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On January 1st 2017 the UK's eyes were on Sarah-Jane Crawford hosting the final of Channel 5's iconic sport / entertainment commission World's Strongest Man. For Sarah-Jane, co-hosting this entire 2016 series came off the back of shooting an equally exciting production last year when she starred in the hotly anticipated movie 'The Hatton Garden Job' (out April 2017)

In 2015 she hosted "Beyond The Red Carpet - The British Fashion awards, for E!, managing to secure exclusive interviews with fashion roylaty such as Anna Wintour, Karl Lagerfeld, Lady Gaga and Naomi Campbell. 
In the same month she also hosted the Mobo awards for the third year running, live on ITV2 and ITV. 

Sarah-Jane began her career with E! after hosting the Red Carpet show at the BAFTA awards 2015, making her US TV debut.

In 2014 Sarah-Jane became the new host of the Xtra Factor for the first time in 3 years on ITV2. The show launched with a bang at the end of the summer to rave reviews and was the spin off show to the 11th series of the X factor that saw the return of it's creator and most popular judge Simon Cowell.

Her first series hosting the show earned her a Screen Nation award for Favourite female star in early 2015.

The winter of 2014 also saw her make another explosion onto ITV2 when for the second time in her career she hosted the star studded Mobo awards, and doing it this time with Spice Girl and Xfactor Judge Mel B.


Sarah-Jane began her TV career at Channel 4 in 2007 on the trendy E4 Music zone. It was a start that saw her interview huge stars within the worlds of music and film from the Kings of Leon and Usher to the cast of Sex and the City and Robert De Niro.
In later years she became a regular face and voice on MTV and hosted VJ shows such as the Music Alphabet which aired across Europe on MTVNHD and the Red carpet and back stage coverage of the EMAs awards in Madrid on the same network.

In 2009 Sarah-Jane was signed to BBC radio 1xtra andfor over 6 years hosted a number of her own shows including early morning weekend breakfast, afternoon weekends, and most famously her Monday-Friday 1-4pm GMT slot. 

She's also hosted the Surgery on several occasions on BBC Radio 1.
For 3 years running Sarah-Jane also put the huge music event 1xtra Live on the map by hosting it's first ever 4 date tour shows across the BBC Red button on TV. 

In 2010 she co-hosted Uk's Disney Channel show My Camp Rock alongside Nickelodeon's Nigel Clarke making herself a solid name among young viewers.

In the summer of 2013, Sarah-Jane made her mark on BBC3 by co-hosting T in The Park festival with BBC radio 1's Greg James, the first ever Urban Prom at the Royal Albert Hall with Charlie Sloth and the Mobo awards with the revered Trevor Nelson, all before heading off to Australia to be on the celebrity panel of 'Im A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Now' to comment on who was in the jungle on ITV2.

Sarah-Jane's talents also extend to acting and she made her feature film debut as the character Lorna in the film 'It's A lot' which got it's cinema release in November 2013 and she can be heard as a leading voice over artists in the UK lending her voice to adverts such as Max Factor and the MTV Urban chart show which she still hosts.

Sarah-Jane DJ's on a global platform and has performed at major events from London to Hong Kong.

Sarah-Jane proudly supports the Coppafeel charity which encourages women to regularly check their breasts to rule out the early detection of breast cancer after experiencing her own scare in early 2014. She is also a celebrity ambassador of Teens Unite, the cancer charity which supports young adults and teens founded by fashion designer entrepreneur Karen Millen.




  • Feature film: The Hatton Garden Job (Cinema release 2017) 
  • World's Strongest Man 2016 ( Channel 5)
  • BAFTA Awards Red Carpet (E! network) 2016
  • British Fashion Awards (E! Network) 2015
  • BAFTA Awards Red Carpet Show (E! Network) 2015
  • Xtra Factor host (ITV2 / ITV) 2014
  • BBC Radio: 1xtra weekdays host 1-4pm 2009-present
  • The Mobo Awards host (ITV2 / ITV1) 2014
  • Celeb Juice panellist (ITV2) 2014
  • The Mobo Awards host (BBC1/ BBC3) 2013,2014
  • ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now’ Panellist (ITV2) 2013
  • Urban Proms host (BBC3) 2013
  • T In The Park host (BBC3) 2013
  • BBC 1Xtra Live Tour host (BBC) 2011-2013
  • MTV’s official UK top 40/ Urban Chart (MTV) 2009-present
  • ITV’s This Morning pundit (ITV) 2013, 2014
  • Music Alphabet Series (MTV International) 2010
  • My Camp Rock host (Disney) 2010
  • E4 Music (E4) 2007-2009
  • Vodafone Live Music Awards 2007