Jones said, "I've had a career on Blue Peter that you wouldn't even dream about and for that I feel privileged and fortunate. The biennial music competition was held at the Millennium Centre in Cardiff, and broadcast on BBC Two and BBC Four.
Jones was again chosen to play for the Rest of the World in the Soccer Aid match on 7 June 2010.
During his time, Jones presented the show with Salmon, Konnie Huq, Matt Baker, Liz Barker and Andy Akinwolere.
As a presenter, he took on the action/adventure role filled by John Noakes and Peter Duncan in the past; highlights included flying with the Red Arrows On 12 February 2008, on his 30th birthday, Jones and his Blue Peter co-presenters climbed the highest peaks in each constituent country of the United Kingdom, starting with Slieve Donard in Northern Ireland, followed by Snowdon in North Wales.
He took part in the 2016 Christmas special of Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One, partnered with Chloe Hewitt.