JEREMY Kyle Show expert Graham Stanier is still trying to help people – revealing he has signed up as an NHS volunteer.
The 62-year-old star was praised by fans after he revealed he's working as an NHS volunteer.
The star shared a snap of him smiling while wearing a in a high-visibility jacket.
He captioned the post: "Supporting people in the community during lockdown. Getting involved."
A number of fans flocked to applaud the star, with one writing: "That's brilliant, well done."
Another posted: "What a gentleman you are."
A third added: "Well done Graham. Stay safe."
Graham worked alongside the former host as the backstage and often offstage counsellor to the Jeremy Kyle guests.
The pair lost their jobs when the show was dropped back in 2019 after a guest died from an overdose.
They reunited on Christmas Day – seven months after their hit show was axed.
Graham was well known for helping out Jezza as he offered guidance to troubled guests shared a heartwarming photo with his old pal.
In one of the snaps, Jeremy looked smart in a shirt and trousers, as he carved their Christmas turkey.
In another, he put a friendly arm around Graham and his son Henry.
His followers immediately begged the pair to return to telly, as one person typed: "When will you be back"
Another said: "We miss you Jezza and Graham!!!"
The Sun exclusively revealed that the The Jeremy Kyle Show was being permanently axed by ITV following the death of Steven Dymond who died from an overdose.
Carolyn McCall, ITV’s CEO, announced: “Given the gravity of recent events we have decided to end production of The Jeremy Kyle Show.
“The Jeremy Kyle Show has had a loyal audience and has been made by a dedicated production team for 14 years, but now is the right time for the show to end."
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