Amy Willerton is a British Model, TV Personality and Presenter. Born in Bristol, Amy quickly became a star in her hometown. Aged 17 she was crowned Miss Bristol and brought a new leash of life to the pageant title through her charitable campaigns and successful fashion events.
In 2011 Amy was preparing to start university in Cardiff studying Media however plans changed when a major celebrity management company spotted her performing alongside Russell Brand in his ‘Booky Wook II’ tour. Amy was encouraged to compete against tens of thousands of contestants for Katie Price’s new reality TV show ‘Signed by Katie Price’. Teenage Amy went on to win the competition but in a shocking twist Amy decided to turn down the winning contract with Miss Price as she wanted to take her career in a different direction.
Amy moved to London and quickly won the prestigious title of Miss London in a historic year as host city for the 2012 Olympics. Amy started developing her showreel with the world's fourth most watched channel Fashion TV. Her first presenting role was at the Basel World Show in Switzerland where Amy interviewed the CEO’s of luxury brands.
2013 saw Amy win the chance to represent Great Britain in Donald Trump's Miss Universe pageant. History was broken in Moscow Russia as Amy became the first British girl in over 3 decades to place in the top 10. Less than 24 hours after landing into London following the Miss Universe final, Amy boarded a plane to Brisbane and spent the next 24 days living in the Australian jungle as part of ITV1's 'I'm a celebrity - Get me out of here!'. The show received it's highest ever ratings of 13 million. Amy conquered the fierce trials and challenges with ease and won the nation's heart with her strength of character and cheeky contraband antics with her partner in crime 'Betsy the Bag' placing fifth in the competition.
Amy now lives in Central London with her pet Chow Chow, Yogi Bear and Tree Frog, Freddo. In her free time, Amy enjoys skiing, surfing, and spending time with her family in Bristol. She continues to raise anti bullying and female empowerment awareness and support charities such as The Variety Club and especially her disabled younger brother’s charity Milestone's Trust.