Gail has a fear of heights.
Gail used to date Paul Cannings from indie band The Ryes.
In 2006, Gail spent a week as an NHS nurse at Yorkshire's Barnsley Hospital for a documentary.
In 2005, Gail won the Variety Club 'Multichannel TV Personality of the Year' award.
Gail's favourite food is grapes.
Gail's hobbies include shopping and cleaning.
Gail's favourite book is Tales of the City.
She replaced Melanie Skyes as co-host of radio show 'The A List' in 2006.
Gail does boxing and kickboxing to keep fit.
Gail hosted the Sweet Charity event in December 2006.
Gail's bum was projected on to the Palace of Westminster in 1999.
She failed her Accountancy Higher exam as she bunked off to the beach instead.
She attended Edinburgh Acting School.
Gail placed 8th on the FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World in 1999.
She divorced from husband Dan Hipgrave in 2004.
Gail married Toploader guitarist Dan Hipgrave in 2001.
Gail supports Scottish Premier League side Hibernian FC.
Gail's autobiography Laid Bare: My Story of Love, Fame and Survival was published in September 2007.
Gail is 5'4" (1.63m) tall.
Gail has her left nipple periced.
Gail worked in B&Q before becoming famous.
Gail has a 2nd dan black belt in karate.
In 2005, Gail lost all her hair because of alopecia.
Gail has one daughter named Honey, born in 2002.
Gail was born at the Simpson Memorial Hospital in Edinburgh.
Gail: (on the GQ pictures of her infamous bum moment) It slightly upsets me that a bum can upset the nation, but there you go.
Gail: I'm Aries. I'm very stubborn. I tend to get very angry and go - 'Oh it's all going horribly wrong', but it's more that I get angry at myself. I'm very quick to get angry at myself.
Gail: Being a Scot and having my bum projected on to the Houses of Parliament was fantastic. In Edinburgh I got a lot of back slaps. But we Scots can't be smug. Have you seen the new Scottish Parliament building? In architecture terms it is an arse.
Gail: (if she was invisible for a day) I'd hang around the set of Desperate Housewives to see if they all got on. I bet they don't! I'd be nosy and spy on them in their dressing rooms.
Gail: (on her strangest moment) The last time I went camping I woke up with a cow pissing on the tent. I needed a wee and the cow was staring at me. I'm like, 'Go away, stop watching me wee.'
Gail: Usually I trundle about in trainers and baggy jeans, looking about as attractive as a potato.
Gail: (on her bum being projected onto the Palace of Westminster) I didn't know they were going to do that with my bum. I was annoyed. I had to phone my grandad and warn him. But I accept that the exposure did me quite a bit of good, so I can't get too pissed off.
Gail: (on her first job as a runner) I was a total nothing. I cleaned the loos, the cars, ran every errand I had to and didn't let anyone know if I felt badly treated.
Gail: (on her relationships) I've been out for a few dinners and been totally upfront about the fact I'm not looking for a relationship. That definitely puts men off. When I come back from the loo, they've done a runner.
Gail: (on her 30DD breasts) When I was pregnant they were huge and poor Dan was in fear of his life. He thought he'd die in bed. He was like, 'Don't roll over - please!'
Gail: My confidence comes from inside me. If I'm not confident inside me, nothing that I pop on my head is going to make me feel any different.