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Rylan Clark has ‘had enough bad vibes’ and plans more fun nights out after tough year

It Takes Two presenter Rylan Clark became a ‘hermit’ when the coronavirus pandemic hit and the world was asked to remain at home

Rylan Clark has ‘had enough bad vibes’ and plans more fun nights out after tough year

Rylan Clark is planning to have more fun nights out of the house as he has ‘had enough bad vibes’.

The It Takes Two presenter previously revealed he became a ‘hermit’ at home during the coronavirus pandemic.

But now, he wants to make the best of the newfound freedom by spending time with close friends and family.

“I’m a night in kind of guy, but I do need to start going out as I’m becoming a bit of a hermit,” he explained.

“My favourite night out is good food, good wine, good company and good vibes. I’ve had enough bad vibes – I think it’s time for some good ones,” Rylan added to OK!

The 33-year-old had spoken to Closer about how much he got used to staying in.

“I love a cosy night in, tracksuit on, lighting a candle with a glass of i heart Merlot wine, but recently I’ve got a little bit of an itch to start going out again,” he recently said.

The star has had a difficult few months as he and his ex-husband Dan Neal announced their split earlier this year after five years of marriage.

Rylan became a ‘hermit’


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The star has had enough of ‘bad vibes’



The presenter even dropped his usually hyphenated surname from the credits on BBC2’s It Takes Two.

During the time of their split, Rylan release a statement saying: “I have made a number of mistakes which I deeply regret and have inevitably led to the breakdown of our marriage.

“I have taken time away from work as I am not in a good place at the moment and am seeking help.”

He then took a few months off work and didn’t post on any of his social media.

After his return, Rylan had to respond to claims that the BBC offered him a year off work after he had a ‘breakdown’.

Rylan and Dan split earlier this year



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The BBC Radio 2 presenter reportedly worried his bosses after he started crying on air.

It was claimed by The Sun that Rylan’s coworkers ended up playing music so that he could have a moment to compose himself.

In response to the claims, the presenter took to his Instagram Stories to assure fans that he’s doing okay.

“Couple of news stories today. Be assured, I’m good. I wasn’t, but I am now x,” he wrote against a black background.

He has recently been spotted on more nights out, making up for the two years of coronavirus restrictions.

The star even joined Tinder but his account was later banned as people thought he was a ‘catfish’.

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