The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has announced today that the hosts of the British Academy Children’s Awards on Sunday 25 November will be Marvin Humes and Rochelle Humes.
DJ, producer and broadcaster Marvin Humes, who can be heard DJing every weekday evening on Capital, will co-host this year’s British Academy Children’s Awards alongside singer and television presenter Rochelle Humes. After achieving chart success with pop group The Saturdays, Rochelle Humes can now be seen co-presenting ITV’s This Morning alongside Phillip Schofield. This will be Marvin and Rochelle’s first time presenting the British Academy Children’s Awards.
The news follows last week’s announcement that 13 year-old Daniel McGovern, winner of the BAFTA’s Young Presenter competition as seen on ITV’s The Big Audition, will be involved at the British Academy Children’s Awards, where he will report behind the scenes, interview celebrities, and also go on stage to present one of the prestigious awards.