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Fearne Cotton on finding her Happy Place and what’s next for the wellness brand

The Drum sits down with Fearne Cotton to hear how she has been happily growing her Happy Place company and what plans she has in place for the multi-faceted wellbeing brand. Famed for fronting some of British TV’s biggest shows, Fearne Cotton has taken a step back from the small screen in recent years. As the one-time face of Top of the Pops, Celebrity Juice and the Xtra Factor tells The Drum: “I don’t know how people stay in the entertainment world their whole lives.”
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Fearne Cotton: 'Love Yourself And Everything Else Will Sort Itself Out.'

Struggling with the winter blues? You’re not alone. After a disrupted Christmas and another month of soaring bills, we’re feeling the hangover – with experts warning that the pandemic will impact our mental health for some time to come. So, what better moment to give up punishing ourselves, says broadcaster and author Fearne Cotton.
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Fearne Cotton reveals stunning hair transformation

Fearne Cotton has revealed a stunning new hair transformation on Instagram and the star looks fantastic. Taking to the social media platform, Fearne revealed her new hair to fans, saying: "Gone pink in honour of my mate Lyndell. I’m thinking of you Lyndy and promise to seek the colour and fun in life always."
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Fearne Cotton says she quit BBC as it was ‘ruining her mind’

Fearne Cotton has revealed she quit BBC Radio 1 as the job was “ruining her mind”. The former TV regular parted ways from the station in 2015, having presented the Radio 1 Chart Show since 2007, and then her own daily show since 2009. She also departed the long-running panel show Celebrity Juice in 2018, and has since moved into the health and wellness space.
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Fearne Cotton: ‘My six strategies for keeping calm in a chaotic world’

At Stella Live 2021, Fearne Cotton spoke about dealing with the anxiety and depression that led her to quit her jobs on Celebrity Juice and BBC Radio, and opened up about what it was like to be ‘sunny, happy, entertaining and funny’ in her job when in reality she ‘felt the opposite of all of those things’.
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Fearne Cotton reveals she messages trolls to try and ‘understand them’

Podcaster and radio presenter Fearne Cotton has revealed that she sometimes messages trolls back in an attempt to understand them.Speaking on an episode of Bryony Gordon’s podcast, Mad World, the 39-year-old talked about life in the public eye and being the target of nasty online trolls.Cotton explained: “It’s human nature to focus on the negative, we all know that. And if you are in a public position, you just get that magnified.”The broadcaster revealed that she finds the name-calling from trolls difficult to cope with and says it’s “unrealistic” to be able to ignore it.Instead, she occasionally does “little experiments”...
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Fearne Cotton: ‘I’m an easy target for trolls, but I’d rather understand them than get upset’

Author and radio presenter Fearne Cotton privately messages her social media trolls to see if they stand by their cruel words, she has revealed. Cotton, 39, says it is “unrealistic” to expect celebrities to simply ignore their online tormentors, as recommended by the “Don’t Feed the Trolls” campaign, pushed by figures Gary Lineker and Rachel Riley.
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Fearne Cotton reveals post lockdown hairstyle with a fresh, face-framing cut

Fearne Cotton has revealed her first post-lockdown hair cut and shared a photo of her fresh style to Instagram. Fearne’s new look is a sleek, face-framing cut with soft feathering and bright, summery blonde highlights. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content...
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Interior Design Masters: Why was Fearne Cotton replaced by Alan Carr?

Interior Design Masters season 1 was presented by Fearne Cotton. However, some changes have been made to the BBC show and fashionista Fearne is nowhere to be seen. So, where is the show’s former host and who is her replacement?. BBC Two’s Interior Design Masters is back for a second...
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