RYLAN has insisted the “tide is turning” for unnamed two-faced TV stars.
The 34-year-old presenter – who appears on BBC Radio 2 and appears on This Morning on Fridays – didn’t give any names but said viewers can “see through” anyone they perceive to be fake.
He said: “People can see through it all now.”
“People can see who are the real ones and can very much see who isn’t.”
He noted he has always tried to be nice to people during time on television, which he claims is “starting to pay off”.
He added: “I’ve been in this industry for nearly 11 years, and all I’ve ever been is nice and polite to people.
“And that’s starting to pay off for me now, because there are people in this industry who aren’t like that.
“They think they’re something special. And the walls are starting to fall.”
Rylan – who found fame on The X Factor recently admitted he will be on his “best behaviour” for the Eurovision Song Contest – which is currently taking place in Liverpool leading to this weekend’s grand final – after previously enjoying flirting with the locals last year in Italy.
Admitting that there’s more chance of him being recognised in Liverpool, he told Daily Star Sunday: “I can’t go s******* it about – I’ve got to be on my best behaviour. I’ll be pining for the nights out I usually have. But I’ll still go out.”
He pulled out of covering the annual competition for the BBC in 2021 because he was so devastated after his split from Dan Neal.
However, flying out to Italy in 2022 was exactly what he needed to feel back to himself again.
He added: “Last year I needed to get away from the UK and the Eurovision bubble was perfect for that.
“It was what I needed on a personal level. Being there was a full circle moment for me. It was like, ‘I’m back, I’m ready to go’.
“That’s why Eurovision is so important to me. If you cut me open, it’s there.”
Eurovision – “Everyone’s A Winner” airs on BBC1 on Friday night at 7.30pm and the Grand Finale LIVE from Liverpool airs on BBC1 and iPlayer Saturday at 8pm.