Fearne has been presenting live TV since the age of 15 when she was spotted by ITV’s ‘Disney Club’.
Her warmth, natural interview skills and ability to make presenting live TV seem effortless and has given her the opportunity to present a variety of shows over the years.
Earlier this year Fearne returned to her role as team captain on the 17th series of Celebrity Juice, a show that continues to be a ratings winner for ITV2. Other shows include Children in Need Rocks, The Happiness Project, Fearne & Gok: Off The Rails, The BBC Music Awards, Top of the Pops with Reggie Yates, Fearne and McBusted and a Coldplay special for Sky Arts among many others.
In addition to TV Fearne is hugely credible in the music genre. In 2005 she joined Radio 1 where she spent ten incredible years, initially co-hosting morning shows with Reggie Yates and then moving onto the UK Top 40 show before taking over the prestigious weekday morning slot in 2009; here she mixed big celebrity interviews with exclusive acoustic performances in the Live Lounge. The show attracted over 4 million listeners and in 2012 she won a Sony Gold Award for the show.
Alongside TV and radio, Fearne is incredibly creative, having previously designed several home wear ranges, curated 13 seasons of her own clothing range and released her own make-up and toiletry ranges. Her latest design endeavors include a kid’s wear range in collaboration with Mini Club for Boots and a kitchenware range for Swan. She also enjoys working alongside Cath Kidston and Garnier Olia, and is a brand ambassador for BaByliss, for which she creates a series of Get the Look videos and tutorials, recreating her go-to styles using BaByliss tools.
On social media, Fearne has over 7 million Twitter followers and a combined Facebook and Instagram following of nearly 3 million, with live, innovative content around her programming and off-air projects, ranking her amongst the world’s top 250 most influential Tweeters.
An enthusiastic cook, Fearne released her first cookbook in June 2016: Cook Happy, Cook Healthy. Following this, we had the release of Happy in early 2017, which talks about her own experiences of happiness (including some of the not-so-happy ones) and her latest book, Cook Eat Love, which came out this summer.
Work aside, Fearne is a mother of two and continues to find time to support a range of charities with seemingly no challenge too big for her, whether it be climbing Kilimanjaro for Comic Relief, or trekking the Inca Trail for Breast Cancer Care. Fearne is an ambassador for Mind, The Prince’s Trust and also a patron for Post Pals, Tyler’s Trust and Coppafeel!, the latter of which she curates the charity’s music festival, FESTIFEEL.