HomeArts & EntertainmentTV & ShowbizChris 'Pagey' Page announces he is leaving Triple M after 12 years

Chris ‘Pagey’ Page announces he is leaving Triple M after 12 years

Radio host Chris ‘Pagey’ Page announces he is leaving Triple M after 12 years: ‘It’s time for something new’

Triple M radio presenter Chris ‘Pagey’ Page has surprised listeners by announcing he will be leaving the station at the end of the year.

Speaking on Breakfast with MG, Jess & Pagey on Wednesday, the host said it was time for something different after more than a decade at the network.

‘Sometimes you can do the same thing for too long,’ he began.

Triple M radio presenter Chris ‘Pagey’ Page has surprised listeners by announcing he will be leaving the station at the end of the year 

He joked that his next role won’t require him getting up every day at 4am.

An emotional Pagey said he had formed close bonds with his colleagues at Triple M that would last a lifetime.

‘I love this radio station and all the people who work here. It’s a family,’ he said. 

The breakfast radio presenter (pictured with co-hosts Jess Eva, centre, and Mark Geyer, right) said it was time for something different after more than a decade at Triple M

The breakfast radio presenter (pictured with co-hosts Jess Eva, centre, and Mark Geyer, right) said it was time for something different after more than a decade at Triple M

Pagey co-hosts the station’s popular Triple M Breakfast With MG, Jess & Pagey show.

He has been going through some significant life changes in recent years.

Last year, he revealed he was finally sober after spending a month in a treatment facility for alcohol addiction.

Chris (Pictured with co-host Jess Eva, centre, and former colleague Lawrence Mooney, right) has worked on several popular Triple M programs over the years

Chris (Pictured with co-host Jess Eva, centre, and former colleague Lawrence Mooney, right) has worked on several popular Triple M programs over the years

He bravely explained his situation on air, saying he wanted to be honest with listeners about why he’d been absent from the show.

Page told his co-hosts he hoped speaking out would help eradicate the stigma surrounding rehab and addiction.

The radio anchor said there’s ‘nothing wrong’ with accepting when ‘something feels out of control’, and there’s always help available for people who need it.

Last year, Chris revealed he was finally sober after spending a month in a treatment facility for alcohol addiction

Last year, Chris revealed he was finally sober after spending a month in a treatment facility for alcohol addiction 

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