then you're in luck as the Alan Carr doppelgänger has got a brand new job in showbiz baby! Not bad for a girl who comments on East Enders for a living, eh. A remake of Channel 4's show Streetmate, which was previously fronted by Davina Mc Call in the 90's. What we do know is that 2017 is going to be a great year.
The dating show, famously involves eligible people being plucked from the ...
The star has been making the most of her time on the show to learn from the best, fan favourite presenters Ant and Dec.
She said: 'Ant and Dec have given me a lot of confidence, they keep telling me to be me and it's so nice to hear my heroes say that.'They’ve been helping me with autocue and talkback.
She is following famously in Davina Mc Call and Holly Willoughby's footsteps as she hosts a brand new series of the cult Channel 4 dating show, Streetmate.
Since winning the title of Queen of the Jungle Scarlett has landed some huge presenting gigs including a part alongside fellow Newcastle lads Ant and Dec on their Saturday Night Takeaway, but if the reactions to Streetmate are anything to go by this could be her most perfect fit yet.
Viewers of the show took to Twitter to rave about Scarlett's 'down to earth' way of hosting the show and the general overall reaction was that people LOVED the shows new incarnation.
I remember watching Davina on Streetmate when I was younger and thinking, 'Females can present entertainment shows too.And everyone talks on social media now so to bring people back face to face is great.'Streetmate first aired on Channel 4 from 1998 to 2001 with the bubbly Davina at its helm, before returning on ITV2 in 2007 fronted by Holly.Scarlett Moffatt was on Lorraine today discussing her new presenting career as host of rebooted show Streetmate.A few years on and we’ve seen couples get very flirty in the Love Island villa, be charmed by bearded Maitre D, Fred Sirieix on First Dates and try everything they can to avoid a blackout on Take Me Out. More: Gogglebox’s Scarlett Moffatt set to land another HUGE new book deal During the episodes Davina would ambush a bunch of unsuspecting singletons before attempting to find them romance – once she’d bagged them a date, the lucky pair would come back and tell us all about their evening. Posting a photo on her Twitter page, Scarlett shared all the details with her 537k followers along with the caption: While we don’t know the exact time the new show will air in the UK – because the release date hasn’t been announced yet – we DO know it’ll be on our screens later this very year which means we only have a few short months to wait. When it does make a much anticipated comeback, Streetmate will be shown on it’s original home of Channel 4.But now our dating-show prayers have been answered after it was revealed 90’s classic, Streetmate would be returning for a brand new series this year – with Gogglebox fave Scarlett Moffatt as the host. Read: All the Latest Celebrity News The show recently made a comeback for For those of you who need reminding, Streetmate was the iconic show which saw telly star Davina Mc Call frantically trawl the streets looking for a random member of the public to set up with another random member of the public…