EMMA COX is one of Fleet Street's premiere showbiz journalists.
During seven years on The Sun, she has written about and interviewed some of the biggest stars on the planet.
In that time, Emma has built up an incredible book of contacts from A-list celebrities, through to leading agents and PR agency heads.
She has also amassed an encyclopaedic knowledge of the celebrity world and is a regular contributor to television and radio news programmes and panel shows.
Emma began her Fleet Street career at the Sunday Mirror where she earned a nomination in the Press Awards as Young Journalist of the Year for her work as TV Editor.
She moved to The Sun in 2003 and has worked as Deputy TV Editor, TV Features Editor and Senior Feature Writer. She also wrote the much talked about and waspish BB Bitch and Black Widow columns, and became the only staff writer ever asked to cover for the paper's famed TV critic, Ally Ross.
Emma most recently used her wealth of showbiz experience to play a crucial role in the creation of The Sun's acclaimed Buzz celebrity and TV magazine, from its early days as the top secret 'Project Vibe'.
She has made regular appearances on, amongst others, Sky News, Five News, BBC Radio 4's Media Show, Five Live, Richard and Judy, Big Brother's Big Mouth, Big Brother's Little Brother, and I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here...Now!
Emma also has experience of media training, providing sessions for PR and TV companies including Sky.
Some days, I groan with back ache as I spend hours upon hours transcribing interviews. Other days, I get to sit in a swanky London hotel and chat to the lovely Lorraine Kelly about penguins. Those are the days I … Continue reading →