Grant Denyer addresses Dancing with the Stars getting axed – but hints that the show could be back

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He’s the affable television personality who has had his fair share of shows getting cancelled over the years.

So when it came time for Grant Denyer to speak out about his latest program, Dancing with the Stars being axed, the TV host says he wasn’t surprised. 

‘It’s what happens in television,’ the 43-year-old told The Daily Telegraph on Sunday. 

Speaking up: Grant Denyer (pictured) has addressed the cancellation of Dancing with the Stars, while hinting that the show could return to the airwaves

Speaking up: Grant Denyer (pictured) has addressed the cancellation of Dancing with the Stars, while hinting that the show could return to the airwaves

‘The only gigs that are a certainty is reading the news or hosting a morning breakfast show,’ he continued.

‘They’re the only bolted-on industry jobs; for the rest of us, shows come and go. It’s just the nature of the beast.’

Grant explained that he feels shows like Family Feud, Dancing with the Stars are ‘cyclical’ and will ‘no doubt come back somewhere else further down the track’.

Happens! 'It's what happens in television,' the 43-year-old told The Daily Telegraph on Sunday. 'The only gigs that are a certainty is reading the news or hosting a morning breakfast show.  They're the only bolted-on industry jobs; for the rest of us, shows come and go'

Happens! ‘It’s what happens in television,’ the 43-year-old told The Daily Telegraph on Sunday. ‘The only gigs that are a certainty is reading the news or hosting a morning breakfast show.  They’re the only bolted-on industry jobs; for the rest of us, shows come and go’

Dancing with the Stars, which Grant hosted alongside Amanda Keller, was axed by Channel 10 last month. 

‘We have decided to hang up our dancing shoes, lycra pants and sequined jackets for the time being,’ a network spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia. 

‘We would like to express our sincere thanks and gratitude to all those involved in the show, in particular Amanda Keller and Grant Denyer, who were fabulous hosts, as well as all the judges, dancers, the stars and of course the crew.’

Gone: Dancing with the Stars, which Grant hosted alongside Amanda Keller (left) was axed by Channel 10 last month

Gone: Dancing with the Stars, which Grant hosted alongside Amanda Keller (left) was axed by Channel 10 last month

Could be back: Grant explained that he feels shows like Family Feud, Dancing with the Stars are 'cyclical' and will 'no doubt come back somewhere else further down the track'

Could be back: Grant explained that he feels shows like Family Feud, Dancing with the Stars are ‘cyclical’ and will ‘no doubt come back somewhere else further down the track’

Grant’s presenting career took off on Channel Seven. He was the weatherman for breakfast show Sunrise from 2004 to 2013. 

In 2014, he signed with Network 10 and hosted a series of shows, including Family Feud, The Great Australian Spelling Bee, Game of Games and Dancing with the Stars.

Aside from his TV career, Grant has recently launched a podcast called It’s All True? with his wife, former Sunrise producer Chezzi.

The couple share two daughters, Sailor, eight, and Scout, four, and are expecting their third child early next year.

Growing family: Aside from his TV career, Grant has recently launched a podcast called It's All True? with his wife, former Sunrise producer Chezzi. The couple share two daughters, Sailor, eight, and Scout, four, and are expecting their third child early next year. All pictured

Growing family: Aside from his TV career, Grant has recently launched a podcast called It’s All True? with his wife, former Sunrise producer Chezzi. The couple share two daughters, Sailor, eight, and Scout, four, and are expecting their third child early next year. All pictured 

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