The legendary TV presenter Jim Bowen has sadly passed away today aged 80.
Previously a deputy headmaster, the Lancashire-born star was watched by over 17 million viewers at Bullseye's peak.
The game show was known for its elaborate prizes on offer as well as Bowen's wit as he gently let down those who did not earn the top prize on offer by saying "now look what you could have won.".
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Darts player Eric Bristow told his fans: "RIP Jim Bowen, I done every year of Bullseye and 10 Xmas shows and had 15 days with him on the QE2".
Those expressing their sadness at Jim's death include Scottish comedian Limmy, actor Will Mellor and Jim Davidson.
"You can't beat a bit of Bully". "Not Jim Bowen, he was smashing, super, lovely, great, a game show legend RIP". "We are all shedding a tear", John Pleus, a family friend, said.
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He presented a live morning magazine programme on Radio Lancashire from 1999 to 2003.
'I didn't show them I was proud of them, though I think they knew, ' he once said.
"As with people getting on, Jim has had several strokes, one in 2011".
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Bowen fronted the much-loved show from its inception in September 1981, right through to its final episode 14 series later in 1995.