Who was Joe Lyons? Roman Kemp’s friend and world radio producer
ROMAN Kemp spoke of his devastatoration upon the death of one of his good friends.
The 27-year-old radio star paid tribute to boyfriend Joe Lyons on his Capital Breakfast Show.
Who was Joe Lyons?
Jow worked as a producer on the Capital Breakfast Show, alongside his best friend Roman.
Roman revealed he was “passed away very suddenly” on August 4, 2020.
Joe’s cause of death has not been disclosed.
He was a highly regarded member of the Capital FM team, often referred to as producer Joe.
What did Roman Kemp say about Joe Lyons?
On August 10, 2020, Roman opened up about his “best friend” Joe.
Stifling, a moved Romain said: “We wanted to share some really sad news. I never thought I would have to do this someday.
“Last Tuesday, very suddenly, we lost one of our best friends. Our producer Joe, he was a member of the Capital Breakfast family.
“We’re trying to deal with it all together. We wanted to share this news with you.
He continued, “Joe had worked for Global, the parent company, for nine years.
“He was the very first person I met when I walked through the door. I remember thinking he was a bit of a Del Boy.
“He was with me from my very first show. He taught me everything I didn’t know about sitting in a radio studio without him.”
After Roman paid his emotional tribute to his friend, he went to have a tattoo in memory of him.
Who else paid tribute to Joe Lyons?
Roman’s mother, Shirlie Kemp, paid tribute to Joe on her latest Instagram post, shared on June 20, 2020.
She wrote, “God bless you Joe …. you were and always will be loved so much.”
Joe’s friend and Capital Breakfast presenter Vick Hope also shared her grief.
Sharing a series of photos of them, she wrote: “Our Joe. My JoeJoe. My special, magical and beautiful friend.
“We signed every message with ‘I love you, mate’, and yet I’m afraid I haven’t said enough to you yet.
“Look at everything you’ve done, Joe. Everything you’ve achieved, what you’ve built, who you’ve inspired …”
She finished: “We never wanted the party to end, and I don’t believe this one was over either; I’ll just see you at the after party. Until then, I love you, my mate.