Ben Shephard has expressed his opinion on an article written by the former Sky Sports presenter Chris Kamara that aimed to mock his Tipping Point host’s high height.
Ben Shephard, 47, has slammed Chris Kamara after the sports presenter slammed him after He posted a photo on Twitter of the duo alongside Dutch manager of football Jimmy Floyd. The pundit tweeted a picture of the trio sitting side-by-side while going to St George’s Park.
The tweet was distributed on the account of the blogger’s 1.8 million followers.
He told me: “Me & the tall man @benshephard have just bumped across Jimmy Floyd at St George’s Park where his team Burton Albion train.
The picture captured Ben smiling and standing before the camera with his athletic buddies.
However, the newscaster seemed to be on the top of a treadmill in order to get exactly the same level as two other presenters.
He wrote with humor, in reply his tweet Chris’s Twitter post “You didn’t have to shoot me with your feet!”
However, some of the fans have noticed other photo errors, too.
@Jonny_Wilkes posted: “Never mind the feet …is this a transparent top you’re wearing ?”
Ben responded in good humor and wrote: “Haha these pecs need airing! !”
Other people joked about Ben’s uninteresting appearance.
@MarcusFranks13 commented: “Ben it’s not a excellent appearance starting from your knees.”
This follows it was announced that Ben Chris and Chris collaborated to create Unbelievable!, a new BBC Sounds and BBC Radio 5 Live podcast.
They will be with the current players, legendary players of the sport, and certain celebrity fans too.
The two will provide hidden insights into the lives of the top athletes in the game.
Interviewing The BBC this morning, Chris said: “We are excited to launch the podcast and begin sharing the amazing stories of the show.
We’ve arranged for some genuine personalities to join us – individuals who have done everything in the game of football.
“We’ve been able to share a lot laughter so far, and we’ve discovered some tales that will delight the fans from all teams.”
Co-star Ben said: “It’s been great teaming together with Kammy once more to talk to some of the greatest legends, as well as some of the most engaging characters on the show.
“We’ve enjoyed a lot of enjoyment recording, and we’ve also gained some real insights into the life of a star player in football. We’re eager to launch the podcast and get fans engaged with the program.”