Pips Taylor



Pips is an experienced TV broadcaster & Radio DJ whose positive attitude personifies in everything she turns her hand to. She has racked up well over 4 million views on YouTube through branded content, has over 15k followers on Instagram and Twitter, and worked with some of the UKs’ most well known brands such as MINI, Spotify, Rimmel, Intel, Vodaphone, V Festival, The X Factor, Talk Talk, MTV Spain, Magic, BBCTwo and BBCThree.

Over the years, Pips accumulated a wealth of experience and knowledge. She spent two years as the online presenter for ITV's biggest entertainment show “The X Factor,” where she created fun backstage content with contestants for the live shows. She hosted Google live-streams such as “I’m an X Factor Finalist Get Me Out Of Here” and live hosted the official after party at Wembley Stadium.

As a Radio DJ, she currently presents the “Weekend Slot” on Magic Chilled Radio with guests such as James Bay.  An ex-drummer and music fanatic, Pips has reported at UK and European festivals, and interviewed some of music's biggest names in music, including Iggy Pop, The Gossip and Stereophonics.  Pips also DJs for brands, festivals and events around the world. 

Pips has been a social media reporter for C4’s interactive music show “House Party”, the official reporter for V Festival for two years and the international reporter for MINI. She also co-hosted “Celebrity Bitchslap News,” a BBC Three comedy show, which formed part of their “Feed My Funny” series that was devised by artist Alison Jackson. Pips has also live-hosted Twickenham Stadium with a full capacity of 70,000 for the London Sevens Tournament, hosts the start line for the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile each year and sits front row each season of London Fashion Week. Pips has even modeled in social campaigns for Aspinal, Red Magazine and St Tropez, to name a few, and is often featured in Grazia, Hello and ES Magazine.  

Currently, Pips is developing factual entertainment formats with production companies and developing some exciting new personal projects. 

2017Annie Greene