Sarah Cawood has been such a permanent fixture on our TV screens over the past decade that it’s entirely possible she’s made from pixels.
It's a challenge to find a show the fun-size presenter hasn't been on. In the mid-Nineties, Sarah worked as the cheeky presenter of Nickelodeon UK. And then she became a Britpop pin-up in 1997, when she presented The Girlie Show. And from 1998-2000, she was responsible for a nation of hairbrush warblers, when she brought karaoke to the masses, presenting Night Fever.
Sarah has also presented shows including MTV, Live & Kicking, Top of the Pops and regularly co-presented the midweek and Saturday National Lottery programmes as well as taking on a role as reporter for Richard & Judy, she also co-presented BBC3's Comic Relief Does Fame Academy and the semi-finals of the Eurovision Song Contest 2007, 2009 and 2010 and has presented That's The Question on Challenge since 2007, as well as ITV2's Blind Date - Kiss and Tell, VH1's Live Open Darts Championships, live from America, music show UK Jack and braved the spiders (and Ant and Dec) to be the jungle reporter for This Morning's I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here.Making her name as one of the hugely popular ‘ladettes’ on The Girlie Show in the 90s, Sarah hassince turned her hand to presenting everything from Blind Date - Kiss and Tell, to Live Open Darts Championship, live from America among many, MANY more.
And she's one lady you can't flap, as she proved when Fathers 4 Justice invaded the studio while she was presenting The National Lottery Jet Set, alongside Eamonn Holmes. Not even Anne Robinson could make her quiver, which is why she won Celebrity Weakest Link in 2007.
The fiery-follicled star has even turned her versatile hand to acting, appearing in Velvet Goldmine opposite Ewan McGregor and appearing in the West End in Phantom of the Opera as a ballerina. Although the cheeky pirouetter got into bother when she appeared on C4's A Royal Ballet School Girl Gone Bad, for skiving her tutu-bothering classes to mosh at various gigs instead.
And it's this love of music which has seen her presenting ITV1 and ITV2's coverage of the V Festivals at Reading and Leeds and introducing Feeder to the stage at a Warchild gig.
But she’s recently turned her hand to the biggest challenge of all - motherhood - and you can keep up with her regular ramblings on her blog and Twitter