Denise Van Outen ‘in talks with Chris Evans to resurrect The Big Breakfast’

Denise Van Outen has teased that she is in secret talks with Chris Evans to revive madcap morning entertainment show The Big Breakfast.

The 46-year-old television presenter was a host of the weekday morning show from 1997 to 1998 and later between 2000 and 2001.

The Big Breakfast was created by TV producer Charlie Parsons and launched in September 1992 – with 54-year-old Chris co-hosting the show with 56-year-old Gaby Roslin – and ran until March 2002.

Next year, a one-off special episode is set to air hosted by comedian Mo Gilligan and kicking off a day of programming on Channel 4 which will see classic shows helmed by black presenters and talent.

Australian actor Mark Little, of Neighbours fame, was another star to present the show, while The Big Breakfast also gave the world loveable alien puppets Zig and Zag.

Earlier this year Big Breakfast fans were thrown into a frenzy of excitement when the iconic 2 Lock Keepers’ Cottages came on the market – for a cool £5.75 million.

The six-bedroom, six-bathroom property came on the market in October and is still on the books of Blake Stanley estate agents in Hackney, and is located near the Olympic village in Stratford.

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