Paul O'Grady fans in tears as star makes TV return in Great Elephant Adventure

by 24britishtvApril 1, 2024, 8:40 a.m. 19
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PAUL O'Grady fans were left in in tears as the late personality made an emotional TV return.

Paul O'Grady sadly passed away in March 2023 at the age of 67 from sudden cardiac arrhythmia.

Before he died, the beloved TV presenter filmed a two-part nature series for ITV before his sad passing.

As the show hit screens a year after his death, droves of fans couldn't help but get emotional as they saw the star in his element.

Taking to X - formerly known as Twitter - one viewer wrote: "It’s great to see new stuff by the dearly missed Paul O’Grady his elephant 🐘 adventure series will be lovely We Miss You Paul 😥😥.

A second fan gushed: "Fantastic to see @ITV showing the wonderful #PaulOGrady #GreatElephantAdventure. Paul was so passionate about wildlife and you can clearly see he loved all animals and we loved Paul.

As a fourth emotionally noted: "Paul O'Grady passed away last year and tonight they're showing the last tv programme he filmed. He certainly had a passion for animals."

And a fifth fan added: "#Elephantadventure making me happy and sad, smile and cry all in one go."

It's clear from all his work that that Paul was passionate about wildlife and taking care of animals.

Aside from the world famous character of Lily Savage, he was also known for his documentary series, For The Love Of Dogs.

In the acclaimed documentary series, he was able to share his love for canines.

Now, the TV star got to show his love for elephants as he traveled to Chiang Mai in northern Thailand.

According to the programme's description, this area housed over half the country's thousands of domesticated elephants.

Paul explored the lives and situations of the 3,500 animals as he got up close and personal with the beautiful creatures.

But he also got his usual doggy fix when visited an doggy sanctuary that house over 600 disabled canines.

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