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Birth name: Fearne Marie Cotton.
Born: September 3, 1981 Northwood, London, United Kingdom.

Fearne Cotton biography (bio):
Fearne Marie Cotton is a British television presenter and DJ. Known for presenting a number of popular TV programmes such as Top of the Pops and Red Nose Day, she can also now be heard co-hosting the BBC Radio 1 Chart show and also request show with Reggie Yates - as well as hosting ITV2's The Xtra Factor.

Early life:
Born in Northwood, north-west London, Cotton grew up in the nearby suburb of Eastcote, in Abbotsbury Gardens. She was brought up by Lyn and Mick Cotton, and has a younger brother called Jamie. Although her grandfather's cousin is former BBC executive Sir Bill Cotton, she says she has not seen him since the age of five and cites her rise to broadcasting fame as down to her own hard work and discipline.

She attended Newnham Primary School in Eastcote, Ruislip and Haydon School in Northwood Hills / Eastcote Village.

Career:
Cotton began her career in children's television but has in recent years been given higher profile roles presenting events such as Live 8 and the results for the Eurovision Song Contest.

Early career:
Cotton began having ballet lessons from the age of five and went to weekend drama school at ten. After being discovered in a nationwide talent search, she began her presenting career in 1998, at the age of 16, with early morning GMTV children's programme The Disney Club and later Diggit with Paul 'Des' Ballard. She soon found herself fronting several children's programmes for CITV, including Draw Your Own Toons and Mouse, a series aimed at encouraging children to use computers. In 2002 she presented Finger Tips, an arts and crafts programme for children, with co-presenter Stephen Mulhern.
Cotton soon branched out from ITV, and her association with CBBC began when she presented children's science programme, Eureka TV, later winning a role as co-presenter on CBBC's Sunday Morning show, Smile. Before long, she was given the task of re-vitalising the ailing The Saturday Show for the BBC. Her former Finger Tips co-presenter, Stephen Mulhern was soon to present rival CITV Saturday morning show Ministry of Mayhem alongside her best friend Holly Willoughby.
Her association with children's programmes continues as she narrates the popular CBBC Serious documentary programme, as well as presenting Only In America.

Top of the Pops:
In 2003 Cotton started presenting Top of the Pops:Saturday (later called Top of the Pops: Reloaded) with her The Saturday Show co-presenter, Simon Grant, which then later became Sam and Mark from Pop Idol.

From 2004 to 2006 Cotton was the main presenter of Top Of The Pops, which she co-presented with a different guest presenter each week. She was one of the final ever regular presenters for that programme. The programme ended in July 2006, officially as a result of poor viewing figures, but Cotton was unavailable for the final episode because of her filming for ITV's Love Island in Fiji. However, a quick introduction she recorded on location was shown at the start of the broadcast.

Charity events:
Cotton took part in the first edition of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy (2003). She was only the second person to be voted off the programme after giving her performance of the Travis song Driftwood.
Cotton has fast become a large part Comic Relief, hosting part of the Red Nose Day telethon in 2005, and returning in 2007 to be one of the most featured hosts of the night, presenting strands alongside Jonathan Ross and Lenny Henry.
In July 2005 she had her career highlight to date, presenting Live 8 in Hyde Park, where she found herself being chatted up by Robbie Williams. During an interview with the British pop star, he asked on camera "Why don't you come and live with me and my dogs in L.A.?" Following the event, she commented that she would prefer to remain friends.
In November 2005 she hosted the BBC's annual telethon, Children In Need, with Sir Terry Wogan and Natasha Kaplinsky, a role that she reprised for the 2006 event. She will present the 2007 event on Friday 16th November
In September 2007 she became the Patron of Post Pals, an organisation brightening the lives of seriously ill children. She says "It's so easy to make a kid smile. Just send an email, a card or even a gift to make a kid's day! Get on the website and spread the word and make someone happy!"

BBC Radio 1:
In September 2005 she joined Radio 1, to present the Friday early morning slot with Reggie Yates who she had previously worked with on CBBC as a presenter, and co-star of Only in America and Top Of The Pops. She occasionally stands in for other Radio 1 presenters, such as Sara Cox. It was announced on 2006-07-30 that Cotton would be co-hosting the weekend breakfast broadcast along with Reggie from September 2006 replacing Spoony, who was leaving the station after six years.
From October 14, 2007, Fearne and Reggie will present the Radio 1 Chart Show, taking over from JK & Joel, who are leaving the station. Cotton will be the first ever permanent female presenter of a BBC radio chart show.

Reality:
In 2006 Cotton also presented the second series of Love Island with Patrick Kielty on ITV1, taking over from Kelly Brook. Liza Tarbuck and Denise van Outen were previously offered the role but pulled out due to other projects. Although the series was seen to be a flop due to rival reality programme Big Brother, this was said to be a career boost for her role in peak time television.
She also presented the Friday night live eviction programme for the Five reality TV series Make Me A Supermodel, replacing former tele presenter and model Rachel Hunter.

On 2007-05-09 it was announced in The Sun newspaper that she would be taking over from Ben Shephard as the host for the X Factor spin-off programme, The Xtra Factor on ITV2.

Eurovision:
On 20 May 2006 Cotton read the United Kingdom votes for the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest, held in Athens, Greece.
On 17 March 2007 she, along with Terry Wogan, hosted Making Your Mind Up 2007, the show to decide which song the UK will send to the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 in Helsinki, Finland. On the night Cotton saved the blushes of her co-presenter when Wogan accidentally announced the wrong artist as winner.

The Eurovision Song Contest, held in Helsinki, Finland on 12 May 2007, saw Cotton return to Europe's screens as the face for the UK vote. It fell to her to announce the highest award of 12 points to Turkey.

Other notable TV appearances:
On 2006-10-29, Cotton appeared with her family in a star special of Family Fortunes.
In January 2007, Cotton presented The Brits Launch party and The Brits are coming for the ITV Network and ITV2 and on February 14, 2007 she was seen interviewing performers backstage at the 2007 BRIT Awards for ITV.
On 25 February 2007, she was interviewing the guests and film stars live at the Oscars for Sky One in the UK.
Cotton interviewed Princes William and Harry for the BBC before the 2007-07-01 Concert for Diana. She also interviewed performers and guests at the concert, which was held at the new Wembley Stadium.

Starting on September 5, 2007, Fearne took part in a dating programme with friend Holly Willoughby called Holly & Fearne Go Dating. In this programme they find dates for lonely singles.

On September 29, 2007, she and Holly took part in ITV's Saturday Night entertainment show, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway segment, Beat The Boys.

Personal life:
Cotton is a keen artist having studied art at A level. This was a skill she made good use of whilst presenting the series Draw Your Own Toons. She hopes to hold an exhibition of her work in late 2007.

She also enjoys body art and claimed on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross that she has eleven tattoos over her body, the most notable of which is a fern leaf, covering her right hip up to her rib cage.

Cotton has two cats called Tallulah and Keloy, named after one of the magic words from Bedknobs and Broomsticks. She was photographed with Keloy by the late Lord Lichfield for the 2006 PDSA Calendar.

For a period in 2004-2005, she went out with Lostprophets' front man Ian Watkins. It is rumoured that Watkins wrote two songs on the group's third album, Liberation Transmission, (Broken Hearts And Torn Up Letters, Story Of A Lonely Girl) and (4:AM Forever), about the couple's separation, although he refuses to either confirm or deny this[10]. Another of her ex-boyfriends, Peter Brame who was a Fame Academy singer, sold explicit details of their lovelife to a tabloid Sunday newspaper, describing how his cocaine addiction destroyed their relationship. She maintains that "he had to do it for his own reasons and I don't resent him for that." She also had a relationship with Kooks frontman Luke Pritchard. She is currently in a relationship with American Jesse Jenkins.

She is a vegetarian and an animal lover.

Was also quoted in an interview in Heat Magazine to having extremely sensitive feet and not being able to stand her toes tickled.

She is a fan of Led Zeppelin and says their track 'Good Times, Bad Times' is her favourite song of all time.

She supports Arsenal F.C. and is a fan of Alan Hansen.

Her Heroes include Jimmy Page, Debbie Harry, and Vivenne Westwood.

Her real life best friend is Holly Willoughby.
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