Ok, so we were't sold on his chat show with his dad, but the thought of BBC3 going away forever, that's just horrible.
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Rumours began circulating on Tuesday night before being confirmed by the BBC yesterday.
Comedians, DJs and celebrity BBC3 fans are desperate to have people sign a petition and save the channel.
Jack Whitehall took to Twitter to speak out for all fledgling UK comedy acts and shows:
I really hope reports that the BBC may kill BBC3 are just rumours. There support of new comedy in particular is vital! #saveBBC3— Jack Whitehall (@jackwhitehall) March 4, 2014
When he's not out defending James Arthur, Greg James is getting exorcised about BBC3:
Such a load of balls if the rumours about BBC3 being axed are true.Genuinely brilliant new comedy + live music needs that platform #SaveBBC3— Greg James (@gregjames) March 4, 2014
To name just 3 out of many: There wouldn't have been a launchpad for Gavin and Stacy, Bad Education or Little Britain without it #SaveBBC3— Greg James (@gregjames) March 4, 2014
Little Britain star Matt Lucas was similarly devastated by the rumours, although unlike a lot of the British public, did not suggests sacking BBC4 instead.
Hearing horrible rumours about the possible closure of BBC3. This would be really bad for new comedy. Like, REALLY bad. #SaveBBC3— Matty Birthday (@RealMattLucas) March 4, 2014
Rick Edwards joined in the fight:
Dear BBC,— Rick Edwards (@rickedwards1) March 4, 2014
Please do not swing an axe into the back of BBC3's young head. You murdering old swines.
As did Nick Grimshaw:
What do you think? #SaveBBC3? @handbagcom
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