Fearne Cotton

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Celebrity Juice (team captain)

Comic Relief Does Fame Academy (participant)

Eurovision: Making Your Mind Up (judge, 2006 / host, 2007)


Love Island

Make Me a Supermodel

Must Be the Music


Pump it Up

The X Factor (ITV2 coverage)


Won the 1998 CITV / Disney Channel search for a presenter, and hosted the weekend breakfast programme Diggit for three years. After that followed a string of presenting jobs on CITV, mostly notably on art programme Finger Tips. Fearne moved to the BBC in 2002, where she hosted Record Breakers, The Saturday Show, and was the final regular presenter of Top Of the Pops before it was cancelled in 2006 - an event she missed owing to commitments on Celebrity Love Island. Her career highlight was a television interview with Princes William and Harry in 2007.

Fearne co-presented Smile with Reggie Yates, and worked with him on the CBBC travelogue programme Only in America. The pair presented a weekend breakfast show on Radio 1 for two years, before moving to the station's flagship chart show in 2007. She left Radio 1 in 2015. Can still be occasionally heard on Radio 2 from time to time.

Fearne's more recent TV work includes Celebrity Juice and Children In Need.


Fearne Cotton briefly dated Fame Academy 2 participant Peter Brame.

Web links

Wikipedia entry

Internet Movie Database entry

INFAX database entry

BFI database entry


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