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24 January 2019, 11:31 | Updated: 24 January 2019, 11:36
Capital Breakfast's Vick Hope is taking on Love Island rival TV show Shipwrecked. Following her success on Strictly Come Dancing, here's everything you need to know including where she's from and her TV career.
Following a successful year in her career, even appearing on Strictly Come Dancing, we take a look at all the important facts you need to know about who Vick is from her education to her height.
Here's everything you need to know:
Well, that's a sure way to make us feel stupid, isn't it? Deciding to explore the world of "word", Vick studied Modern Language at the prestigious University of Cambridge, before hosting a show for MTV in Beunos Aires. Not bad, eh?
She can also speak fluently in French, Spanish and Portuguese.
My bro, in all seriousness and disgust: 'What the hell, Vick! Four years at university and you don't know how to light a fire?!' Correct, G.— Vick Hope (@VickNHope) December 23, 2013
Don't worry - Vick isn't just on your radio. You can spot her as The Voice's digital correspondent, acting ever-so-professional with the likes of will.i.am. (See below.)
She also hosted Sky One's Carnage, alongside Freddie Flintoff and Lethal Bizzle.
Having been a part of the broadcasting industry for years - working with the likes of MTV and Disney Channel - Vick cites the likes of Louis Theroux and Dawn O’Porter as some of her inspirations.
We once got excited because we saw Ross Kemp picking up some noodles in the local supermarket. Meanwhile Vick Hope has rubbed shoulders with some serious A-listers.
She's had some dodgy joke-off's against Anne-Marie, has been pied off by Not3s, and even had Colin Farrell lick prawn cocktail off of her dress.
What had you done by the time you were 29? You probably considered moving out but never really got round to doing it. Vick, on the other hand, now hosts Capital Breakfast alongside Roman Kemp and Vick Hope, at 29-years-old.
Her birthday's on September 25, 1989.
The presenter was born and raised in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, but now lives in London.
Newcastle, you make my heart swell, every time. #homesweethome— Vick Hope (@VickNHope) July 24, 2016
While half of her family is Geordie, her mother's side of the Hope family is actually Nigerian, and they still live in West Africa now.
The pair didn't meet during Capital Breakfast. In fact, Roman Kemp and Vick Hope actually met when they co-hosted ITV2's 2Awesome, where they'd chat to the likes of The Vamps and Pixie Lott.
They also worked together on Red Bull TV's Can You Make It?
If you've got a bucket list, you're going to have to do a hell of a lot to beat Vick's.
After university, Vick used to live in Argentina, working as a journalist there, covering Latin-American current affairs.
She also spent a fortnight in South Africa filming Sky One's Carnage alongside Freddie Flintoff and Lethal Bizzle, as well as climbing Mount Kilimanjaro when she was 18, and jumping out of a helicopter for #CapitalInDubai
Vick claims to be pretty into her sports; especially her cycling. Not only is she keen on the sport, herself, she's also covered biking events for Channel 4, Sky Sports and Eurosport, as well as hosting coverage for Fulham FC TV.
She's also travelled the world with Red Bull, hosting their Flugtag and Soap Box Race.
From an early age - 10 years old, in fact - Vick was asked to be the face of Childline. And even though her mother rejected the offer, that didn't stop Vick, who has gone on to become an Amnesty International ambassador, as well as a human rights activist, having worked with them since she was 16.
Recently, Vick hosted the stage at the Women's March, which she claims is her proudest moment to date.
Before TV and radio, Vick paid her way through university via a series of jobs, including - deep breath:
Working in bars, pubs and restaurants, doing people's online dating for them (no, really!), walking around town handing out nachos, followed by a Mariachi band, working as a hostess in a cocktail bar (where she bumped into a hella load of the Sunderland team), as well as dancing in her friend's art shows in a club in Buenos Aires.
With legs that go on for days, Capital's Vick Hope is a modest 5 foot 7.