‘I was there when the Lionesses won the Euros and now I’m the 12th member of the team’

This summer will go down in footballing history as theLionesses represented England and won the Eurosin a very exciting tournament.

The nail-biting finale took place at the end of July and right there in the middle of all the madness and celebrations was presenter ofLionessesLive, Joelah Noble who spoke to OK! about the journey.

Joelah has been a presenter for some years now, but calls hosting Lionesses Live the one of the “proudest” things she’s done to date.

She explained: “It was such a great experience to be able to get to know those players on a more personal level and be able to provide that access to people watching.”

Joelah was lucky enough to be staying with the Lionesses for the duration of the tournament and said that as part of her role she had “full blown, exclusive access onto the player's minds throughout" the whole thing.

She recalls many stand out moments from her time with the team but the most memorable were the ones Joelah said happened by the coffee hut because “those girls really loved coffee”.

The presenter explained that the footballers have a “whole coffee community” and captain Leah Williamson was dubbed as the DJ of the group because of her love for music.


Joelah previously had a channel where she spent time reviewing trainers, so the presenter bonded with footballer and fellow trainer lover Georgia Stanway, leaving her feeling "like the 12th player".

But she joked that she would be around regardless of whether the Lionesses wanted her or not: “I don't know if they wanna keep in contact with me, but at this point they actually have no choice because now we are family. I'm a part of this now.”

Joelah has ramped up the presenting and recently hosted Are You The One? UK and while there are many dating shows being touted, she says the psychology behind this one sold it to her.


“I love it because as well as the drama and the scandal, it digs a little bit deeper.

"It discusses what makes a perfect match, where they've been going wrong. They're all unlucky in love singles, and they need to find their perfect one.”

Following their incredible win, the Lionesses have gone on to be role models for so many and as Joelah looks to her new career, the presenting star says its time to “trust the process and trust within yourself”.

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