to have an amazing family of talent on The One Show and I’ve really loved getting to know Jermaine and Ronan on the sofa, it’s so exciting that they will be my co-hosts all year round.”

Rob Unsworth, Editor of The One Show gushed: “We’re thrilled to have Ronan and Jermaine join us as the regular One Show hosts alongside Alex on the sofa.

"It’s an exciting new chapter for the show, and we’re looking forward to viewers getting to know a different side to such well-known faces.”

The One Show airs at 7pm each weekday evening on BBC One.

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