Scarlett has become a regular on TV screens after making the public laugh with her quick-witted humour on GOGGLEBOX before crowning her Queen of the Jungle on I'M A CELEBRITY.
Her warmth and bubbly personality has led Scarlett to land her a number of presenting roles, including working with Ant and Dec on SATURDAY NIGHT TAKEAWAY (ITV), 2 series of EXTRA CAMP (ITV2) & CELEBABILITY (ITV2). Her success in these roles led her to take on Davina McCall’s previous position as host of dating show STREETMATE and to work alongside Dermot O'Leary on the National Television Awards.
Scarlett released her debut book ‘Scarlett Says’ in 2016, which topped the Sunday Times Number 1 Bestsellers list. She followed this up with her second book, ‘Me Life Story, Sofa So Good’.
Scarlett and her family starred in the hugely successful Channel 4 documentary THE BRITISH TRIBE NEXT DOOR where the Moffatt family moved to live with a tribe in Namibia for a month. It was one of the most talked about shows in 2019 and won a 2020 RTS Award.
In 2020, Scarlett launched her own chart-topping podcast for BBC Radio 1 (BBC Sounds) all about her love of conspiracy theories called Scarlett Moffatt Wants To Believe. You can also hear Scarlett as the host of the popular Ru Paul's Drag Race UK, also for BBC Sounds.
Scarlett's TV credits include Britain's Brightest Family, The Ranganation, Joe Lycett's Got Your Back, Celebrity Game Night, The Great Celebrity Bake Off for SU2C, The Crystal Maze, Richard Osman's House of Games, Would I Lie To You? & The Lateish Show With Mo Gilligan.
She is currently the face of fashion retailer Peacocks and e-commerce website Wowcher.