The comedy panel team captain is hanging up her Juice hat after ten years on the show
After ten years on Keith Lemon's Celebrity Juice comedy panel show, team captain Fearne Cotton has stepped down. The radio presenter gave an emotional tribute to the show on social media and praised the 'incredible' time she's had in the hot seat opposite best friend, Holly Willoughby.
Fearne Cotton has been on Celebrity Juice since 2008
Taking to Instagram, the other-of-two announced she was leaving the show with a 'ton of amazing memories', alongside a selection of photographs from her time on the programme.
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Fearne Cotton is jealous of her husband Jesse Wood's musical talent because she has claimed she doesn't have ''a musical bone in [her] body''.
Fearne Cotton is jealous of her husband Jesse Wood's musical talent.
The 35-year-old radio and television personality married the 40-year-old guitarist in 2014, and the blonde-haired beauty has admitted she wishes she could be as skilled with musical instruments as her spouse and her father-in-law Ronnie Wood.
Speaking about the one talent she yearns for to Stylist magazine, the style icon said: ''To be musical, I look at my husband [Jesse Wood] and my father-in-law [Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones] and they have this creative channel and it just flows. I don't have a musical bone in my body.''
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Fearne Cotton at the BBC Music Awards held at the Excel Centre, London, United Kingdom - Monday 12th December 2016
Fearne Cotton at Book People's Bedtime Story Competition award ceremony, in partnership with charity Action for Children held at Clothworkers Hall, London, United Kingdom - Thursday 3rd November 2016
The awards ceremony, held in Birmingham in December, will also feature Little Mix, Jess Glynne, Mumford & Sons and Hozier.
The second annual BBC Music Awards will play host to an impressive list of performers at the end of the year, with One Direction, Ellie Goulding, Little Mix and Mumford & Sons among the confirmed acts.
The ceremony, which is being held at Birmingham’s Genting Arena on December 10th, is in its second year after the inaugural awards were held in 2014 at London’s Earl’s Court. Just like last year, the evening will be hosted by Fearne Cotton and Chris Evans and broadcast on BBC One, and the radio stations 1 and 2. More than 10,000 tickets are currently on sale to members of the public.
One Direction will be playing at the BBC Music Awards in December
The former Radio 1 DJ and her husband Jesse Wood welcomed the baby girl into the world on Wednesday.
Fearne Cotton has given birth to a baby girl named Honey Krissy, her second child with her husband Jesse Wood. The presenter and former Radio 1 DJ took to social media a matter of hours after her daughter was born, sharing the news with her fans on Twitter.
“Jesse and I are over the moon and buzzing with love, as our baby daughter Honey Krissy Wood came into the world this morning,” she tweeted on Wednesday morning (September 9th).
Fearne is already a mother to their two year old son Rex, and is also a stepmum to Jesse’s two other children from a previous relationship. The new baby’s second name, Krissy, appears to be a dedication to her husband’s late mother, who died in 2005. Jesse's father is, of course, the Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood.
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The BBC chart show could be about to make a comeback after being axed in 2006.
Classic chart show 'Top of the Pops' could be set to make on comeback on Friday nights, with Fearne Cotton and Dermot O’Leary fronting a new look show. According to The Mirror, BBC bosses have been discussing how a revamped 'TOTP' could work, in conjunction with Radio 1 moving its chart show from Sundays to Fridays.
Fearne Cotton could be set to host a new look 'TOTP'.
An insider told the newspaper, “'Top of the Pops' is a great brand name and the BBC are keen to use it. Some at the highest level are massive supporters of the plan and have given the go-ahead. The new Friday night charts could be the perfect tie-in – with 'Top of the Pops' a brilliant start to the weekend.”
Fearne Cotton will star in the new Teletubbies show.
Cbeebies is rebooting Teletubbies for the small-screen with a new star-studded cast including Fearne Cotton and Jim Broadbent. Actress Jane Horrocks will voice the character of the new 'tubby phone' - a mobile gadget that will transport Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po into the modern day.
Fearne Cotton will voice one of the characters in the rebooted Teletubbies show
Broadbent is probably best known as Professor Slughorn in Harry Potter while Cotton is one of the most popular DJs on Radio 1. The new show will be narrated by the stand-up comedian Daniel Rigby - who can be seen in those slightly annoying BT broadband ads.
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The Live Lounge presenter is to quit the station after ten years to concentrate on her growing family.
BBC Radio 1 DJ Fearne Cotton has announced that she is to quit the station after “the most incredible decade”, having announced to fans that she is expecting her second child.
33 year old Cotton, who is married to Jesse Wood (son of Rolling Stones’ guitarist Ronnie), wrote on her website that her departure would mark the start of “a new chapter”. She already has one son, Rex (2) with Wood, and said “Jesse and I are very happy to announce we are having another baby. I feel extremely blessed and happy that Rex will be a big brother, and we get to welcome another Wood into the world.”
Fearne Cotton, pictured here at the 2015 Brit Awards, is to quit Radio 1
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The award show will be the culmination of a whole new range of programming across multiple platforms.
The BBC is launching a brand new music awards show with Fearne Cotton and Chris Evans (the Radio 2 presenter) as the inaugural hosts. The awards will be BBC’s biggest musical event after Glastonbury and are intended to unite BBC One, BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 and culminate in a big live event this coming winter.
Fearne Cotton is set to host the brand new award show in December.
The award show will be held on December 11 at Earl’s Court in London, where the best British artist and international artist awards, as chosen by a panel of BBC presenters and producers will be awarded the new honor. The song of the year winner will be determined by viewers and listeners, adding an interactive component to the show.
Fearne Cotton and Chris Evans will present the first ever BBC Music Awards.
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Allen's cheeky nod is to her album name, not Fearne Cotton, it would seem...
Lilly Allen has confirmed, while talking to Graham Norton on his late night talk show, that her new album will be called Sheezus. She also admitted the title is a slight not to Kanye West’s Yeezus, calling it a “confident” choice.
Lily Allen at The Baftas
"It's a confident title choice - and a little nod to Kanye West," explained Allen while appearing on the Graham Norton Show. ‘It's Not Me, It's You’ and ‘Alright, Still’ became certified triple-platinum albums in the UK when they sold over 900k copies, so Allen will he hoping her confident choice translates into a matching performance.
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19th March, 1981