Hundreds queue for Jeremy Kyle Bristol book signing
His TV chat show is renowned for its finger-pointing, shouting and sometimes aggressive confrontations.
But although Jeremy Kyle brought two of the burly minders who help keep the peace on his controversial show to a book signing in Bristol yesterday, their services were not required as a crowd of fans gave him a warm reception.
Up to 200 fans queued at Borders bookshop on Queen's Road, Clifton, to meet the 43-year-old broadcaster as he signed copies of his book I'm Only Being Honest, where he gives his views on teenage pregnancy, crime and other social problems facing Britain today as well as discussing his own personal struggles.
The Jeremy Kyle Show has built up a daytime audience of about 1.5 million people who tune in to see families and couples air their problems with no-nonsense advice from the host. But it has been branded "a human form of bear baiting" by a judge after one guest head-butted a love rival during the show.
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Borders event supervisor Ed Austin said most of the fans queuing to meet Mr Kyle, who lived in Almondsbury in the late 1908s and early 90s, were students, particularly young women. Mr Austin said: "Everyone seemed to love him. He was very, very friendly and very chatty."