Fearne Cotton quits Celebrity Juice after 10 years of complete fun as team captain
Celebrity Juice is losing one third of the dream team and it feels like things wont be the same again.
Yes, Fearne Cotton has announced her departure from the ITV2 panel show after 10 years of complete fun.
The 37-year-old is said to be heading in a new direction with her career, leading us to wonder whether fellow panelist and BFF Holly Willoughby, 37, will be far behind.
Fearne told The Mirror in a statement: After ten years of complete fun I have decided to leave Celebrity Juice.
It has been a joy to be part of this magnificent show and I wish the team the very best in future series.
A representative for Fearne Cotton has been contacted by Metro.co.uk for comment.
Fearne has been a team captain on Keith Lemons comedy show opposite telly best friend Holly since 2008.
Its not yet clear whether This Mornings Holly, who has just wrapped a guest presenting role on Im A Celeb, will decide to stay on the panel show in her absence, and hasnt been confirmed who will replace Fearne.
Mum-of-two Fearne is reportedly switching her focus to a new BBC series called Project Interiors, airing on BBC Two in spring 2019, The Sun claims.
Judged by former Editor-in-Chief of ELLE Decoration magazine Michelle Ogundehin, the competition will see fledgling designers compete for a life-changing design contract.
The eight-part series will also enlist the help of design gurus Mary Portas, Jade Jagger and Matthew Williamson as specialist guest judges.
Fearne said: With such a love of interiors, art and design this show couldnt be any more up my street.
The designers on the show are so talented, so its going to be really creatively inspiring with loads of wow moments.
Fearne is also mum to five-year-old son Rex and daughter Honey, three, and recently became a best-selling author with the release of Happy and the follow-up, Quiet.
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