Fearne Cotton was born on September 3, 1981, in Northwood, London, England.
Biography and Career:
She got interested in dance and drama while she was in school. After she took part in a countrywide talent show, Fearne got several offers to work in TV shows. Thus, she debuted on TV in 1998 with the show "The Disney Spot", followed by another show "Diggit". So far, Fearne Cotton had already began what was about to be a successful TV career.
Fearne Cotton worked in children TV shows like "Draw Your Own Toons" and "Mouse", a show based on computers. After these shows, Fearne hosted the show "Finger Tips" in 2002. Maximum of these shows were premiered on ITV.
After leaving ITV, Fearne Cotton hosted shows for CBBC. There she presented the children science show "Eureka TV". Next,
she hosted the show "Smile" where she shared the hosting spot with a co-worker. Her next project was presenting the popular "The Saturday Show".
Fearne Cotton signed up as the lead host with the TV show "Top of the Pops" in 2003. She hosted the show till its last episode in 2006. In the meantime, she started hosting radio shows every Friday morning on BBC Radio 1 in 2005. There she co-presented with Reggie Yates, her previous colleague from TV shows. In 2006, BBC gave her the spot on weekend morning shows.
In 2006, after her show Top of the Pops ended, Fearne began presenting reality shows. She replaced Rachel Hunter in "Make Me a Supermodel". Apart from this, she also co-presented "Love Island" second season with Patrick Kelly. In 2007, Fearne cotton became the first female to present the BBC Radio 1 Chart Show.
She was back on television that same year with the presentation of the show "Making Your Mind Up" in 2006 and 2007. In 2007, she performed the job of an interview backstage at the BRIT Awards and the Academy Awards. She also interviewed Prince Harry and Prince William in the UK. In 2008, she was offered to host "The Guinness Book of World Records - Live". This was her first show in the Americas.
Why is she famous?
Fearne Cotton is famous as a radio host and TV host from England. She has also hosted popular TV shows like "The Guiness Book of World Records- Live" and radio programmes like the "BBC Radio 1 Chart Show".
Here is one of her famous quotes:
"Sitting in a really nice little country-type pub, an old man's quiet pub, larking about with my mates, putting beer mats on our elbows. It's like the beer mat Olympics."
- Fearne Cotton
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