JEREMY Kyle has been asked to give evidence to MPs after a guest on his hit ITV show died.
Bosses cancelled the long-running programme following the death of a guest after he appeared on the show last month.
1 ITV axed The Jeremy Kyle Show over guest Stephen Dymond’s suspected suicideCredit: ITV
MPs on the Commons media and sport select committee have asked him to help with their probe into duty of care to reality TV contestants.
They will be speaking with ITV bosses on June 25, they revealed today.
Did the Jeremy Kyle show exercise a duty of care towards its participants? What are the wider issues brought up by reality TV and other shows like @LoveIsland? We’ll be questioning @ITV on Tuesday 25th June. We have also invited Jeremy Kyle to give evidence to our inquiry. pic.twitter.com/OShCWymuo1— Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee (@CommonsCMS) June 7, 2019
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