Making the public laugh with her quick-witted humour on ‘Gogglebox’, before capturing their hearts on ‘I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’, which she won in 2016, Scarlett has become a regular on our screens.
Her warmth and bubbly personality led Scarlett to land her a number of presenting roles, including her first live role alongside Dermot O’Leary interviewing award winners backstage at the NTAs, and her dream-come-true gig hosting with Ant and Dec live on Saturday Night Takeaway. Her success in these roles led her to take on Davina McCall’s previous position as host of dating show Streetmate, in a new series that aired earlier this year. The show sees her seeking out singles looking for love in the hope of finding them a date without any input from matchmaking technology.
Away from the camera, Scarlett released her debut book ‘Scarlett Says’ in 2016, which was met with great acclaim, topping the Sunday Times Number 1 Bestsellers list. Her second book, ‘Me Life Story, Sofa So Good’, was released on 19th October and takes a look at the starlet’s life, from her time as a student to her ever-developing career in front of the lens.