Did You Always want to be a presenter?I'd always loved the idea of it but never thought I could do it - I didn't know how. Then by luck, I was sent to a screen test for MTV and it went surprisingly really well! Before that I was often working 7 days a week, styling, modelling and working in personal shopping, so I've always been pretty ambitious and hard working.
How did you end up where you are?
Any autocue mishaps to share?
Sometimes the producers like to put awkwardly long words and tongue twisters in to make my life a little more difficult. One time I had to say 'Shwedagon Pagoda' but for the life of me could not pronounce it, so I had to change it to 'big temple'… shameful.
Who would you most like to interview?
Kanye West is the dream. I've always been a fan of his music. He'd be a great interview because you know you’re gonna get some sort of outrageous headline, no matter what.
What is the last dream you had?
I really recently had a nightmare that my favourite snapback flew off and landed on a giant killer pigeon. Luckily my sister wasn't scared, so she confronted the killer pigeon and retrieved my hat. What a babe.
What is your formula for happiness?
What song is in your head right now?
Pharrell - Happy
What book are you reading at the moment?
I'm about to start Terry Pratchett's 'Nation'.
What are your three most treasured possessions?
What hobbies do you have?
I've played drums since I was 11 – I'm really into my music. I also DJ which crosses over from hobby to job sometimes, but I love it.
Tell us a secret:
I didn't know what 'hair of the dog' meant until yesterday.