TV personality Rylan Clark and radio DJ Scott Mills were rescued by Merseyside Water Rescue after they had dinner and found themselves stuck on a boat during Eurovision pandemonium in Liverpool last night.
Speaking to his followers on Instagram, Rylan, 34, revealed that the duo went out for some late dinner and left the restaurant at the same time crowds were leaving the M&S Bank Arena.
After not being able to get a taxi, the former X Factor star was put on a boat by emergency services with pal Scott, however, they were unable to leave the dock.
Speaking to his Instagram the back of a car, kitted out in a high visibility jacket, Ryan said: “So basically there's been no cars.”
DJ Scott, 50, quickly interjected: “Well we did leave dinner at the exact time when everyone was leaving the arena.”
Rylan continued recalling the events of the evening: “We didn’t realise the arena was kicking out at that point, well done everyone. And then Merseyside Water Rescue has just come to our aid and they put us on a boat but we couldn't get out of the dock.
“So Merseyside Water Rescue has decided to take us back to our hotel, which I think is lovely and thank you for the high vis.”
The This Morning host later posted a group photo with Merseyside Water Rescue in matching high-vis jackets and penned: “Thanks to Merseyside Water Rescue for getting us home tonight. No cars….. you legends thanks for the hi vis x @merseysidewaterrescue.”
One adoring fan commented: “Who wouldn’t help you Rylan. I adore you you are a ray of sunshine”, while another wrote: “You are welcome in Liverpool anytime. Thanks for loving us.”
Scott Mills also shared the events of the night on his Instagram and posted a pic of Rylan posing and pouting in his hi-vis.
Scott wrote: "Water rescue but make it fashion".
Eurovision week will come to an end this evening as one act will be crowned the winner of Eurovision 2023 in tonight's show.
Rylan and Scott Mills will provide live commentary of the Grand Final on BBC Radio 2 tonight and Graham Norton, who has spent 13 years as a commentator for the song contest, will finally get his moment in the Eurovision spotlight.
The TV presenter will co-host the Grand Final tonight in Liverpool alongside actress Hannah Waddingham and singer and Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon.
20 amazing acts will perform tonight at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool. This includes the 10 acts from Tuesday’s round of semi-finals and 10 from Thursdays round. UK entrant Mae Muller will finally take to the stage to perform her track, I Wrote A Song.
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