A FORMER guest on the Jeremy Kyle show is horrified the host is set to make a comeback next year.

The popular television host was booted off his slot on ITV, which had been running since 2005, after a guest on his show who failed a love-cheat lie detector test died in a suspected suicide.

But Kyle is now in the running to head a new show in 2020, The Sun reports.

The news has sparked outrage from Brighton resident Kane Manning who appeared on the show in 2014.

Kane said: “He has a bad reputation that can’t be rebuilt.

“He has caused so much drama throughout his years on that TV show.”

The 21-year-old was interviewed by Kyle about a family matter in which he believed a woman was lying about his brother being the father of her child.

The footage, which can be found online, shows Kyle grilling Kane about the situation and seemingly mocking his clothing as well.

The audience laughs loudly as Kyle questions Kane, who was 20 at the time.

At the time, Kane told The Argus the presenter should face consequences for his actions and the show should never air again.

He said: “Jeremy Kyle is vile, he’s a disgrace.”

Kane spoke out about his traumatic experiences following the death of Steven Dymond, 62, who was found dead following a suspected overdose.

The digger driver had failed a lie detector test on the show, after being accused of cheating on his then fiancée Jane.

Birmingham Live reported ITV chief executive Dame Carolyn McCall said the show used the company UK Lie Tests to carry out lie detector assessments and that it had told ITV its accuracy rate was above 90 per cent.

She added guests were always been advised that the tests cannot be guaranteed to be 100 per cent accurate.

Yet Brighton resident Sharon Brown has said she went on the controversial ITV programme because she was unhappy with how her daughter’s boyfriend was treating her – and claimed the experience made her a better person.

The 53-year-old, from Bevendean, said: “Jeremy was one of the nicest people I have ever met.

“People wanted him to be sacked and said the audience are horrible but he was lovely to me and the audience were fantastic.”