Dale Winton Sparks Concern From Viewers After ‘Uncomfortable' Return To ‘The National Lottery: In It To Win It'

Dale Winton was back on hosting duties on ‘The National Lottery: In It To Win It’ on Saturday night, but his return to the BBC show had many viewers raising their concerns for the host.

Worried viewers took to Twitter after the 59-year-old presenter appeared to stumble over his words, with others voicing their concerns that he didn’t ‘look well’.

Viewers took to Twitter to say Dale 'didn't look himself'

Such was the level of concern, that ‘Dale Winton’ started trending on the social media site.

Even former Radio 1 Breakfast Show host Chris Moyles tweeted asking if Dale was ok.

"Is Dale Winton ok? Hope so cos he's such a lovely cheeky scamp of a man.(sic)," Chris tweeted.

Fellow presenter Anna Richardson also expressed her concern, tweeting: "Gosh...I hope #DaleWinton is ok on #InItToWinIt. He looks very very uncomfortable. Anyone else noticing this?

And other viewers of the show agreed...

Dale was last seen presenting ‘The National Lottery: In It To Win It’ in 2010.

He has been on our screens for over 20 years, having first shot to fame on the ITV daytime show ‘Supermarket Sweep’ in the 90s.