Fearne has been presenting live TV since she was 15 years old, when she was discovered by ITV's Disney Club. Fearne finished filming the 13th season of Celebrity Juice as team leader this year. The BBC Music Awards, Top of the Pops with Reggie Yates, and E!'s BAFTA red carpet coverage with Dermot O'Leary are among her other shows. She joined Radio 1 in 2005 and stayed for ten years, first co-hosting morning shows with Reggie Yates, then moving on to the UK Top 40 show until taking over the coveted weekday morning slot in 2009. The show drew over 4 million listeners, and she was awarded a Sony Gold Award for it in 2012.
She is one of the world's 250 most influential tweeters, with millions of followers on social media. Fearne and her family live in London. Her debut cookbook, Cook Happy, Cook Healthy, is the culmination of many happy years of cooking and baking. www.officialfearnecotton.com; @Fearnecotton on Twitter; OfficialFearneCotton on Facebook; @fearnecotton4 on Instagram.