Angellica Bell (born 24 March 1976) is a British television and radio presenter.
CBBC on Choice Edit
Angellica Bell presented CBBC on Choice for a while beginning in September 2000 through to December 2000. She was often with a co-host called Emlyn the Gremlyn who also presented until April 2001.
Early life Edit
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Born in 1976 of St. Lucian heritage, Bell was educated in Ealing, West London at Notting Hill & Ealing High School. She later earned her BA Honours degree in Politics.
Bell joined CBBC in May 2000. She became the main anchor of shows, including That's Genius!, Xchange, 50/50 and Short Change. She has also presented EastEnders Xtra and So You Think You Can Dance.
From 2004 to 2005, she presented CBBC's The Saturday Show.
She presented Holiday Hitsquad, the BBC travel programme formerly known as Departure Lounge.
On 1 December 2006, Bell announced she was leaving CBBC.
Bell's break into adult-mainstream programming appeared on BBC One where she presented The Great British Village Show, with Alan Titchmarsh and James Martin, which was broadcast in the spring of 2007.
Between 3 to 6 March 2007, Bell appeared on Comic Relief does Fame Academy.
Also in 2007, she presented Dance Xtra for BBC Three and Children in Need.
She is currently one of the reporters on The One Show.
In Autumn 2008, she hosted the CBBC show Election, and the ITV2 reality show CelebAir.
In 2009, she appeared on All Star Mr & Mrs with her then-fiancė Michael Underwood
From May 2010, Bell has presented ITV1's The Zone with Michael. Since 2010, Bell has also presented CBBC's Project Parent.
On 17 July 2011, she appeared as a contestant on Born to Shine. Bell learnt tap dancing but did not make it to the final.
On 23 October 2011, Bell co-hosted Something for the Weekend with Tim Lovejoy standing in for Louise Redknapp.
On 1 November 2011, she was runner-up to Rav Wilding on reality series 71 Degrees North.
On 20 March 2014, she was a guest presenter on The One Show with Matt Baker.
On 21 June 2014, Angellica guest hosted Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose with Steve Jones.
On 31 March 2015, she was a guest presenter on The One Show with Alex Jones.
Personal life Edit
Bell married personal trainer Stuart Amory in January 2007. The marriage ended in July 2008. Bell began a relationship with her former BBC co-star Michael Underwood and they married in New York in December 2010. The couple's first child, Elijah Joseph Underwood, was born on 26 December 2011. In June 2013, she gave birth to a baby girl named Keziah Mae Underwood. In August 2014, Bell was one of 200 public figures who were signatories to a letter to The Guardian opposing Scottish independence in the run-up to September's referendum on that issue.
|2000–04||Short Change||Main presenter|
|2003||That's Genius||Main presenter|
|2005,2014–||EastEnders Xtra||Main presenter|
|2007||The Great British Village Show||Co-presenter|
|Comic Relief Does Fame Academy||Contestant|
|Dance Xtra||Main presenter|
|Children in Need||Backstage presenter|
|2007—||The One Show||Reporter|
|2009||All Star M r & Mrs||Contestant|
|2010||The British Soap Awards||Co-presenter|
|2011||Born to Shine||Contestant|
|71 Degrees North||Contestant|
|Something for the Weekend||Guest presenter|
|2014||The One Show||Guest presenter|
|Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose||Guest presenter|