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Lizzie Cundy

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Lizzie Cundy
Born
Elizabeth Miller

Alma materCentral School of Speech and Drama[1]
OccupationTelevision presenter
Years active2008–present
Spouse(s)
Jason Cundy
(m. 1994; div. 2012)
Children2

Elizabeth Cundy (née Miller) is an English TV personality.

Career history[edit]

Cundy appeared on ITV's This Morning on their A Day with a Designer series and regularly appears on debates and features since . She covered the World Cup for GMTV and became one of their main debate specialists.

In 2012 Cundy became the red carpet reporter for ITV2's film review show ITV at the Movies alongside David Bass and James King.

Cundy hosted her own football show called Wags world,[2] and was the main Showbiz reporter for OKTV.

In 2010, Cundy and her husband Jason both won Celebrity Four Weddings, Lizzie faced David Van Day, Katie Hopkins and Francine Lewis. She had a beauty and style column in Town and Country House and a show business column for OK Magazine and the Daily Express. Cundy starred as the main lead in the West End Musical 'WAGS' 2014. She works and features on This Morning show, Good Morning Britain and Alan Titchmarsh and Sky News.

Cundy acted as a "Grid Girl" for Formula 1 racing, and criticised the end of the use of "Grid Girls".[3]

Current work[edit]

Cundy hosts a show called WAGS World on Wedding TV. Additionally, she co-hosts the reality makeover programme called So Would You Dump Me Now? with Sue Moxley also for SKY Wedding TV. She is also filming Sporting Icon WAGS and appears as a guest on This Morning, with more than fifty appearances since 2008 on ITV, and Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side, 2012–present. Lizzie regularly stars on Daybreak. Cundy writes a column for OK! Magazine and the Daily Express. Cundy presents lifestyle show on Sky called London Style.

Cundy is a radio presenter for FUBAR Radio, hosting a weekly showbiz chat show called Access All Areas with journalist Stephen Leng. Cundy has interviewed Jemma Lucy, Aston Merrygold and Lydia Rose Bright.[4]

Personal life[edit]

Cundy married Tottenham Hotspur[5] footballer Jason Cundy in 1994, but they separated in 2010, and divorced in December 2012. They have two children together.[6][7][8] She is a supporter of the Conservative Party.[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lizzie Miller-Cundy." White Management. Retrieved on 3 May 2018.
  2. ^ Kavanagh, Joanne (28 March 2018). "PARTY GIRL Who is Lizzie Cundy and how old is she? WAGS World host who partied with ex-Ukip leader Nigel Farage". The Sun. Retrieved 3 May 2018.
  3. ^ Platt, Gareth (1 February 2018). "Former grid girl Lizzie Cundy says Formula 1's decision to scrap role is 'appalling snobbery'". Talkradio. Retrieved 3 May 2018.
  4. ^ http://fubarradio.com/shows/access-all-areas/
  5. ^ "Jason Cundy Profile, News & Stats | Premier League". www.premierleague.com. Retrieved 25 April 2019.
  6. ^ Brown, Nancy (14 October 2016). "Celebrity traveller: Lizzie Cundy". The Daily Express.
  7. ^ Catt, Lizzie; Higgins, Lisa; Teague, Jack (10 December 2011). "Lizzie Cundy on form". The Daily Express.
  8. ^ Martin, Emer (25 July 2013). "From WAGs to riches: Lizzie Cundy is having the time of her life". The Evening Standard.
  9. ^ Hyde, Marina (7 February 2013). "The Tory fundraising ball that lays bare the crisis facing Celebrity Conservatism". The Guardian. Lizzie Cundy: a rare sighting of a celebrity willing to show support for the Conservative party.

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