Zoe Hardman wants to host with Caroline Flack
- Bang Showbiz
- 28 March 2013
Zoe Hardman would love to team up with Caroline Flack to present a TV show and put some "girl power" onto the small screen
Zoe Hardman wants to host a show with Caroline Flack.
The 'Take Me Out: The Gossip' co-presenter is keen to team up with her good friend and 'Xtra Factor' host to front a popular programme because she knows the pair would have a great laugh together in front of the camera.
She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I'd love to work with Caroline Flack, she's a good mate and we always have such a giggle when we're together. We need to host a show ... girl power!"
While Zoe is keen to create a female presenting force with Caroline, she enjoys working with Mark Wright on 'Take Me Out: The Gossip' and has become great friends with the former 'The Only Way is Essex' star after working with him on the programme.
She explained: "He's a joy to work with. He and I have become good mates as well as co-hosts and we genuinely get on well ... I think that comes across on screen. He cracks me up and has me in stitches most of days we're in studio! Of course there are times when we wind each other up but we always end up laughing!"
The brunette beauty has recently been working with Asda's Tickled Pink Campaign - which has raised a landmark £30 million over 16 years for two of the UK's leading breast cancer charities: Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Campaign - and she revealed a family tragedy inspired her to get involved.
She added: "My great aunt died of breast cancer and both my mum and sister have had scares with lumps so I really wanted to throw my support behind Asda's Tickled Pink Campaign. I am all about being healthy and raising awareness about things that need talking about.
"I have been brought up to face and fight anything, and having met a lot of women who have been affected by breast cancer and seen how brave they are, this has only inspired me more to get involved when I can."
For further information please visit: your.asda.com/tickled-pink and visit http://youtu.be/cPpW7-y0JIE to see where funds raised are going to help those diagnosed with breast cancer.