The friends, who filmed for the Channel 4 show at Lee’s trailer in Hull, told their 503,000 Instagram followers that Friday’s episode was the last of Series 17, but that they should come back for the next one. series.
Lee, 51, took to social media on the famous sofa alongside Jenny, 64, to wish their fans a “Happy Friday.”
However, Jenny described how it was a “Sad Friday” because it meant she was leaving Lee’s trailer and returning home after the couple lived together while filming the popular TV show.
Lee said, “Happy Friday everyone! “
A discouraged Jenny added: “And a sad Friday. “
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Lee, who joined the cast with Jenny in 2014, turned to his friend and asked, “Why is it so sad? “
Jenny said: “Because this is my last …”
Lee gasped as he added, “Oh yeah, this is our last week of shooting this week, so we’re shooting today. “
Jenny revealed how she was “coming home soon” before her 20-year-old friend Lee claimed to look elated at the idea of having the trailer to himself.
However, fans of the series were devastated at the prospect of the series ending.
One of them wrote: “Oh no… don’t go, you are the highlight of my week.”
A second added, “Thanks for helping us through the past few months – honestly Friday night at 9pm I’m locked in to watch you both and I’m still crying with laughter and Lee and Jenny’s facial expressions keep you. bring me so much joy.
“I think this show should take place all year round. It brightens our day. We laugh so much xx, ”said a third.
Another fan wrote: “I will miss you so much, look forward to Friday and Gogglebox. “
Captioning the clip next to a row of sad emojis, Jenny and Lee wrote, “Have a good Friday everyone last week of shooting for us on Series 17.”
The Cheeky Pals, who usually spin at Jenny’s trailer in Sand Le Mere, have an age gap of 13, with Lee being 51 and Jenny 64.
The duo first met when Lee became a regular customer at a pub called The Crown Inn, where Jenny was the owner.