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GOOD Morning Football host Kay Adams made a shocking career move as she bid farewell to her viewers.

On Thursday, Adams announced on the show that her last official episode will be Friday, tweeting “come party” with the GMFB crew.

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NFL Network Good Morning Football host Kay Adams announced her departure from the show on ThursdayCredit: NFL
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The longtime host said Friday will be her final day on the showCredit: Instagram/Kay Adams

"I did want to make my news of my own, and there's a lot of talk about this, of course, and I just want to invite everyone tomorrow to watch our show and celebrate my last episode and my last three hours here," Adams said.

“It’s nostalgic for sure. This week, we’ve been through so many studios and so many moments, and a million costume changes… It has been an awesome ride.”

The departing GMFB host said she wants her last day to be like a "party," tweeting after the show: "My last @gmfb is tomorrow! End of an era. So proud. So grateful. Come party!"

The University of Missouri graduate was one of the original panelists when the NFL Network show kick-started in 2016.

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She has also served as a host for special events for the Chicago Bears.

In late April, the New York Post reported that Adams was planning on leaving GMFB and eyeing to be the host of Amazon Prime Video's Thursday Night Football pregame show.

However, no deal has been reported.

It is unclear what is next for Adams, but she appeared to hint in January that she was looking for a bigger opportunity.

“It’s no secret the goal is to have the pedigree to have the big-boy seat at the table,” Adams said on The Pat McAfee Show, noting at the time that her contract with NFL Network was up in May.

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NFL Network has not announced a replacement for Adams.

The program also has not replaced Nate Burleson, who left GMFB last August, to join the morning news show CBS This Morning.

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