Fans of BBC broadcaster Emma Louise Jones can’t get enough of her dance videos on TikTok, where she has become a star. Since she started working for Leeds TV in 2017, the 30-year-old presenter has built a sizable fan base. Jones has established a reputation in the industry by frequently uploading videos of herself dancing with Ross Fiddes. During England’s friendly match against Costa Rica before the 2018 World Cup, she first gained widespread attention. Jones, a native of Cheshire, started off on local radio before transitioning to larger screens. Through her work, she has gained more than 387,000 Instagram followers.
Jones recently shared a video on TikTok of herself and Ross Fiddes dancing before the duo was set to begin presenting Rugby League coverage. There were a ton of comments from fans, many of whom made fun of the fact that they “didn’t even see the other guy.” One second into the video, the man disappeared, prompting some people to speculate that he must be a magician. On TikTok, Jones has over 249,000 followers and frequently publishes videos of herself dancing. Her supporters claim that she is gradually getting better.
Jones’ career is flourishing, and she is currently employed by MOTDx and Premier Sports. She has developed into a social media sensation with a vast fan base. Jones previously admitted in an interview that she accidentally blew her automobile horn due to the size of her breasts. In spite of this, she has persisted in creating waves in the industry and will undoubtedly do so in the future.
@eljonesuk Another week of @Ross Fiddes showing me up with his slick hips 😂 #tiktokdance #rugbyleague #candistaton #foryou #younghearts ♬ original sound – Emma Louise Jones