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& # 39; She's not going anywhere! & # 39; - Ben Fordham (photo) has responded to claims that he would take over the guest role of Tracy Grimshaw in the current affairs show that helped her for 13 years

& # 39; She's not going anywhere! & # 39; Ben Fordham of 2 GB denies that he changes jobs with ACA host Tracy Grimshaw while he is her an & # 39; Australian institution & # 39; calls

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Ben Fordham has responded to claims that he will take over the guest role of Tracy Grimshaw in the current affairs show that she has helped for 13 years.

According to a report women's Day on Monday the father of two & # 39; was definitely the leader & # 39; for Tracy's A Current Affair hosting performance as she left, amid rumors she was planning to leave ACA and pursue a career in radio at 2 GB.

Ben, 42 – who has been working on 2 GB since 2011, spoke live on the radio on Tuesday and confirmed that he had called Tracy on Tuesday morning to discuss speculation.

& # 39; She's not going anywhere! & # 39; - Ben Fordham (photo) has responded to claims that he would take over the guest role of Tracy Grimshaw in the current affairs show that helped her for 13 years

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& # 39; She's not going anywhere! & # 39; – Ben Fordham (photo) has responded to claims that he would take over the guest role of Tracy Grimshaw in the current affairs show that helped her for 13 years

In a conversation with Fitzy and Wippa on Nova 96.9, the Ninja Warrior host revealed: & I am happy to confirm live on Nova. Tracy Grimshaw is an Australian institution. She's not going anywhere. & # 39;

Ben joined ACA in 1999 and has since contributed to 60 Minutes, Nine News and Today – sure to give him the credentials to take over.

According to the report, Tracy, 59, is said to have been engaged in top-level discussions to leave ACA in what is a & # 39; seamless & # 39; transition would be.

Making (radio) waves? There was an old A Current Affair host Tracy Grimshaw (photo) that may go to 2 GB on Monday. Ben was tipped to take over her role if she were to leave the current affairs show

Making (radio) waves? There was an old A Current Affair host Tracy Grimshaw (photo) that may go to 2 GB on Monday. Ben was tipped to take over her role if she were to leave the current affairs show

Making (radio) waves? There was an old A Current Affair host Tracy Grimshaw (photo) that may go to 2 GB on Monday. Ben was tipped to take over her role if she were to leave the current affairs show

A Nine & # 39; insider & # 39; the publication would have said: & # 39; It's all a bit of a crazy game of musical seats! But that happens on radio and TV when a big player goes further – it has a domino effect. & # 39;

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They continued: & # 39; And with Nine now in control of 2 GB, it makes these movements not only possible, but almost seamless. & # 39;

However, a spokesperson for Nine also denied claims to Daily Mail Australia on Monday.

When Nine merged with Fairfax last year, it inherited 54.4 percent of Macquarie Media, owners of 2 GB in Sydney, 3AW in Melbourne, 6PR in Perth and 4BC in Brisbane.

He got it: Ben joined ACA in 1999 and has since contributed to 60 Minutes, Nine News and Today - certainly because he gave him the credentials to take over

He got it: Ben joined ACA in 1999 and has since contributed to 60 Minutes, Nine News and Today - certainly because he gave him the credentials to take over

He got it: Ben joined ACA in 1999 and has since contributed to 60 Minutes, Nine News and Today – certainly because he gave him the credentials to take over

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Rumors of a radio rescheduling first came forward after 2-GB Alan Jones came under fire for making unworthy remarks about women.

Veteran radio presenter Alan, 78, recently put his foot in his mouth when he made shameful comments about New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, 39.

Jones was forced to apologize after telling Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison & # 39; to put a sock in her (Ardern & # 39; s) throat & # 39; on the issue of climate change.

Jones was told that he would be fired if he repeatedly made offensive remarks about Ardern.

State of shock jock: Veteran radio presenter Alan Jones (photo), 78, recently put his foot in his mouth when he made shameful comments about New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, 39

State of shock jock: Veteran radio presenter Alan Jones (photo), 78, recently put his foot in his mouth when he made shameful comments about New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, 39

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State of shock jock: Veteran radio presenter Alan Jones (photo), 78, recently put his foot in his mouth when he made shameful comments about New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, 39

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