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Could Marty Sheargold be moving to Triple M? Radio star sparks rumours after leaving Nova - healthyfrog

Could Marty Sheargold be moving to Triple M? Radio star sparks rumours after leaving Nova

Could Marty Sheargold be moving to Triple M? Radio star sparks rumours he’ll be heading to station’s breakfast show after leaving Nova

He’s just wrapped up his time at Nova, after announcing in July that he was leaving the station. 

And now Marty Sheargold has sparked rumours that he might be heading to Triple M. 

According to The Herald Sun, industry whispers are suggesting that the 49-year-old could be joining the Hot Breakfast show next year, which is hosted by Eddie McGuire and Luke Darcy. 

Could Marty Sheargold be moving to Triple M? Radio star (pictured) sparks rumours he’ll be heading to station’s breakfast show after leaving Nova

The publication reports that the two hosts will have contract talks later this year. 

Marty broadcast his final show for Nova on Friday and has been replaced on the drive show by comedian Joel Creasey, 30. 

Marty shocked fans in July when he announced he was leaving his Nova national drive show, Kate, Tim and Marty.

New gig? According to The Herald Sun, industry whispers are suggesting that the 49-year-old could be joining the Hot Breakfast show next year, which is hosted by Eddie McGuire (pictured) and Luke Darcy

New gig? According to The Herald Sun, industry whispers are suggesting that the 49-year-old could be joining the Hot Breakfast show next year, which is hosted by Eddie McGuire (pictured) and Luke Darcy

New talent: Marty broadcast his final show for Nova on Friday and has been replaced on the drive show by comedian Joel Creasey, 30 (pictured)

New talent: Marty broadcast his final show for Nova on Friday and has been replaced on the drive show by comedian Joel Creasey, 30 (pictured)

During the announcement, he explained to his co-hosts Kate Ritchie and Tim Blackwell that he ‘spent the last ‘four or five months tossing up’ what to do in 2021.

‘Kate, Tim and Marty will no longer feature Marty at the end of the day,’ he said on-air. ‘Thank you to the network for having me, putting up with me.

‘Over the last four or five months I’ve been tossing up what I’d like to do in 2021, and what I’ve decided to do is leave the show,’ he added. 

Gone: Marty shocked fans in July when he announced he was leaving his Nova national drive show, Kate, Tim and Marty. Pictured with his co-hosts

Gone: Marty shocked fans in July when he announced he was leaving his Nova national drive show, Kate, Tim and Marty. Pictured with his co-hosts

In an official statement, Marty thanked his co-hosts for their support in his decision.

‘I’ve had a fantastic 10 years with the Nova Network, having worked with buildings full of talented and dynamic people,’ he said.

‘I’d like to thank Tim and Kate for their support of my decision and wish them continued success with the show.

‘Now feels like the right time for me professionally to keep challenging myself and to embrace future opportunities with renewed vigour and enthusiasm.’

While he’s yet to reveal his next move, Radio Today understands a podcast and a return to his comedic roots may be on the cards.  

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Triple M for comment, in relation to this story. 

'I've had a fantastic ten years with Nova': In an official statement, Marty thanked his co-hosts for their support in his decision

‘I’ve had a fantastic ten years with Nova’: In an official statement, Marty thanked his co-hosts for their support in his decision