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Does Fearne Cotton Have Any Pets?

Frank and Simon (Cat)

Fearne Cotton has two cats named Frank and Simon[1].

Keloy and Lula (Cat)

Fearne Cotton also previously had two cats named Keloy and Lula that unfortunately passed away in 2022[2].

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Fearne Cotton Pets


September 3, 1981 (42)

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Fearne Cotton is an English television and radio presenter known primarily for presenting various popular television programs such as “Top of the Pops” and “Red Nose Day” telethons. She became a household name through her work on children’s television and her long-standing career in radio, particularly with BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2.

Cotton’s career began at CITV in 1996, presenting shows such as “The Disney Club” and “Diggit.” She later transitioned to mainstream TV with roles on BBC’s “Top of the Pops” and the ITV2 spin-off show “The Xtra Factor.” Her significant contributions to radio started in 2005 when she joined BBC Radio 1, where she hosted various shows including the weekday mid-morning slot until 2015. In 2016, Cotton moved to BBC Radio 2, where she presented a weekend show. Additionally, she has worked as a voice actress, lending her voice to the character of ‘Sage’ in the UK version of “Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue.”

Throughout her career, Fearne Cotton has collaborated with many prominent figures in the entertainment industry. She co-hosted “Top of the Pops” with Reggie Yates, forming a well-known presenting duo. Cotton worked alongside Holly Willoughby on the ITV show “Celebrity Juice,” a significant aspect of her television career. During her time on BBC Radio 1, she shared the airwaves with DJs like Chris Moyles and Nick Grimshaw. On the “Red Nose Day” telethons, she collaborated with various celebrities, including Lenny Henry and David Walliams. Her participation in numerous charitable endeavors has seen her work alongside figures such as Sir Richard Curtis and Emma Freud. Cotton also worked with Keith Lemon on “Celebrity Juice.”