And who better than the housewife's fave, Simon Mayo?

Having presented many times in the late '80s, Mayo came back as a safe pair of hands.

Fearne racked up well over 100 appearances on the show, beaten only by the likes of Tony Blackburn and Peter Powell.

From making over your home to teasing you with the chance of winning thousands of pounds, the lot of a TV presenter is a varied one.

After 15 years on BBC Radio 1 (he signed off with 's 'Ace of Spades', fact fans), Simon made the jump to Radio 5 Live.

And then in 2010 he took over from Chris Evans to present the drivetime slot on BBC Radio 2.

So, it's not too much of a surprise to learn that some presenters also dip into other forms of entertainment - but we're sure you might raise an eyebrow when you discover which of your favourite hosts have not only been singing all these years but also been quite successful at it.

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