Everyday we’re edging closer to the annual awards ceremony!
Indeed, things are really heating up! However, we can’t help but continue to shine a light on the presenters who’ve been recognised for their work.
Scarlette Douglas won the hearts of the public after presenting Channel 4’s show ‘The Place in the Sun’. For four years, she developed a presenting portfolio following her transition from musical theatre performing. She became a presenter for MTV News and for the Virgin Media Pioneers at the V Festival. So indeed, her love for the arts and entertainment runs in her veins.
Ade Adepitan is a recognised wheelchair basketball player, who has a skill of presenting. The Paralympian presented a beautiful presentation for Children in Need last year. His record as an athlete as given him the chance to present for the BBC’s ‘The
One Show’ and the Paralympics in Rio last year.
Ayo Akinwolere had his humble beginnings on ‘Blue Peter’. After leaving the iconic children’s show, Akinwolere went on to have TV appearances in ‘Total Wipeout’, ‘Fort Boyard: Ultimate Challenge’, ‘The Great British Bake Off‘ and ‘Inside Out’. To date, he became a presenter for the ‘BBC The Travel Show’.
Naga Munchetty was the popular face on BBC’s World News and Breakfast Morning. Besides her regular obsession with golf, Munchetty was a contestant on ‘Strictly Come Dancing.’