I feel terrible about Christine McGuinness being upset after appearing on my show, says Joel Dommett

THE Masked Singer UK host Joel Dommett has broken his silence on claims by Real Housewives of Cheshire star Christine McGuinness that she felt “bullied” on his ITV gameshow Hey Tracey!

Joel, 36, has insisted any comment was made in jest and that he personally reached out to her husband Top Gear’s Paddy McGuinness to check she was ok and praise her time on the show.

His comments come after Christine wrote in her new book that she was left “sobbing, upset and mortified” after being mocked during filming.

The blonde, 33, alleged a member of staff told her: “I've got no f***ing idea who you are. I don't care who you are."

”Speaking frankly, Joel said: “At the end of the day it is a comedy show. It was made in jest.

“I don't like anyone to feel like they went away from the show unhappy. No one expressed their concerns to me but I do like to make sure everyone is happy if they are on a show with me.

”The National Television Awards host added: “I hope she is ok. I am sure she is fine.

“I text Paddy afterwards and said that she did really really well which she did.


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“At the end of the day she did do well and I didn’t want her to feel like that.

I would never like anyone to feel like they are sad after a show of mine. Hopefully she will be.”

Christine made a series of appearances on Hey! Tracey between 2017 and 2020. 

It’s understood she rejected an offer to be a full time panellist.

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