Jodie Prenger

You can hear Jodie sitting in when Paul's away, Sundays 5-7pm

Jodie rose to fame when she landed the role of Nancy in Oliver! after winning BBC One's I'd Do Anything.

She went on to claim the 2010 Whatsonstage Theatregoer’s Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical, and has since played The Lady of The Lake in the Spamalot UK tour, and Dolly in the National Theatre's production of One Man Two Guvnors at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.

Josie also led the search to find a Toto for a gala performance of The Wizard of Oz through BBC1’s Over The Rainbow and she was a regular presenter of The Midweek National Lottery.

In addition to Paul O'Grady, her BBC Radio 2 appearances include Elaine Paige on Sunday, Weekend Wogan, The Chris Evans Breakfast Show, Going Out with Alan Carr, The Olivier Awards and Children in Need.

Her concert appearances for BBC Radio 2 include Thank You for the Music, The Friday Night Is Music Night James Bond Special, The Friday is Music Night King's Lynn Festival Special and The Andrew Lloyd Webber 60th Birthday Party. Other concerts include The RAF Benevolent Fund Gala, and Bryn Terfel’s annual Faenol Festival in North Wales.

Television appearances include Hustle, Candy Cabs, Waterloo Road, This Morning, Food Factory, The Chase, Daybreak, Lorraine, Bargain Hunt Children In Need Special, Let's Do Lunch With Gino and Mel, Tonight's The Night, Born to Shine, Sing If You Can, The One Show, Saturday Kitchen, It Takes Two, The Hairy Bikers, The Alan Titchmarsh Show, The Michael Ball Show, The David Dickinson Show, QVC, BBC’s School Choir of the Year 2010, GMTV, Daily Cook’s Challenge, Loose Women, Children In Need, Guesstimation, As Seen On TV, All Star Family Fortunes, Tonight's the Night and New Year's Eve Live 2008.

She toured with John Barrowman in 2010 and 2011, and can be heard singing So Close on his self titled album.  She also recorded In The Mood for The Very Best of Glenn Miller.

Readers of TV Times voted Jodie their Favourite Reality TV Star of 2008, and her autobiography was published in 2009.