Weltnachrichten – AU – Rebecca Judd talks about her departure from KIIS FM’s 3pm pickup

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Posted: 05:33 GMT, Jan.. November 2020 | Updated: 05:47 GMT, Nov.. November 2020

Rebecca Judd has finished KIIS FM’s 3pm pick-up radio show after three years on the show.

AFL WAG shared a short clip in its Instagram stories in which it described in detail its difficult decision.

It’s Over: Rebecca Judd announced that her decision to end KIIS FM’s 3pm pick-up radio show was a « family decision »

« It wasn’t an easy decision, but I’ve sat on it for months, it’s a family decision, » she said.

‘My husband has walked away from his radio concert for next year too and it’s just a result of us reevaluating our lives and what’s important to us as a family next year. ‘

In the episode from Monday at 3 p.m., she further stated that she and Chris want to spend more time with their children as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Family time: She subsequently stated at 3 p.m. on Monday that she and her husband Chris would like to spend more time with their children due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Rebecca and her husband, retired AFL star Chris Judd, share four children, nine-year-old son Oscar, six-year-old daughter Billie, and four-year-old twins Tom and Darcy.

« This year taught us that we just want to take a step back and really don’t have those weekly commitments, » she said.

‘I have such a young family and my twins start school, not next year but the year after, so I have another year with them and we really want to do something as a family for most of those golden years. ‘


However, Rebecca hinted that her departure from radio may not be permanent, adding, “It might not be forever. ‘

At home: The TV presenter and her husband, retired AFL star Chris Judd, share four children, nine-year-old son Oscar, six-year-old daughter Billie, and four-year-old twins Tom and Darcy (all pictured)

Rebecca will be replaced by comedian Kate Langbroek in the afternoon of 2021, the Australian Radio Network confirmed on Monday.

Rebecca had hosted the daily radio program next to Monty two days a week, while Yumi sat in her chair the other three days.

Familiar face: Rebecca will be replaced by comedian Kate Langbroek in the afternoon in 2021, the Australian radio station confirmed on Monday

Duncan Campbell, ARN’s chief content officer, said of Rebecca’s decision to end the show: ‘Bec Judd did a fantastic job with the 3pm pickup.

‘We’ll miss the engaging conversation, real life anecdotes, and the fun she brought to the show, but we wish her all the best in her next endeavor. ‘

An ARN spokeswoman said Rebecca was leaving the show because she wanted to « take a break from the media in the New Year ». .

End of an era: Rebecca has hosted the daily radio program alongside Katie ‘Monty’ Dimond (left) and Yumi Stynes ​​(right) since 2017

The new line-up marks a return to ARN for Kate, who previously hosted KIIS FM’s Hughesy and Kate Drive Show with Dave Hughes from 2015-2017.

She took a break from the limelight last year after moving to Italy with her family but will be returning to Melbourne in January.

« After our family adventures in Italy, I look forward to returning to great Australia – and ARN – and speaking my mother tongue: radio, » said Kate.

Well done: The mother of four was a listener favorite and was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards in 2017.

Rebecca and Yumi came to KIIS FM’s 3pm pickup in 2017, replacing Monty’s former co-host Meshel Laurie.

The mother of four quickly became a listener favorite and was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards in 2017.

In addition to her radio career, Rebecca worked for Channel Nine for nearly a decade.

Experienced: In addition to her radio career, Rebecca worked for Channel Nine for nearly a decade. She was named host of the Victorian travel program Postcards in 2011 and joined Nine News Melbourne three years later as a weather presenter.

She was named the host of the Victorian travel program Postcards in 2011 and joined Nine News Melbourne three years later as a weather presenter.

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