Scarlett Moffatt

Scarlett has become a regular on TV screens after making the public laugh with her quick-witted humour on Gogglebox before being crowned Queen of the Jungle on I’m A Celebrity.

Her warmth and bubbly personality has led Scarlett to land her a number of presenting roles including Saturday Night Takeaway (ITV), 2 series of Extra Camp (ITV2) and as the regular team captain on Celebability (ITV2) which will be back for another series later in 2022. Her success in these roles led her to take on Davina McCall’s previous position as host of dating show Streetmate and to work alongside Dermot O’Leary at the National Television Awards.

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Scarlett has become a regular on TV screens after making the public laugh with her quick-witted humour on Gogglebox before being crowned Queen of the Jungle on I’m A Celebrity.

Her warmth and bubbly personality has led Scarlett to land her a number of presenting roles including Saturday Night Takeaway (ITV), 2 series of Extra Camp (ITV2) and as the regular team captain on Celebability (ITV2) which will be back for another series later in 2022. Her success in these roles led her to take on Davina McCall’s previous position as host of dating show Streetmate and to work alongside Dermot O’Leary at the National Television Awards.

Scarlett released her debut book Scarlett Says in 2016, which topped the Sunday Times Number 1 Bestsellers list. She followed this up with her second book, Me Life Story: Sofa So Good.

Scarlett and her family starred in the hugely successful Channel 4 documentary The British Tribe Next Door where the Moffatt family moved to live with a tribe in Namibia for a month. It was one of the most talked about shows in 2019 and won a 2020 RTS Award. Scarlett then hosted 30 episodes of the brand new food/dating series Love Bites on ITV2, and her love of dogs landed her the role as host of Crufts Extra, a brand new Youtube series behind the scenes at Crufts.

Recent TV appearances include starring in the brand new series of Pilgrimage (BBC1), Mel Giedroyc: Unforgivable (DAVE), The Ranganation (BBC2) & Rosie Jones’s Trip Hazard (Channel 4).

Scarlett next heads back to Channel 4 for prime time investigative documentary, Britain’s Tourette’s Mystery: Scarlett Moffatt Investigates, which tackles the rise of Tourette’s and tics in young people since the pandemic. She will also be fronting Scarlett’s Driving School, her own 10 part series for BBC1.

In 2020, Scarlett launched her own chart-topping podcast for BBC Radio 1 all about her love of conspiracy theories. Scarlett Moffatt Wants To Believe is now back for a much anticipated Series 4, exclusively on BBC Sounds.

Scarlett’s recent brand collaborations include Amazon Prime Video, National Lottery, Peacocks, Wowcher, Go Ahead & ASDA.