Roman Kemp



Roman Kemp is a standout figure in the realm of broadcasting in the country. He boasts an impressive resume, having served as the host of Capital FM's breakfast show for a remarkable five years. Prior to this role, he enjoyed successful stints with his evening daily show and a mid-morning Sunday slot on the station, both of which garnered significant popularity.

His interviewing prowess is well-recognized, having engaged with some of the entertainment industry's most prominent figures, including the likes of Justin Bieber, Calvin Harris, Ariana Grande, and Ed Sheeran.

In 2019, Roman Kemp reached the finals of "I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here." Before that, he was introduced as a member of The X Factor presenting team and subsequently took the reins of his own segment on the live Xtra Factor ITV2 show. He has further expanded his horizons by hosting prestigious events such as the TV Baftas, numerous film premieres, and The Global Awards for three consecutive years.

In 2020, Roman, alongside his father Martin, ventured into morning television with their ITV show "Sunday Best," which made a return in 2021 as "Weekend Best," now airing on both Saturday and Sunday mornings. This revamped version promises more guests, engaging segments, and heightened excitement. Additionally, they have made appearances on Celebrity Gogglebox for the past three seasons.

Last year, Roman embarked on one of his most significant endeavors yet – presenting his own documentary, "Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency," which aired on BBC One. This deeply raw film delved into the critical issues of male suicide and mental health.

Most recently, Roman unveiled his upcoming book, "Are You Really OK?" It draws from his own life experiences and mental health journey and is set to hit the shelves this October.

In 2022, Roman secured a regular hosting role on BBC's "The One Show" and took the helm of BBC's coverage for the Platinum Party at the Palace. His influence extends beyond broadcasting, as he has been featured in publications like GQ and Men's Health, and his insights have been sought after in articles for The Times, The Telegraph, and the Evening Standard. Roman is undeniably the voice of his generation, and his future endeavors promise even more to come. Notably, he has lent his voice to the UK series and the Global series of "Takeshi's Castle" and made appearances on BBC1's "Michael McIntyre: The Wheel," "Would I Lie To You," and "Celebrity Juice." Roman has also collaborated with top brands and supported charitable causes such as Sport Relief, Topman, EE, Cadbury, Absolut, and Coca-Cola.

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