Vernon Kay Used To Be A Regular Visitor To Manchester Nightclub The Haienda

Vernon Kay
Vernon Kay
Vernon Kay
Vernon Kay
Vernon Kay
Vernon Kay


He began his television career presenting the BBC children’s programme FBi, a spin-off of Fully Booked. He attended St Joseph’s R.C. High School in Horwich, near Bolton, and then St John Rigby College in Orrell, near Wigan. He supports his hometown’s football club Bolton Wanderers. He used to be a regular visitor to Manchester nightclub The Ha├žienda. He presented Hit Me, Baby, One More Time which was broadcast on British television in 2005. in 2006, he presented alongside his wife Tess on the BBC One celebrity singing contest Just the Two of Us.

Tess Daly And Vernon Kay Do That Annoying Posey Couple Thing TESS

Vernon Kay
Vernon Kay
Vernon Kay
Vernon Kay
Vernon Kay
Vernon Kay


He also presented Boys and Girls, HeadJam, Celebrities Under Pressure and California Dreaming. He presented Hit Me, Baby, One More Time which was broadcast on British television in 2005. The series was then picked up by NBC for broadcast in the USA, which Kay also hosted. A revival of Family Fortunes began in 2006 with Kay as the host; the first episode was broadcast on 28 October 2006. in 2006, he hosted a segment on ITV’s coverage of The Prince’s Trust 30th Birthday Live and a special entitled Duet Impossible, featuring contemporary music stars performing with their deceased pop heroes via technical wizardry. Since April 2010, Kay and Caroline Flack have presented ITV1′s Saturday night game show The Whole 19 Yards.

Tess Daly and Vernon Kay do that annoying posey couple thing TESS Daly and Vernon Kay looked ever the happy couple as were they spotted post-posh meal in London yesterday. [link]