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Television

Lisa Snowdon first presenting role was on MTV UK’s MTV Select. She would later host a number of other MTV shows before moving to do voice-overs on VH1 and host Lisa Snowdon’s All Access for VH1. She took over the role from Lisa Butcher as the “supermodel” judge and host on Britain’s Next Top Model. Snowdon left the show to concentrate on her radio show and was replaced by Elle Macpherson as of season six. This later role led to a series of stand-in and guest presenting roles on British terrestrial television, where in June 2007 she guest-presented the BBC’s Sunday morning show Something for the Weekend, and, in August, Channel 4’s tea time show Richard & Judy alongside David Walliams. In autumn 2007, she was announced as the new co-presenter of Through the Keyhole with Sir David Frost on BBC One. She was a guest panellist on Loose Women in November 2009. She was a guest on the 4th episode of The Real Hustle: Celebrity Scammers where she performed a long con where she had to convince someone that a cheap painting was worth a fortune. The scam was called The Art Attack.

Since 26 April 2014, Lisa Snowdon has co-hosted Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose with Steve Jones every Saturday morning on Channel 4.

Radio

At the end of August 2008, it was announced that Lisa Snowdon as to be the permanent replacement for Denise van Outen on Capital London as co-host with Jonny Vaughan. In January 2010, the pair signed a two-year deal to continue presenting the show. On 1 December 2011 it was confirmed she would remain at Capital. She has been given the nickname ‘Eggy’ on the show by colleague Dave Berry after her penchant for boiled eggs and the smell they give in the studio. On November 13th 2015, she announced that she would be leaving Capital Breakfast at the end of 2015.

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