Joining a friend for a casting led Holly to land her first job in television when a Production Company were looking for a team of fresh and young presenters to host their new Saturday morning show, ‘S Club TV’.
Holly’s career moved from strength to strength, and in 2003 Holly recorded ‘Call the Shots’ and ‘Xperi-mental’, along with coverage of ‘Fame Academy’ and ‘Xchange’. She then co-presented the ‘Game Star Awards’, ‘Junior Eurovison’, ‘CD:UK’ and the 19 Management Anniversary Party’.
She is currently co-hosting the ITV1 record smash, ‘Dancing on Ice’ with Phillip Schofield. The show has gained in popularity since its beginning in 2006 and is returning for a sixth series in 2011. She presented her own Saturday evening spin-off show, ‘Dancing on Ice – Make Me A Star’ in 2008. Holly can also be seen alongside Phillip on the hit daytime show, ‘This Morning’. Holly is also presenting the weekly panel show, ‘Celebrity Juice’ alongside her best friend Fearne Cotton and Leigh Francis.
Other television appearances include, ‘Holly and Fearne Go Dating’, the ‘Xtra Factor’, ‘Greased Lightnin’’ and ‘Lip Service’ amongst many others. Holly is also well known as a children’s television presenter with shows such as ‘Feel the Fear’ for CITV. Her hard work was recognised when she was awarded the Children’s BAFTA Award for Best Presenter.
2010 had been a busy year for Holly. Not only did she do her presenting and hosting work but she had also continued designing her clothing range for very.co.uk. She had also written her book, ‘Best Friends Guide to Life’, with Fearne Cotton.