Inside the life of masked singer Jonathan Ross, famous TV presenter brother to put his daughter on a “toxic diet”


Jonathan Ross first stepped into the limelight when he hosted The Last Resort With Jonathan Ross in 1987.

Since then her career has taken off and has been in the entertainment business for years, interviewing some of the biggest stars in the world.

And now the TV presenter and comedian is back on our screens on the ITV hit show Masked Singer as a judge.

In the summer, he appeared on Channel 4 Celebrity Gogglebox alongside his 24-year-old daughter Honey Kinney, son Harvey Kirby, 27, and Honey’s boyfriend Zane Saz.

Who is Jonathan Ross?

Jonathan Ross, OBE, was born November 17, 1960 and raised in London.

He is a television and radio presenter, film critic, actor and comedian.

The 60-year-old is best known for hosting the BBC1 Friday Night With Jonathan Ross chat show in the 2000s and now hosts The Jonathan Ross on ITV.

The host tried his hand at being a judge, as he was on ITV’s four-person panel on The Masked Singer.

Jonathan’s famous siblings

Jonathan isn’t the only one in his family to break into the entertainment industry, his brothers have all made names for themselves.

His sibling careers include TV presenter Paul Ross, actor Miles Ross, TV producer Simon Ross, music industry professional Adam Ross and actress Liza Ross.

What TV and radio shows is Jonathan Ross famous for?

In addition to Friday Night With Jonathan Ross, the star has directed a number of hit shows, including her current series, ITV’s The Jonathan Ross Show, and The Masked Singer and The Masked Dancer.

He succeeded Barry Norman in the Film program in 2000.

Jonathan has also appeared on numerous quiz shows, including They Think It’s All Over and Don’t Ask Me, Ask Britain.

Jonathan Ros has directed a number of successful shows

He has appeared on Comic Relief and hosted the British Comedy Awards.

Jonathan has been in a number of commercials ranging from Kellogg’s Rice Krispies to The Sun. He also had his own show on Radio 2.

What is Jonathan Ross’ net worth?

Jonathan amassed a fortune during his time in the limelight.

It is estimated at £ 30million.

He was reportedly paid around £ 16million a year while working at the BBC and even once self-proclaimed he was ‘worth 1,000 BBC journalists’ at a time when many were made redundant.

Is Jonathan Ross married?

Jonathan is married to author, host and journalist Jane Goldman. The couple married in 1988 and have been married for 33 years.

The adoring couple have three children together – two daughters Betty Kitten, Honey Kinney and a son Harvey Kirby.

Jane has previously recalled how they met at an event as she debuted as an aspiring journalist in showbiz early in her own journalistic career.

At the time, she says Jonathan’s first show had only been airing for a few weeks.

Jonathan’s model girl antics

Jonathan’s 23-year-old daughter Honey Ross looks a lot like her famous father – she’s not afraid to be bold.

Honey has previously said that after a life of “toxic” diets her parents put on her, she is now living her best life as a plus-size model.

We regularly see her posing completely naked on her Instagram account in her very pink and girly bedroom.

The star has been known for years to talk about body positivity and appeared on Loose Women in August 2020 to talk about her toxic diets.

The prank calls row

One of Jonathan’s most explosive controversies came during an episode of The Russell Brand Show in 2008.

It aired on BBC Radio 2 on Saturday October 18 and is likely a date Jonathan will not forget.

During this episode, he saw comedian Russell Brand and Jonathan, who was the presenter at the time, play pranks on actor Andrew Sachs.

Russell-Brand and Jonathan-Ross

It sparked a lot of controversy after the couple Andrew did not respond, leading the couple to leave a series of rather offensive messages.

They received a lot of criticism and even then Prime Minister Gordon Brown criticized the couple’s actions.

Jonathan was suspended without pay for 12 weeks on October 30 and the BBC was fined £ 150,000 from Ofcom.

Embarrassing comment about Madonna’s adopted son

Jonathan had a pretty awkward moment with Madonna – during the British Comedy Awards presentation in 2006, the Queen of Pop took the stage to help the comedian perform a gong.

As she took the stage, Jonathan shouted, “Congratulations on your adorable little black baby David.”

Despite the awkwardness and subsequent criticism that followed, Madonna replied, “You could go home with a black eye.”

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