Alex Jones missing from The One Show in yet another BBC presenter shake-up | The Sun

ALEX Jones was absent from The One Show again in another BBC presenter reshuffle.

The 46-year-old has been hosting the show since 2010 – and usually, presents alongside her co-presenter Roman Kemp Monday to Friday.

But, on Tuesday's episode of the BBC programme, the Welsh host was missing again on the famous red sofa.

Alex was instead replaced by another TV favourite, – Lauren Laverne.

The radio DJ looked stunning in a leopard shirt dress and green flat heeled shoes.

It comes after Nick Grimshaw couldn't resist a joking swipe at Alex after she was replaced on the BBC evening show.

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Former BBC Radio 1 star Nick was appearing on the magazine programme to chat about his latest venture, a new podcast entitled Dish.

In a show mix-up, Alex was axed from the programme in favour of Emma Willis and Alex Scott.

The timing of Alex's absence was unfortunate as Nick was around on the BBC One show to discuss Alex's guest appearance on his podcast which led to him referring to Alex as a "nutter" behind the scenes.

Before making the savage comment, a clip from Alex's episode was broadcast with chef Angela Hartnett also present to discuss everything from food to lifestyle.

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In a rather unfortunate moment, Alex made an epic blunder where she appeared to not know what the ingredient baking powder was or what it did.

Alex asked Nick and Angela:  "What's the powder that makes it rise?"

Angela shot back: "Baking powder."

Amid a flurry of laughter, the chef added: "The clue is in the name."

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