Rebecca has been recording the latest series of Pop Profiles, a global format which talks about the lives of the biggest pop stars on the planet. Contributing her thoughts she has provided insight on stars such as Ed Sheeran, Jessie J, Janet Jackson and Mark Ronson.
Rebecca achieved the most popular clip in the world on new social platform MyEye following her #filmfriday and #moviemonday posts where Rebecca asks all of her followers to answer a topic on film that week.
Rebecca was featured on The Shard's annual marketing campaign. She has appeared in posters online, and as part of its travel marketing, on everything from Underground posters through to train and other transport marketing in and around London.
Rebecca was invited to join the team at 5 News to watch the Oscar nominations as they happened, then to discuss her thoughts with reporter Ruth Liptrot. She talked about the movers and shakers in the industry and who she believes will be the triumphant winners on Hollywoods biggest night.
Rebecca discussed at length the 2016 Oscar nominations, discussing everything whether or not it is Leonardo Di Caprio's year, the big Mad Max surprise sweeping of the nominations and why Star Wars wasn't nominated for more awards.
On the eve of the 2016 BAFTA Awards, Rebecca discussed with ITV News her thoughts on who will probably win, who should win, and what the chances are for all of the London based artists nominated this year.
Rebecca appeared live on ITV News covering the Golden Globes nominations that were announced today. Giving her expert analysis she focused on the high number of British nominations (in particular actors who were Londoners)giving her predictions for who might do well in the awards race 2016.
Rebecca joined presenter Caroline Barker and Now Magazine's Editor in Chief Mark Frith as they ran down the weeks top stories. Rebecca's segment was focusing on the huge audience buzz around the new DC Comics movie Batman v Superman and why we should be excited for its release in March 2016.