Josie d’Arby will be back on screens this week as she appears in Richard Osman’s House of Games.
The 49-year-old Life Drawing Live presenter will appear alongside comedians Jayde Adams and Rufus Hound as well as Radio 1 host Scott Mills as she takes part in a series of quizzes throughout the week.
Josie started out presenting children’s television shows on CBBC, then hosted Top of the Pops and Bigger Breakfast, a Big Breakfast spin-off.
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These days she’s best known for presenting music shows like Songs of Praise, The Proms and the BBC’s Young Musician of the Year, but she’s also dabbled in acting, with roles in Miranda and Spoons. .
But before making it big, the Newport-born presenter was actually in a relationship with Hollywood superstar Gerard Butler.
Josie and Gerard, now 52, briefly dated in 2005, with the Scottish actor going on to launch an impressive film career.
Some of his biggest roles have been in movies like The Bounty Hunter, How to Train Your Dragon, and London Has Fallen.
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His upcoming projects include Den of Thieves 2, Afterburn and Greenland: Migration, all of which are currently in pre-production.
He has had an on-going relationship with property developer Morgan Brown since 2014.
Meanwhile, Josie dated actor Joseph Fiennes (brother of Ralph Fiennes) around 2006, but has since kept her personal life out of the spotlight.
Richard Osman’s House of Games airs weekdays at 6pm on BBC2
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