Born into a musical family, Becca Dudley is a successful DJ, presenter and personality. A graduate from London College of Fashion, she cut her teeth as an editor and stylist for Fiasco Magazine as well as being a model in her own right – shooting campaigns for, amongst others, Jack Wills and Boohoo. Read More
Becca’s TV career began in 2012 when she was signed up by MTV to front their daily news programme. She quickly rose up the ranks to become the station’s lead presenter, interviewing the world’s biggest music artists, celebrities and beyond – including Pharrell Williams, Cameron Diaz, Bebe Rexha and Stormzy. Becca now fronts multiple shows for MTV including her own music show, MTV Live Stage, while also covering worldwide music events and festivals for MTV International – including the MTV EMA Backstage and Red Carpet shows in 2016 and 2017.
In 2017 Becca joined ITV’s X Factor family, fronting their online and social content and hosting digital spin-off series Xtra Bites. After a successful first season she was invited to host 2018’s X Factor Live Tour, fronting live shows across the UK and Ireland while also presenting ITV2 show The Hot Desk.
Alongside her television work Becca also graces the radio airwaves. She was one of the first brought on board Apple Music’s international station Beats 1, hosting her own slots as well as frequently covering Julie Adenuga’s flagship daily show. Live, you can find Becca DJing at major venues and festivals across the world – recently spinning at Glastonbury and supporting some of the world’s biggest reggae and dancehall acts, including Chronixx, Protoje and Morgan Heritage.
Becca launched her own music platform DEADLY. Born from her life-long love of reggae, dancehall and bashment, DEADLY is Becca’s hub to produce original documentaries, music videos, interviews and live sessions, showcasing the most exciting artists from the UK, Caribbean and more.
As a commercial face Becca is also much in demand and we have already seen her become the face of Ellesse’s Heritage women’s clothing brand, while she’s also previously worked with Aussie Haircare, ASOS and more.