Tess Daly

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Helen Elizabeth "Tess" Daly (pronounced "daily") (born 27 April 1969) is an English television presenter. She is married to the presenter Vernon Kay.

Early life

Daly was born to Vivian (1932-2003), who died of emphysema, and Sylvia Daly and grew up in Birch Vale near New Mills, Derbyshire. She attended Hayfield Primary School and New Mills Secondary School. She has a younger sister, Karen.


In 1990, Daly appeared in two Duran Duran videos for the songs "Serious" and "Violence of Summer ", both from the album Liberty. She also appeared in the video for The Beloved's 1993 song "Sweet Harmony".

After working as a model, her first television appearance was in 2000, when she hosted the 'Find Me a Model' competition on Channel 4's The Big Breakfast. Since then, she has presented shows including Singled Out, Smash Hits TV, SMTV Live, Back To Reality, the first series of Make Me a Supermodel (with Dave Berry) and Strictly Come Dancing, which she has co-hosted with Bruce Forsyth in all seven series to date. Daly missed a couple of episodes in Season 2 due to being pregnant with her first daughter; Natasha Kaplinsky, the first series winner, took her place but she later returned. She is a possible contender to replace Samantha Harris as the co-host of the American version, Dancing With the Stars.

Recently, she has also hosted This Time Tomorrow, the National...
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