BBC snooker pundit Reanne Evans was kicked out of the studio after her ex complained she was distracting him forward of his World Championships match
- Mark Allen requested Reanne Evans depart practise space for being a ‘distraction’
- Reanne, 35, had been prepping to go reside when Allen lodged his request
- Evans finally agreed to go away however was reported to have been ’embarrassed’
Snooker pundit Reanne Evans, 35, (pictured) was informed to go away the studio on the World Championships by BBC chiefs on April 20 after her ex, who was set to play, labelled her a distraction
A snooker pundit was informed to go away the studio by BBC chiefs after her ex, who was set to play, labelled her a distraction.
Reanne Evans, 35, was set to hitch a reside dialogue on the World Championships earlier than being hooked on April 20.
The BBC studio was subsequent to the apply space, the place her ex, Mark Allen, had been getting ready for his upcoming match towards China‘s Lyu Haotian.
Presenter Radzi Chinyanganya and Evans, who’s the ladies’s world snooker champion, had been getting ready for the beginning of the present when world no 13 Allen complained that Evans was a ‘distraction’, The Sun experiences.
After a dialogue between World Snooker Tour officers and her producers, Evans agreed to go away.
The BBC stated: ‘For the sake of ten minutes, Reanne left the gamers’ apply room so Mark Allen may practise earlier than his match with out distraction upon his request.’
The broadcaster additionally stated that Evans’ broadcast commitments had not been affected by the incident.
File 12-times girls’s world champion Evans, who’s presently battling Allen for upkeep for his or her 14-year-old daughter, was reported to have been ’embarrassed’.
Talking about his plea for Evans to go away, Allen stated that there had been a number of circumstances of different gamers asking officers for individuals to be eliminated whereas they had been practising.
Allen (pictured) stated afterwards that there had been a number of examples of different gamers requesting for individuals to go away whereas they had been practising
‘I am unsure why there’s a fuss about this one,’ he added.
MailOnline has approached the World Snooker Tour (WST) for remark.
Mark Allen was knocked out of the competitors on Monday after being crushed by Mark Selby.
Following his defeat, Allen stated he’s planning on having ‘a little bit of break’ from snooker to be able to tackle some private points, the BBC experiences.
Talking after his defeat, Allen stated: ‘There’s quite a few issues occurring off the desk which I would fairly not discuss.
‘I’ll come again however I am unable to see me coming again any time quickly.’
He added that it’s tough to compete towards one of the best on this planet with out having a transparent head to concentrate on his recreation.