Louise Roe (born December 3, 1981) is an English television presenter, model, and fashion journalist. She is notable for hosting BBC's The Clothes Show, E!’s Fashion Police, E!'s Perfect Catch, and the CW TV show Plain Jane.
After studying at Guildford High School, an independent girls school in Surrey she graduated from Durham University with a First Class Honors degree in English literature. Her first job was interning at Elle magazine. In 2007, one of the editors asked her to be on BBC Breakfast. After the show, one of the producers asked her if she would like to be on another television show.
She has written fashion articles for MSN, Elle UK, and various magazines.
She has hosted BBC's The Clothes Show, E!’s Fashion Police, and E!'s Perfect Catch.
She was a guest judge on Britain's Next Top Model and Project Catwalk.
In 2008, she presented the BBC show, Addicted to Boob Jobs. She has also hosted Style Network's How Do I Look, 10 Things I Hate About Me, and Make Me a Supermodel.
In 2009, she hosted E! Sexiest Catch. After hosting The Clothes Show and hosting web segments for Vogue.com, she moved to Los Angeles, California. She appeared in the second season of the MTV show The City. She also hosted the CW TV show Plain Jane.
In 2011, she was an on-air correspondent for E! during its Royal Wedding coverage on Friday, April 29.
On 6 November 2011, she hosted the MTV Europe Music Awards 2011 Red Carped Show at Odyssey Arena in Belfast.
In 2012, she was chosen to replace Elle Macpherson as host of the second season of NBC's reality competition program Fashion Star. The series premieres March 8, 2013.
In October 2012, Louise launched her latest collection of shoes, handbags in collaboration with London-based fashion brand Stylistpick.