Fearne Cotton often shares videos of her working out in her home, and now we can not only copy her fitness routine but style too.
Fearne Cotton pays tribute to her loved ones during coronavirus lockdown with slogan t-shirt from Not On The High Street.
Since 1995, the nation’s most beloved soap stars, game show hosts and reality television candidates have graced the red carpet in ode to the goggle-box.And this year, celebrities donned their finest clobber for The National Television Awards at The 02 Arena in London.Holly Willoughby sent fashion followers into a social media spin after arriving in a pastel-hued dress by Elisabetta Franchi while fellow television pal Fearne Cotton gave us a sartorial lesson in ’70s suiting.From Ruth Langsford’s cold-shoulder dress to Laura Whitmore’s highly-covetable Maje suit, these were the best dressed celebrities to grace the red carpet at this year’s ceremony.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: A-list friends Katy Perry, Miranda Kerr and Christina Aguilera support Stella McCartney at SS18 presentationSAG Awards 2018: Margot Robbie, Millie Bobby Brown and Natalia Dyer lead best dressed listCritics’ Choice Awards 2018: Angelina Jolie, Margot Robbie and Natalia Dyer lead best dressed list
10 years ago, the National Television Awards red carpet looked very different. Sure, today’s fan favourites such as Holly Willoughby, Fearne Cotton, Jenna Coleman, Tess Daly and Amanda Holden were all present – but rocking very different looks to the ones they wear today. No surprise there; we all had a different sense of style a decade ago.From Holly’s quiff and bow belt to Sinatta’s lurex dress and Katherine Kelly’s dramatic backless gown, here’s what the celebrities wore to the awards show in 2007.Which look’s your favourite? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.What everyone wore to the Oscars in 1997Golden Globes 2017: Couples who ruled the red carpet
Last night, Britain’s most famous television stars donned their finest apparel and headed to London’s Dorchester Hotel for the annual TV Choice Awards. Favourite look? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.
“Happiness is not a place or a state of mind we will one day reach and bask in forever more” says Fearne Cotton [Photo: Rex]
From Holly Willoughby’s winter white win to Michelle Keegan’s cut-out catastrophe, take a look at which celebs hit fashion high notes at last night’s National Television Awards in London - and which suffered fashion faux pas. Which look’s your favourite? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.
Pals of Ant and Dec turned up at Kensington Roof Gardens in London to celebrate the famous presenting duo’s milestone birthdays.Which look is your favourite? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.
Festifeel is an annual event which raises money for CoppaFeel!, a charity founded in October 2009 by Kristin Hallenga, who was diagnosed with advanced breast cancer aged 23. Curated by Fearne Cotton, this year’s Festifeel (the biggest yet) will take place at House of Vans in London on October 10th 2015, and as ever, will feature an amazing, eclectic line-up, special acoustic sets and workshops. Confirmed on this year’s fantastic line-up are: Billie Marten, Eaves, Woman’s Hour, Reef, Lucy Rose, Slaves, Everything Everything, Mike Skinner and Radio 1′s dance guru Danny Howard. Copyright CoppaFeel! work tirelessly to raise awareness of breast cancer - including knowing the signs and symptoms, how to check your boobs for any signs of breast cancer and how IMPORTANT it is to do so.