Scouted at 15, Amy Willerton travelled the world modelling for leading brands such as Guess and Karen Millen, by the age of 18 she had won every single beauty pageant title in The UK before winning the much coveted title of Miss London in 2012.
At 21 Amy won Miss Great Britain and became the only British contestant in its 60 year history to make the finals of Miss Universe.
Amy began her broadcasting career covering events for Fashion TV as a teenager.
Then less than 24 hrs after landing into London from filming the Global Beauty Pageant Miss Universe - Amy flew to Australia to take part in ITV's primetime show 'I'm a Celebrity Get Me out of Here!'
Amy was an overnight hit and her career took off in the USA where she presented 'So you think you can Dance' reaching 75 million households across the USA. After further high profile appearances on Lorraine, Big Brother's Bit on the Side, The Chase, Mastermind and Good Morning Britain, Amy joined the cast of Channel 4's hit show 'The Jump' in Jan 2017 finishing 3rd in the series finale.
Philanthropy and other ventures
Amy is passionate about her charity work. From cycling 500KM across India and running marathons to hosting Gala and Fundraisers; Amy maintains her philanthropy efforts which have led to features on CNN International and BBC World News along with speaking at the debating union at Oxford University.
As ambassador for The National Autistic Society she strives to create awareness and raise much needed funds.