Mollie King rose to fame as one-fifth of the multi-platinum selling girl band, The Saturdays. The last few years has seen her become a Radio 1 DJ, present across flagship TV shows and campaign in Parliament. During her time in The Saturdays, the group sold over 5 million records worldwide, achieving 13 Top 10 singles and 5 Top 10 albums. The band also embarked on four nationwide tours and had three primetime TV series, including Chasing the Saturdays for E! which aired in over 40 countries. In 2018, Mollie turned her hand to presenting and after guest presenting for several weeks on Matt Edmondson’s Radio 1 show, she was offered a permanent role at the station. The duo currently hosts the Matt & Mollie Show every Friday to Sunday. Mollie also presents her own Thursday night show ‘Future Pop,, sharing music from her most loved genre. After only 6 months into her role at Radio 1, Mollie won the silver award for ‘Best New Presenter’ at the 2018 ARIA Radio Academy Awards. In addition to Radio, Mollie has also guest presented This Morning several times, including a month-long stint in the summer of 2018, she’s covered the entertainment slot on Lorraine, and guest presented on Blue Peter. In 2019, Mollie hosted The Greatest Dancer podcast for the BBC as well as presenting at the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards alongside Greg James and Maya Jama which aired on BBC2. Mollie also took part in the 15th series of Strictly Come Dancing in 2017, making it all the way to the semi-finals. In 2022 Mollie landed the coveted role of co-hosting the return of dating show ‘Beauty and the Geek’ which will be streamed on Discovery+. Mollie is a proud ambassador for the Dyslexia Association, a learning disorder she was diagnosed with as a child. Mollie is very passionate about campaigning for early diagnostic tests in schools, as well as funding to support children through education with Dyslexia and spoke about this in Parliament in 2019. Mollie is also a Born Free anti-captivity ambassador, has worked closely with the charity Mothers2Mothers and travelled to Ghana in 2014 with REDD charity to help raise awareness and funds for HIV.