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Britain's Got Talent warm-up man Ian Royce has given fans an update on his treatment as he battles sex addiction and alcoholism. 

The compère, who has also worked on X Factor, entered rehab last month after celebrities including Simon Cowell and Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly helped pay towards his treatment. 

Thanking his friends and fans for their support on Thursday, Ian took to Twitter to share that he had successfully completed his 28 day stay in The Priory and would be continuing his treatment abroad. 

Update: Britain's Got Talent warm-up man Ian Royce has given fans an update on his treatment as he battles sex addiction and alcoholism

Update: Britain's Got Talent warm-up man Ian Royce has given fans an update on his treatment as he battles sex addiction and alcoholism

He penned: 'I just wanted to let you all know that my first 28 days of treatment, have come to an end and I will ow be going abroad for the next 3 months to continue my treatment and really work on me and issues that have been buried deep for 40 years. 

'As well as my alcohol addiction I have also surrendered to my sex and love addictions stemming from my past which have affected my relationships greatly.

'I am committed to working on all of the above to be a better person to me and to others.'

Supported: The compère entered rehab last month after celebrities including Simon Cowell and Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly helped pay towards his treatment

Supported: The compère entered rehab last month after celebrities including Simon Cowell and Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly helped pay towards his treatment

Ian went on to apologise to anyone who had been affected by his addictions, before thanking those who had shown him support and kindness in his time of need. 

He continued: 'I have f**ked up big time in many areas of my life and I want to apologize to everyone who was caught up in my 'madness.' 

'I want to thank everyone who has stood by me, supported me - financially and emotionally. I know this is my last chance at life having been near death more than once. 

'I will be off social media for this duration and I am looking forward to bringing home a new Ian for 2020 who will be true, honest and committed to staying well. So I am wishing you all love and happiness (and a happy Christmas and New Year!!).

'And a massive thank you to again to everyone who is making this happen (no name dropping!). The support has been incredible and I am so so grateful to everyone from the bottom of my heart. Until 2020. Ian xx.'

Recovery: Thanking his friends and fans for their support on Thursday, Ian took to Twitter to share that he had successfully completed his 28 day stay in The Priory

Recovery: Thanking his friends and fans for their support on Thursday, Ian took to Twitter to share that he had successfully completed his 28 day stay in The Priory 

Kind words: Ian was inundated with kind responses to his candid post, with Myleene Klass among the well wishers

Kind words: Ian was inundated with kind responses to his candid post, with Myleene Klass among the well wishers 

Ian's update comes after Ant and Dec reportedly donated £5,000 to help fund his stay in rehab.

The hosts are believed to have joined forces with Simon Cowell and Robbie Williams to

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