Jeremy Kyle shared kinds words about the late TV producer as an unseen picture of them partying emerged after her death.
Natasha Reddican, who worked on The Jeremy Kyle show for eight years, was found dead aged 31 by her boyfriend at his home in Greater Manchester on Thursday.
The talk show host paid tribute to Tash who he recognised as a "talented producer" and an "extremely popular part of our team".
As he paid tribute, a sweet picture of the presenter and the producer with the rest of the Jeremy Kyle Show team at the NTAs 2018 surfaced online.
The Jeremy Kyle Show team were dolled up to the nines for the glamorous night where they rubbed shoulders with the hottest TV stars of the moment.
Jeremy expressed his shock and sadness in the wake of Natasha's death on Friday.
He said in a statement: "I can scarcely believe this tragic news.
"Tash was such a talented producer, and an extremely popular part of our team.
"Of course my first thoughts are for her family and friends – my heart goes out to them at this impossibly sad and difficult time."
Jeremy has teased his comeback to the limelight after he went off radar for months.
The Jeremy Kyle Show was axed in May 2019 following the suicide of Steve Dymond .
Dymond died following a drug overdose after failing a lie detector test on the controversial chat show in 2019.
TV sources insisted Natasha wasn't involved in signing Dymond up to the Jeremy Kyle Show.
In a statement this evening, ITV said: “Our thoughts are with her family and all those who knew her. She was a producer on The Jeremy Kyle Show and left ITV eight months ago, in June 2019.
“As with all other former employees on the show she was offered support and counselling by ITV during the redundancy process and help in securing new employment.
“ITV arranged for a counsellor to be on site throughout the process to offer emotional support.
“Everyone also had access to the Employer Assistance Programme, which offers 24/7 counselling and emotional support.
“ITV also put in place training sessions designed to support people in securing their next roles.
“ITV also supports The Film and TV Charity, which has been set up to support those working within the industry, particularly freelancers, and helps fund its free, 24/7 support line offering confidential advice.”
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