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Vocal coaches David and Carrie Grant will train celebrities to become part of a Christmas choir - viewers will vote for their favourites.

Kate interviewed David Beckham for BBC Radio 2 on Christmas Day 2008 On 31 December 2008 Kate hosted ITV's live New Year celebrations - Countdown to Midnight from The O2 Arena in London in the company of Take That and the Sugababes.

Kate began her role as the main anchor on ITV's Loose Women replacing Jackie Brambles on 10 September 2009. On Friday 30 October 2009 and Friday 12 February 2010, Kate co-hosted ITV's flagship daytime magazine, 'This Morning' with Peter Andre.

Kate has been confirmed as the host of the Strictly Come Dancing Live Tour in 2010, sharing the role with Amanda Byram.

In 2010, she co-presented the first series of 71 Degrees North alongside Gethin Jones.

Early in her career, she wrote for the Daily Mirror, and was editor of Smash Hits magazine.

Going from strength to strength: Kate only debuted her new 'mystery man' last month - but now the Mail Online has revealed her beau is actor Darren Waight, who was formerly engaged to Hollyooks star Sarah Jayne Dunn She has been single since splitting from her long-term boyfriend DJ Darren Emerson in 2011, but the Strictly Come Dancing tour host was spotted looking cosy with her new beau in Manchester on the day before the Strictly final.

Kate Thornton is an English journalist and television presenter, best known as the first presenter of The X Factor (2004–2006) and for presenting daytime shows including Loose Women (2009–2011) and This Morning (2009–2012, 2014).

But unfortunately in 2011, the star was dropped from Loose Women along with colleague Zoe Tyler due to a slump in ratings - the pair were later replaced by Carol Vorderman and Sally Lindsay.

"It makes you take a long, hard look at yourself so it’s been quite tough at times." "I've hit the kerb a few times in my career but I think that helps when doing a course like this," she added.

"Even if nothing comes of it professionally, it's making me a better journalist, broadcaster and human being." Now with her new retail website, called Career aside, Kate is a doting mother to her eight-year-old son Ben.

But it was her stint on The X Factor which propelled her into the limelight, cementing her all-star status as she comforted failed contestants backstage - giving them the perfect shoulder to cry on.

CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Kate Thorton was the first presenter to host The X Factor During an interview with this year, the bubbly presenter recalled her shock at learning her fate: "That terrible moment of seeing on News At Ten that I'd been sacked was particularly bruising, but the fear of it was worse than the reality." She added: "It had been speculated about for a year, so when it actually happened, it was like, 'There you go.

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