Scott Tweedie announces he WON'T be leaving E! network despite both his shows being axed

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Scott Tweedie announces he WON'T be leaving E! network despite both his shows being axed

Scott Tweedie announces he WON'T be leaving E! network despite both his shows being axed - as he prepares for exciting new gig in LABy

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Scott Tweedie announces he WON’T be leaving E! network despite both his shows being axed – as he prepares for exciting new gig in LA

Scott Tweedie has revealed his next career move after his shows E! News and Pop of the Morning were axed this week. 

Speaking to TV Tonight on Thursday, the 32-year-old Australian presenter confirmed that he won’t be leaving the E! network despite his shows being boned. 

Instead, Scott revealed he will be making the move from New York to Los Angeles to take on a new role at the network.  

He'll be back! Scott Tweedie, 32, (pictured) has announced that he WON'T be leaving E! network despite both his shows being axed - as he prepares for an exciting new gig in LA

He’ll be back! Scott Tweedie, 32, (pictured) has announced that he WON’T be leaving E! network despite both his shows being axed – as he prepares for an exciting new gig in LA

Scott, a former Studio 10 presenter, moved to New York at the end of last year after scoring his dream job hosting E! News and Pop of the Morning with Lilliana Vazquez. 

However, on Wednesday, E! announced that both Scott’s shows had been axed.  

According to Variety, NBCUniversal (the parent company of E!) is looking to ‘streamline its programming and restructure internally,’ partly as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

It's all over! On Wednesday, it was announced that E! had axed both his programs, just months after Scott made the move to New York for the glittering gig

It’s all over! On Wednesday, it was announced that E! had axed both his programs, just months after Scott made the move to New York for the glittering gig 

A third program, In The Room, has also reportedly been boned as a result of NBCUniversal’s restructure.  

In May, Scott had proudly revealed to TV Tonight about how much he had achieved in five months after moving to the Big Apple. 

‘I’m getting some of my best work done. I’m getting more eyeballs onto the work I’m doing. It’s a very nice experience for me, at the moment,’ he declared at the time.

Tough times: According to Variety, NBCUniversal (the parent company of E!) is looking to 'streamline its programming and restructure internally,' partly as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. [L-R] Scott Tweedie, Victor Cruz and Lilliana Vazquez on Pop Of The Morning

Tough times: According to Variety, NBCUniversal (the parent company of E!) is looking to ‘streamline its programming and restructure internally,’ partly as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. [L-R] Scott Tweedie, Victor Cruz and Lilliana Vazquez on Pop Of The Morning

'I'm getting some of my best work done': In May, Scott had proudly boasted to TV Tonight about how much he had achieved in five months after moving to the Big Apple

‘I’m getting some of my best work done’: In May, Scott had proudly boasted to TV Tonight about how much he had achieved in five months after moving to the Big Apple

Scott made his debut on Australian screens in 2009 when he hosted ABC children’s show Prank Patrol. 

After leaving the show in 2013, he joined Channel 10 music video show The Loop and co-hosted Liv Phyland, until resigning from the program in November 2019.

After announcing his departure, Scott proudly told 10 Daily that he was headed for bigger and better things.  

‘Ten has given me so many awesome opportunities, and now it’s time to take a big step into something new,’ he said.   

New gig! Scott moved to New York back in December for his new role as a presenter on E! in the US

New gig! Scott moved to New York back in December for his new role as a presenter on E! in the US

What a journey: In 2012, Scott joined Channel 10 music video show The Loop alongside co-host Liv Phyland (pictured together), before resigning from the program in November 2019

What a journey: In 2012, Scott joined Channel 10 music video show The Loop alongside co-host Liv Phyland (pictured together), before resigning from the program in November 2019

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