Friday, September 29, 2023

Former Soccer AM presenters Helen Chamberlain and Tim Lovejoy look totally different as they reunite for throwback picture and fans love it

Former Soccer AM presenters Tim Lovejoy and Helen Chamberlain have sent fans into a frenzy after recreating an old photo together.

The pair were the most popular duo to present the show, which was axed this year, overseeing it during its most popular phase.

This throwback Soccer AM photo summed up the pair’s hilarious on-screen chemistrySky Sports

Chamberlain and Lovejoy recreated the snap last weekendX:@SundayBrunchC4

Now, the two have reunited, looking understandably older and sporting different haircuts to those they rocked during the 90s and 2000s.

Lovejoy and Chamberlain were on the former’s Channel 4 show Sunday Brunch together last weekend, posing for a photo together as they recreated an old snap of them on the Soccer AM sofa.

Lovejoy had blonde highlighted hair and Chamberlain sported a classic late 90s, early 2000s fringe in the original snap.

This time around, Lovejoy boasted less hair and both stars wore slightly less bold, all black outfits, but nevertheless fans absolutely loved seeing them back together.

“Hope Helen can step in and co present with Tim Lovejoy when [Simon Rimmer] isn’t there. The chemistry is still there,” one replied to the picture posted on X.

Another fan said: “Loved today’s show. Helen should be on more. So good to see them both on telly together again.”

“Legends of telly,” a third added.

The pair presented the show together from 1997 to 2006, until Lovejoy left due to a pay dispute with the show.

Lovejoy and Chamberlain are synonymous with Soccer AM at its peakSky

Chamberlain went on to co-host with talkSPORT’s Andy Goldstein, Max Rushden and then John Fendley until her departure from the show in 2017.

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