Adrian Chiles was joined by Led Zeppelin rock legend Robert Plant as he presented The One Show for the very last time on BBC1 last night.
The singer and Wolves fan, who lives near Kidderminster, wore a black and gold scarf as he helped see Baggies boy Mr Chiles make an emotional goodbye to the programme.
Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg also recorded video messages for the presenter who is leaving the BBC after 18 years.
Adrian said: "I can't believe that, I thought they were look-a-likes at first."
The show also featured a special message from the Albion team and a highlights package showed a clip of the 43-year-old, from Hagley, hosting his first ever programme, Working Lunch, with the BBC. Sir Alan Sugar, star of The Apprentice, also joined in the farewell. Mr Chiles said: "I don't know what I will do without The One Show."
He will be joining ITV's GMTV show later this year.