Jenni suffers from primary Raynaud's. Raynauds is a disease that effects the blood vessels when in cold conditions.
In January 2005, Jenni hosted the 3-hour live coverage of the Tsunami Concert (Five) with Dave Berry, followed by the Scottish Tsunami Concert with Robbie Coltrane.
Jenni moved to Leeds in 1994 to attend Leeds University.
She has appeared in the English game/lottery show called National Lottery: 1 vs 100 .
Jenni has blond hair and brown eyes.
She is good friends with her co-presenter on Entertainment Today, Ben Shepherd.
She stands 5'9" (1.75 m) tall
In 2006 she began dating Cutting It actor James Midgley.
In 1997, while she was still at university, Jenni began presenting twice weekly strands on the regional magazine show Tonight
She got a presenting opportunity with Les Clips, a BBC Scotland production, which was transmitted on her 19th birthday.
She was voted the Scotman's most eligible women 2003.
In 2005 she travelled to Australia to present I'm a Celebrity, Get me Out of Here for GMTV.
She is set to star in the novel turned movie Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance.
Throughout her career at GMTV Jenni has interviewed stars from the contestants of British talent show X Factor to a Hollywood legend Tom Hanks.
Jenni likes going to the gym to burn off excess energy.
Jenni is a sports fanatic and has participated in skiing, horse riding, hockey, tennis, rowing, and trampolining.
After beeing at Leeds University for a couple of years she decided to stop her degree on hold to get more TV work
In March 1995 Jenni had her first major break in television when she became the co-presenter of BBC Scotland's outdoor and leisure series, The Big Country.
She appeared on Blind Date while at Leeds University.
She won Sport Relief's Only Fools on Horses.
Jenni: (When being asked what was the greatest challenge of your career so far, she replied with) Without a doubt, my first day presenting Big Country (BBC1 Scotland). It was my first assignment and they told me I was going on a tandem skydive - at first I thought they were joking! When I got up there, I had no idea how scared I'd be. I didn't want to jump.In the end, the guy I was attached to had to practically throw us both out the plane. I screamed all the way down, but as soon as I landed, I turned to camera and said how much I loved it! And I did - I just wished I'd known that before!!!
Jenni: (When asked the question if you won a million pounds for a charity of your choice - what would it be, she replied with) I'm patron of a Scottish charity called BC2000 (Breast Cancer 2000) so without a doubt, I'd give it to them. They do an amazing job in raising funds to try and beat this disease that is affecting more and more people. The more we can do to help prevent or even detect it, the better.
Jenni: (Talking about her having Raynauds)I can't allow it to rule my life, but there are times when my fingers go so numb when I'm doing an interview that it's difficult for me to hold the microphone.
Jenni: (Referring to Cirque De Celebrite) One of the advantages of hosting a big show is that you get to have a great outfit and there's 10 shows so that means 10 great outfits.