2014 looks set to be a busy one for Emma Willis. Not only is she continuing as Big Brother's master of ceremonies, but she'll also be stepping into Holly Willoughby's stilettos as host of 'The Voice UK'.
So to get you up to speed on the new darling of primetime telly, here's nine facts to digest in 90 seconds (because top 10s are just too filling).
Emma is married to former Busted star Matt Willis. They met when Emma interviewed him on MTV in 2005, and he later proposed on a romantic trip to Venice. They wed in 2008, and now have two children - Isabelle Catherine and Ace Billy.
She didn't always see herself becoming a TV presenter - she thought she would follow her parents into medicine and work in a hospital.
Emma has modelled for the likes of Gap and Chanel, after she was signed to a modelling agency aged 17, thanks to her mum sending in photos.
Despite only landing the role as the main host of Big Brother in 2014, she has a six year history with the show. She guest hosted 'Big Brother's Big Mouth' in 2007, and later landed her own online spin-off show, 'Big Brother's Big i' in 2010. She was then promoted to co-host of 'Little Brother' for the final Channel 4 series in 2011, before taking the helm of 'Big Brother's Bit On The Side' when the show moved to Channel 5.
During her time as a model, she lived with Sophie Anderton, who entered the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house in August 2014 - which was coincidentally the first series of the show Emma presented.
Did you know that Emma's sleek locks are naturally curly? She spends ages straightening her hair to get it looking so glossy and lovely.
Emma once revealed that her husband often does a dance with his privates to cheer her up when she is feeling low. She told Now magazine in 2008: "If I’m a bit sad or a bit down or it’s the time of the month, he does a little dance. He does the willy dance. He flicks it about." TMI.
As well as hosting 'Big Brother', 'The Voice', 'Girlfriends' and This Morning's 'Hub', Emma has a radio show on Heart FM with 'Britain's Got More Talent' host Stephen Mulhern.
After years of trying to make it big as a presenter, Emma nearly gave it all up when she was left without any work, having to turn to her husband for money. "There are those times when you wonder, 'I don’t think I should do this any more. I’m not working, I don’t know what I should do.' I had to turn to my husband to help me out with money," she told the Daily Mail. "I just felt a bit deflated."