Aliya-Jasmine – MTV News
Aliya-Jasmine Sovani is a television host & producer. She anchors MTV News , and hosts the new hit talk show 1g5g on MTV Networks (in the USA & Canada). Also recognized for her work as the Whistler Reporter for CTV's Olympic Morning show during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic games. Aliya-Jasmine received international recognition including CNN, The View, Jay Leno, and Good Morning America for a Breast Cancer Awareness video she wrote, created, and starred in that went viral called "Save the Boobs." In addition to working on a Gemini Award winning show, and interviewing everyone from Tom Cruise to Motley Crue, her favorite experience thus far was traveling to Africa for an MTV documentary on girls rights in Sudan called "Girls of Lattitude." She also works as a daily correspondent for Toronto's local 24-hour News station CP24. Before working at MTV, "AJ" was a producer at MuchMusic , and has worked in front & behind the camera at BPM:TV, Star! and Fashion Television as well as a freelance writer and professional speaker. She was recently selected as one of HELLO! Magazine's 50 most beautiful Canadians, and the National Post newspaper's Worthy-30 to watch lists.