She may have done it hundreds of times before but Angela Tsun has admitted to a few nerves ahead of her weather presenting debut with Perth's top-rating news program next week.
Tsun was announced as Seven News' new weekday weather presenter and 4.30pm newsreader after the resignation of fellow blonde bombshell Natalia Cooper last year.
The 30-year-old said she made the decision to defect from Nine to rival Seven because she felt she was ready for a new chapter in her life.
"Not only was it perfect timing with my contract but also perfect timing in that I felt like I wanted a new challenge and something a bit different," Tsun said.
"I've been feeling a little bit anxious about it because it's a new job, new environment, new challenge and a whole new chapter, so that is always a bit scary."
The former model has lived and breathed weather for the past decade, presenting reports on the Foxtel Weather Channel before a stint at Nine.
Inspired by David Attenborough, Tsun sought out experience in the industry to further her dream of presenting wildlife and nature documentaries.
She has since developed into a self-professed "one-woman show" revolving around news, sport and weather.
"I love the whole environment of television and the people who are involved in it," she said.
"News, sport and weather are always changing and I like that every day is different in a sense."Cooper, who joined Nine as a cadet journalist in 2003, recently returned to the station after moving to Sydney at the end of last year.
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