She never fails to turn heads with her trendy sense of style.
And Vick Hope wowed in a colourful floral summer minidress and black leather boots as she attended The British Podcast Awards on Saturday.
The presenter, 36, was joined by her new dapper BBC Radio 1 co-host Jordan North, after the pair landed the prestigious Drivetime slot.
Wow! Vick Hope, 30, turned heads in a colourful floral summer minidress and black leather boots at The British Podcast Awards on Saturday
Vick wore a figure hugging orange, purple and green floral dress, embellished with stylish puff sleeves and a high neck.
She completed her look with heeled ankle boots and wore her raven locks in curls.
Jordan, 31, looked smart in a beige tailored suit paired with a buttoned down white shirt and stylish white trainers.
It comes after the stars recently announced they would be taking over Nick Grimshaw’s BBC Radio 1 Drivetime show.
Stunning: The radio presenter wore a figure hugging orange, purple and green floral dress, embellished with stylish puff sleeves
New show: Vick was joined by her new dapper BBC Radio 1 co-host Jordan North after the pair were announced as the new presenters of the drivetime slot
Dapper: Jordan, 31, looked smart in a beige tailored suit paired with a buttoned down white shirt and stylish white trainers
Nick departed from Radio 1 after 14 years at the station in the latest ‘diverse’ line-up reshuffle from the BBC.
Speaking on his show, Nick said of his exit: ‘I have some news guys, some big news. It’s big news for me to announce. I want to do it at the start of the show otherwise I’ll be weird for the next two hours.
‘I’ve been thinking about it for a little while, after 14 years of working here I’ve made a big decision.’
Nick went on to say how he has kept his exit a secret and hasn’t ‘told anyone’ as he wanted to let his listeners be the first to know.
Style: Vick completed her look with heeled ankle boots and wore her raven locks in curls
He said: ‘It a huge decision, an exciting one and a happy one. It’s something I’ve given a lot of thought. Radio 1 is home to me. It’s the only station I’ve wanted to work.
‘I was thinking the past 18 months have been the most surreal moments ever. A lot of you guys, you take stock in times like this and look at your life. I looked at mine and I wanted to make that change.
‘My childhood dream was to work on Radio 1 and I have been lucky enough to make that dream come true.
End of an era: Vick and Jordan are set to replace Nick Grimshaw in the Drivetime slow, after he announced he’s quit Radio 1 after 14 years at the station (pictured in 2018)
Statement: Nick also took to Twitter to confirm his exit after speaking about it on his show, gushing that it was a ‘childhood dream’ to work on Radio 1
‘It has been everything I’d imagined and even more. I grew up wanting to connect with people and to feel accepted and the Radio 1 listeners gave me that and let me be part of their daily life, for which I will be eternally grateful.
‘But over the last few months I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about my future and after 14 years, I’ve made the decision that it’s time for me to move on – I’d like to thank the listeners as without them none of this could have been possible and the Radio 1 family, who have been such a huge part of my life. Thank you thank you thank you.’
It comes as insiders told MailOnline Nick’s decision to leave Radio 1 ‘isn’t about money’, but because he wants a new challenge.
Bring it on: Grimshaw said the pandemic made his reassess his life and feel ready for the next chapter (pictured presenting the show from his living room last month)
Exit: It comes after Annie Mac announced she is leaving BBC Radio 1 after 17 years back in April
A source said: ‘It’s not about the money. He’s done Drivetime, the Breakfast show, hosted late night but now he’s stepping away from radio as he wants a new challenge.
‘Nick’s loved every minute of his time at Radio 1 and loves broadcasting. He will still be starring on Celebrity Gogglebox.
‘He has been at Radio 1 for 14 years and wanted a change.’
BBC bosses have chosen I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! runner-up Jordan, 31, and Vick, also 31, to replace him on the airwaves in the afternoons, starting from Monday, 6 September 2021.
New host: Following Nick’s announcement, Vick shared this snap of herself coming up Radio 1’s elevator with the caption ‘incoming’
Radio 1: Vick replaced Cel Spellman to co-host Life Hacks and ‘Official Chart: First Look’ alongside Katie Thistleton on BBC Radio 1 last August
Vick – who joined Radio 1 in September 2007 -replaced Cel Spellman to co-host Life Hacks and ‘Official Chart: First Look’ alongside Katie Thistleton on BBC Radio 1 last August.
Landing the role, former Capital presenter Vick said: ‘What a madness! Drivetime!
‘I love Radio 1 so, so much, having grown up tuning in religiously every single day, it means the world to be taking the reins at home-time with the phenomenal Mr North.
‘Grimmy is an absolute legend of the game, thank you mate for every laugh you’ve sent rippling through the country.
‘Taking over Drive is a task we won’t be taking lightly, but Jordan and I are ready to put our all into making your journey home that little bit brighter.’
Jordan, meanwhile, appeared as a cover presenter on Radio 1 from 2014, and four years later was announced as the new host for the station’s Greatest Hits show on Sunday mornings.
14 years: Grimshaw joined BBC Radio 1 in 2007 presenting the BBC’s youth strand Switch with close friend and fellow DJ Annie Mac (pictured in 2018)