Alison Hammond is an English television presenter, actress and media personality known for her warm, bubbly and infectious personality. She was born on February 5th, 1975 in Birmingham, England, and gained national attention for her appearance in the third series of the reality TV show "Big Brother" in 2002, where she became a fan favorite.
Since appearing on "Big Brother", Alison Hammond has become a regular on UK television, taking on various presenting roles. These include stints on "Strictly Come Dancing", "Loose Women", and "Celebs Go Dating". Recently, Hammond made headlines after being announced as the new co-host of the Great British Bake Off, where she will be joining Noel Fielding for the show's next series.
In addition, Hammond has landed herself a new gig as the presenter of a brand-new BAFTA Studio show, providing viewers an "access-all-areas" experience at the 76th annual BAFTA film awards ceremony. The awards show, one of the biggest nights in the British film calendar, will be taking place at the Royal Festival Hall in February 2023, and Hammond will be hosting the new show offering a fresh perspective on the ceremony.
With over two decades of experience in television, Alison Hammond is undoubtedly one of the most recognizable faces in British television. Her larger-than-life personality, infectious charm, and professionalism have won over audiences the world over, making her a firm favorite with viewers and industry insiders alike.
Alison Hammond confirmed as new co-host of The Great British Bake Off
Alison Hammond has been confirmed as the new co-host of the popular UK-based baking show titled The Great British Bake Off.
The This Morning presenter will be joining comedian Noel Fielding in the next series of the show, replacing Matt Lucas, who could not commit to the show's schedule.
Hammond's confirmation came after several reports had suggested she was in line to host the show. Love Is Blind star responds to cheating allegations
Former Love Is Blind star SK Alagbada has addressed cheating allegations from multiple women on social media during a recent interview with People.
Alagbada and his ex-fiancée Raven Ross rekindled their relationship and appeared in the After the Altar special, but Netflix confirmed they split and Ross revealed that Alagbada had cheated on her.
In his interview, Alagbada confessed to his mistakes and explained how counseling helped him take responsibility and work on himself. Richard E Grant and Alison Hammond announced as hosts for 2023 BAFTAs
British actor Richard E Grant and TV presenter Alison Hammond are set to host the 76th annual BAFTA film awards ceremony, which will take place at the Royal Festival Hall in February 2023.
Grant will host the main ceremony, while Hammond will host a new BAFTA Studio show, offering viewers an "access-all-areas experience".
The nominations for the awards will be announced on January 19. National Television Awards: Ant and Dec's absence and the controversial Best TV Presenter award
The National Television Awards took place on Thursday evening, with ITV's This Morning taking the Best Daytime Show award, and Ant and Dec winning the Best TV Presenter award, despite both being absent from the ceremony due to Covid-19.
The event was hosted by Joel Dommett and opened with a medley of Robbie Williams songs.
Fans and Twitter users were divided over Ant and Dec's win, as the pair have taken home the award every year since 2001.
One of the runners-up, Alison Hammond, took the loss in good humour. Understanding Tics In Children
Tics are sudden, recurrent, semi-voluntary movements or vocalizations that can cause concern in parents if observed in their children.
However, most of these tics are a natural part of development and can be temporary.
Some common tics present in children include shrugging of shoulders, repetitive throat clearing, rapid blinking, bending of the neck, and grimacing.