Chi Chi started her journalistic career at the age of 17 as a regular columnist for Girl About Town magazine. A few years later she joined BBC London 94.9 as a researcher, before graduating to become a producer working on the Saturday Sport show, the Jon Gaunt show, Drive, Vanessa Feltz and other programmes. She then left to complete a Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism at City University. Afterwards, she worked at Virgin Radio on their entertainment news team. She also freelanced at Sky News and worked at ITN before returning to the BBC as a reporter for BBC Radio 1Xtra. She also presented their two hour news magazine show, TXU and was the entertainment presenter on the Trevor Nelson breakfast show. She then joined the BBC Radio 1’s Newsbeat entertainment news team, breaking a number of big stories, including doing a week long expose on the ticketing industry which contributed to Newsbeat winning a Sony Gold award. Chi then moved to the Victoria Derbyshire show, with a brief to bring “hard entertainment news stories to the programme”. As well as breaking a story on the controversial police risk assessment form 696, Chi also exposed the connection between Grime music and gang violence in the UK, how Robbie Williams management were charging fans higher prices for tickets on resale sites, despite signing a public notice against them historically. Chi has also worked for the BBC’s Newsgathering team, performing as a Correspondent on a variety of stories for their flagship news programmes, the Six and Ten o’clock evening news, including travelling to Jamaica to cover the Windrush scandal, how Xanax was being used by children as young as 11, plus the Mercury prize winners.