Broadcaster, designer, television and radio presenter and charity ambassador, the nation's sweetheart Fearne Cotton continues to impress us with her endless talents. Famed for her televison career on programmes such as Top of the Pops and Celebrity Juice, Fearne also has her own fashion and homeware brand with very.co.uk. Charming and professional, Fearne is perfect for product launches and personal appearances.
Fearne Cotton is one of the most successful presenters on British television who has now found fame across the pond. On the corporate scene, Fearne is an excellent awards host.
She began her presenting career on The Disney Club when she was 16 and within a few years of learning her craft on other children’s programmes including Smile and The Saturday Show on CBBC, she moved over to mainstream TV and radio broadcasting.
Fearne became noticed by a wider public when she presented Top of the Pops with Reggie Yates and she was one of the last regular presenters for the show which ended in July 2006. She has since presented numerous other high profile programmes including Love Island and ITV2’s Xtra Factor before leaving our shores for the United States. Fearne has also presented parts of the Eurovision Song Contest, many telethons including Live 8 in Hyde Park, Comic Relief and Children in Need alongside the likes of Natasha Kaplinsky, Jonathan Ross and Lenny Henry.
In 2009, Fearne did a 5-day climb of Mount Kilimanjaro, alongside Ben Shephard, Gary Barlow, Alesha Dixon, Ronan Keating, Denise Van Outen and Chris Moyles, Cheryl Cole and Kimberley Walsh for Comic Relief. She was in the first group to reach the summit and helped raise £3.3m.
Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates presented BBC Radio 1's Chart Show and Fearne then became the first ever permanent female presenter of a BBC radio chart show.
In 2008, Fearne moved to the USA to host The Guinness Book of Records - Live. She later co-hosted the NBC reality show Last Comic Standing.
The following year Fearne launched her own fashion range on the website very.co.uk and started presenting the Radio 1 weekday morning slot, she stayed with the station for 10 years and in 2012 won herself a Sony Gold Award.
As a team captain on Celebrity Juice, Fearne continues to be a part of a series that continuously wins brilliant ratings for ITV2.
Alongside all of this, Fearne has published her own books including a cookery book and one which covers many of her own memoirs. She has also released her own range of makeup for Boots and styling tools for BaByliss. She supports a range of charities and is an ambassador for The Prince’s Trust.
Bringing her easy charm and personable nature to the corporate circuit, Fearne is able to host awards ceremonies and present live events.