The presenter was bowled over by Blue Peter, bewitched by Boticelli and mesmerised gaby diaz dating Madonna. And you won’t believe how many times she’s watched Grease! TV is my first love.
When I was little my dad, who worked for the BBC, took me to Television Centre. My favourite all-time gig was Madonna’s Blonde Ambition tour at Wembley in 1990. It was like musical theatre. My husband’s an ex-punk but I love show tunes.
I love discovering new artists. I saw Sam Hardy busking in Knightsbridge. He’s a big guy who was in a heavy metal band but turned to Spanish guitar. From me, that’s a big compliment. I’m going to do this. After that I’d go in whenever possible.
You’re in dressing room Number 5, Ms Roslin. The day it happened I closed the door and burst into tears. I still watch tons of telly. I’m glued to crime drama River with Stellan Skarsgård and Nicola Walker. The best drama of the past months has to be Dr Foster with Suranne Jones as a paranoid wife. The final episode was gripping.
The last West End production I loved was Gypsy. It’s outstanding, it’s got everything and Imelda Staunton is completely mesmerising to watch. But one musical changed my life: Chicago. I first saw it on Broadway while I was on holiday when I was 14 and fell in love with it.