Alice Levine has announced sheâ€™s leaving Radio 1.
The broadcaster, whoâ€™s been with the station for nine years, says itâ€™s “the end of an era”.
“Iâ€™ve decided itâ€™s the right time for me to hang up the headphones (not a thing) and say goodbye to Radio 1,” she wrote on Instagram.
The 34-year-old currently hosts the weekend afternoon show with co-host Dev Griffin - her last show will be on Sunday 9 August.
Alice says sheâ€™s “met friends for life” and thanked everyone at Radio 1, including the producers who “patiently stood with me whilst I crashed the vocals, pressed the wrong buttons and had a prolonged crisis of confidence in those early off-air days (and beyond!).”
During her time at Radio 1 Alice presented the 10pm until midnight show with Phil Taggart, before taking on a weekend afternoon show and then the Weekend Breakfast Show.
She picked up a Music Week Best Music Show Award along the way and in her own words - “had a dead nice time”.
“If youâ€™ve listened to the show or got in touch with one of your amazing stories over the years, I canâ€™t thank you enough. To make jokes all day has just been a gift of a job!”
Alice hasnâ€™t revealed what sheâ€™s doing next but alongside her BBC presenting duties sheâ€™s been one-third of one of the worldâ€™s most popular podcasts - My Dad Wrote A Porno.
Fellow broadcaster Clara Amfo, whoâ€™s presented from the Brits red carpet alongside Alice over the last few years, was one of the first to react.
Aliceâ€™s announcement comes not long after Maya Jama revealed that she was leaving the station, and a week after 1Xtra Breakfast Show presenter Dotty announced she was leaving Radio 1â€™s sister station.