Rylan Clark has been offered a year off work after breaking down during his BBC Radio 2 show.

The presenter started crying off-air last month during a song on his Saturday show.

A source told The Sun, the breakdown has prompted producers to call a crisis meeting after colleagues loaded the next song to allow the 32-year-old to compose himself.

This followed Rylan's return to work after an extended break to deal with his marriage.

BBC Bosses met Rylan's management to discuss how to handle the situation.

The source said: "Rylan's one of the BBC's favourite stars.

"When he returned to work everyone supported him but when he broke down people were concerned he’d come back too fast.

“One of the BBC’s top brass was at the meeting. They even suggested he take a year’s break to focus on himself.

"Ultimately, they want Rylan to feel supported and happy.”

When Rylan decided to return to Radio 2, they said: “Following some time away from his show, we’re delighted Rylan is back on air.”

The 32-year-old said at the time: “We are currently prioritising our mental health. I am working towards getting back to the jobs I love.”

Rylan Clark Neal recently asked the BBC to just call him Rylan after his relationship with Dan Neal, 41, ended earlier this year.

The couple tied the knot six years ago in June 2015.

When appearing on Strictly Come Dancing spin-off show It Takes Two, host Rylan was credited by just his first name, while co-host Janette Manrara was credited by her full name.

A Strictly source claimed: “He thought it was best to have a fresh start and the easiest way to do that was to go back to just one name.

“He didn’t want to make a big fuss – just to change it onscreen.”

The presenter has also deleted his last names from his Twitter account.

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