BBC axes Gogglebox star’s reality show after just one series with emotional message to fans

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THE BBC has axed a Gogglebox star’s reality show after just one series.

The broadcaster has closed down Scarlett Moffatt‘s Driving School on BBC One.

BBCThe BBC has axed a Gogglebox star’s reality show after just one series[/caption]

BBCThe broadcaster has closed down Scarlett Moffatt’s Driving School on BBC One[/caption]

GettyScarlett was previously mocked by Good Morning Britain’s Richard Madeley for her failed driving test attempts[/caption]

Scarlett, 33, attempt to pass her driving test after a whopping 14 failed attempts.

It launched last year – 25 years on from the original series made famous by Maureen Rees.

Scarlett is best known for her stints on I’m A Celebrity and Gogglebox.

Confirming the show had been canned, a spokesperson for the BBC told TVZone: “We’d like to thank Scarlett and the team for all the sound advice, drama, touching moments, emotion and fun the first series brought to the audience.”

Scarlett was previously mocked by Good Morning Britain’s Richard Madeley for her failed driving test attempts.

He told the star: “You have failed your driving test 13 times. Today you go for your 14th theoretical test.

“Why do you keep failing? Thirteen times is a heck of a lot of failures.”

Scarlett replied: “Yeah, I don’t know. If I knew that, I probably wouldn’t be failing, Richard.”

Meanwhile, one show that is returning for another series is crime drama Shetland.

Filming on the ninth series kicked off this month ahead of the latest episode airing.

BBCScarlett has failed her own driving test a whopping 14 times[/caption]

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