BBC Saturday Kitchen guest Michael Ball teases Matt Tebbutt its my show now

Michael Ball jokes Saturday Kitchen is ‘my show now’

Michael Ball has left host Matt Tebbutt fearing he’ll be out of a job after joking “this is my show now,” while appearing on Saturday Kitchen this morning.

The 61-year-old had the host and other guests in stitches when he made the funny remark while cooking together.

Matt, 49, asked the singer: “Do you still want to hang out?”

Michael responded: “That’s the point I was going to make, do we actually want to ask him back?”

The West End star then looked directly into the camera and joked: “On what is now my show.”

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The host and the other guests proceeded to hysterically laugh at the quip that Michael made.

Matt attempted to stop himself from laughing while reading the autocue for the next segment on the BBC show.

Fans took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to laud Michael’s appearance and for providing them with some much-needed humour.

An X user wrote: “#SaturdayKitchen Cracking programme today, well done #LoveAGoodLaugh.”

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A second person added: “@SaturdayKitchen @mrmichaelball Michael Ball is always a great guest, really hope he gets heaven, he’s so lovely.

“Great show today and lovely to see @knacheredmutha always a joy #SaturdayKitchen.”

A third user expressed: “Loving @mrmichaelball on #saturdaykitchen a real tonic.”

The actor was on the show to promote his brand new memoir Different Aspects, which details his life on stage and screen.

Michael took to his Instagram on October 12 to let his 93.2 thousand followers know that the book had officially been released.

He gushed: “It’s been a delight getting to walk down memory lane to write my first ever memoir and I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.”

Michael has starred in some of the biggest theatre productions, including Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera and The Rocky Horror Show.

He has also had an incredibly varied career in television, music and with presenting.

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