As an established Television presenter and fashion icon, Louise Redknapp is one of Britain’s best loved personalities and an instantly recognizable face. She has embarked on a successful TV career presenting shows such as SMTV Live, CD:UK, The Clothes Show and BBC’s So You Think You Can Dance.

Louise’s first major presenting role was on the hit ITV saturday morning show SMTV LIVE / CDUK where she joined Ant, Dec and Cat Deeley for a total of 10 shows. Prior to that she had guest presenting slots on BBC’s Top Of The Pop’s and Electric Circus and Channel 4′s Top Ten Girl Bands.

March 2007 saw Louise undergo a punishing 30 day ordeal to expose the ‘Truth About Size Zero’. An in depth observational documentary for ITV1 that followed Louise on a personal journey investigating what it really takes to be super slim. The show was watched by 6 million viewers.

In 2008 she took part in & won a special Sports Relief edition of Celebrity Apprentice in which her diligence and devotion to the cause raised almost £800,000 and she also presented coverage of ITV1′s Soccer Aid with Ant and Dec along with Tim Lovejoy.

2009 saw her front ‘The Truth About Super Skinny Pregnancies’ for ITV1 as part of their ‘Truth About Beauty’ season. She also presented FIVE’s reality show ‘Farmer Wants A Wife’.

2010 after a guest presenting roll in summer 2009 Louise was named the new female co-host of the hit BBC sunday morning show ‘Something For The Weekend’ along side Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer, She fronted the show untill its final show in March 2012. During her time on the show Louise interviewed some of the entertainment industries biggest stars including Jennifer Hudson, Will Young, Debbie Harry, KD Lang, Twiggy and Chris Moyles, she and Tim were even fortunate enough to interview the legendary Vidal Sassoon.

Louise put her love of dance to the test when she joined BBC1′s Hit Dance show ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ as a panel judge for both series 1 and series 2.

In 2012 Louise joined the Panel for ITV1′s Lorraine programme to front the 2012 High Street Fashion Awards.

Summer 2013 saw Louise and Anna Richardson front new channel 4 show ‘How Not To Get Old.’ The show investigated how and why we age as we do, and offered viewers the ultimate consumer guide to the best treatments on offer to keep everyone looking youthful.

In 2016 Louise took part in the 14th Series of The BBC’s number 1 entertainment programme ‘Strictly Come Dancing’. Louise finished runner up behind TV presenter Ore Oduba.