Radio 1’s Chris Stark breaks down in tears and sobs as he hosts final show with Scott Mills | The Sun

RADIO 1’s Chris Stark was close to in tears as he hosted his final show with Scott Mills today.

The DJ, 35, joined the Scott Mills show, which airs Monday to Thursday between 1pm and 3.30pm, back in 2012.

The award-winning radio show first broadcast 18 years ago.

Before becoming a permanent member of the team Chris appeared on the show as Scott's pal.

Over the years viewers have loved listening to their show, which consists of music, talks and hilarious features such as Real or No Real, Innuendo Bingo and 24 Years at the Tap End.

On July 1 2022 it was revealed that Scott had quit Radio 1 to take over Steve Wright on Radio 2 in major radio shake-up.

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Meanwhile Chris will be joining Capital FM's breakfast show.

Today marked their last ever show together.

Right at the end Chris made a couple of shout outs to say thank you and went on to play his final song.

As he introduced the last tune, his voice started to crack.

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Chris said: "So I want to play a song,it's one of my favourites. Someone requested it on the 10 minute takeover this morning and dedicated it to me, which ironically out of everything today, was nearly the thing that made me ball my eyes out.

"Weirdly it will always remind me of my gran as well, she loved this.

"Anyone who knows me, I think they'll know what song it's going to be It was always going to be this. That's it.

"I just want to say thank you to Radio 1 for everything."

The Street's Dry Your Eyes started to play on air.

Chris will also have time to focus on presenting That Peter Crouch Podcast and The Pirate Ship, his food podcast with chef Tom Kerridge.

Scott joined the station in 1998 to front the 4-7am slot.

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