Fearne Cotton: The Biography

Published in 2008 by John Blake Publishing.

She’s the most sexy, most stylish and most popular star on TV, and she’s taking the nation by storm! From presenting Top of the Pops to interviewing the performers at the Concert for Diana; from comforting the contestants on The Xtra Factor to co-hosting Comic Relief; from counting down the singles chart on Radio1 to co-presenting Holly And Fearne Go Dating, Fearne Cotton, with her stunning good looks, fun-loving nature and adorable charm, is never far from our screens.

She made her debut on The Disney Club at just fifteen after being spotted in a nationwide talent search in 1998 and, in no time at all, notched up a long list of other TV credits, including shows such as Diggit, Pump It Up, Finger Tips, Draw Your Own Toons and Pet Swap. Before long she was given the task of revitalising The Saturday Show for the BBC and since then her popularity has simply gone from strength to strength.

A self-confessed ‘mouthy’ girl, she is not one to shy away from the spotlight. In this, the first major biography of the star, Nigel Goodall unveils fascinating stories of Fearne’s life and career so far. He uncovers the full truth about her determined rise to fame and her troubled relationships with a string of rock musicians, including Lostprophets’ Ian Watkins, The Kooks’ Luke Pritchard and Fame Academy‘s Peter Brame. And he provides the inside scoop on Love Island, Patrick Kielty and the real reason for her rejection of that proposal from Robbie Williams.

With two picture sections of almost 50 photographs, and full details of Fearne’s television and radio appearances, and a detailed chronology from her birth to the present, this book is an intimate and revealing portrait of Britain’s brightest talent, and a must-have for all of Fearne’s fans.