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Genres  Pop, R&B
Height  1.73 m
Name  Stacey Solomon

Years active  2009–present
Instruments  Vocals
Albums  Shy
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Birth name  Stacey Chanelle Charlene Solomon
Born  4 October 1989 (age 26) Dagenham, London, England (1989-10-04)
Occupation(s)  Singer, television presenter, reality television star
Labels  Conehead UK (2010–present)
Role  Singer · staceyxsolomon.com
Children  Zachary Solomon, Leighton Barham
Books  Stacey: My Story So Far, Walk on By: A Celebritease Novel, Walk The Line Paperback
TV shows  The X Factor (UK), I'm a CelebrityGet Me Out of, The Love Machine, Sing If You Can
Similar People  Steve‑O, Stacey Dooley, Joe McElderry, Declan Donnelly, Joe Swash
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Stacey Chanelle Charlene Solomon (born 4 October 1989) is an English singer and television personality. She rose to fame on the sixth series of The X Factor, coming third overall on the show. She gained a number one single on both the UK Singles Chart and the Irish Singles Chart when her fellow The X Factor finalists released a cover of "You Are Not Alone".

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Solomon won the tenth series of reality television show I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! and was named "Queen of the Jungle". Her debut single, a cover of "Driving Home for Christmas", was released on 19 December 2011. Solomon released her debut album Shy on 18 April 2015, followed by the single "Shy".

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Although Solomon was made famous by becoming a singer, she is now also a popular TV personality and presenter. In September 2016, she began appearing as a panellist on Loose Women and in November of the same year she began presenting I'm a Celebrity ITV2 spin-off show I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!: Extra Camp alongside partner Joe Swash, Vicky Pattison and Chris Ramsey.

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Early life and career beginnings

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Solomon was born in Dagenham, East London, the daughter of Fiona (née Nash), a nurse, and David Solomon, a photographer. Her father is from a Jewish family that had emigrated to Britain from Iraq and Poland. Her mother was born into a Church of England family (the daughter of a vicar), and had converted to Judaism before marrying Stacey's father. Her parents divorced when she was nine. She attended King Solomon High School.

2009–10: The X Factor

In 2009, Solomon auditioned for the sixth series of The X Factor, performing "What a Wonderful World". Solomon was among the top 12 contestants and advanced to the live shows and was mentored by Dannii Minogue. During the first week of the live shows she performed Coldplay's "The Scientist", which gained positive reviews from the judges. During week two, she performed "At Last", receiving the most public votes. She sang "When You Wish Upon a Star" during the third week. On the fourth week, all contestants had to sing rock songs; Minogue selected "Somewhere Only We Know", and Solomon's performance resulted in positive reviews. On the fifth week, she sang "Son of a Preacher Man". The sixth week into the competition, Solomon sang Queen's "Who Wants to Live Forever". During the sixth week, she also released a cover of Michael Jackson's "You Are Not Alone", which topped the charts on the UK Singles Chart and the Irish Singles Chart On the seventh week, she performed "I Can't Make You Love Me" and again received positive reviews from the judges and the audience. In the eighth week of the competition Solomon performed "Rule the World" by Take That and "Something About the Way You Look Tonight" by Elton John. In the semi-final she performed another Michael Jackson song, "The Way You Make Me Feel", and the song "Somewhere" for which she received a standing ovation again by the judges. During the final week, Solomon performed a duet "Feeling Good" with Michael Bublé. She also performed "What a Wonderful World" and "Who Wants to Live Forever". Solomon was awarded third place in the competition, behind Joe McElderry and Olly Murs.

Solomon went on tour with her fellow X Factor finalists. In December 2010, she returned to the show, where she presented the show from Essex for winner, Matt Cardle.

2011–16: Shy

In June 2011, Solomon began working on her debut album, due to be released in 2012. Her first single from the album was originally to be released in February, but was delayed. On 5 November 2011, Solomon performed to thousands as the headline act at Paisley's Christmas Lights Switch On event. In September 2011, it was reported that Solomon was in a bidding war between record labels. However, she stated that she will have complete control. She was also asked to join The Only Way Is Essex, but turned it down.

On 18 December 2011, Solomon released a cover of Chris Rea's "Driving Home for Christmas" as her Christmas single. The single was used for the Iceland Christmas commercial and reached number 27 in the UK Singles Chart. In June 2012, she said she recorded a number of singles with an album planned in September 2012, but later moved that release date to February 2013, and then to November 2013.

On 29 November 2013, Solomon was announced as the headline artist to lead a choir of over 110,000 primary school children. She joined the Young Voices tour, which took place from 14 January to 5 February 2014 in Birmingham, Sheffield, London and Manchester. The singer performed tracks from her forthcoming debut album on the tour, scheduled for release in 2014. Her debut album Shy was released in April 2015 along with the title track "Shy". In 2016, she released her second single from the album, "My Big Mistake".

Television career

Solomon took part in the tenth series of the reality show I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! She beat Shaun Ryder in the final and was crowned "Queen of the Jungle". She gained 80.07% of the public votes.

In 2011, she became the face of supermarket Iceland, taking over from Coleen Nolan. Solomon performed a duet with Ryder at the 16th National Television Awards – "Feeling Good" and "Step On" by Happy Mondays. In October 2010, she won the Living TV show Party Wars.

In April 2011, Solomon and Keith Lemon presented Sing If You Can.

From 11 March 2012, Solomon and Chris Moyles presented Sky Living's dating show The Love Machine . In Spring 2012, Solomon starred in an episode of Mad Mad World on ITV with Eamonn Holmes and Stephen K. Amos.

From 5 September 2012, Solomon was part of the judging panel for ITV2's Top Dog Model.

From February 2015, Solomon took part in the second series of The Jump and was eliminated on 4 February.

Throughout Summer 2016, Solomon appeared several times as a guest panellist on ITV daytime show Loose Women. It was later announced that she would become a regular panellist alongside Lisa Riley after Vicky Pattison and Jamelia left the show.

On 22 September 2016, it was announced that Solomon would take over from Laura Whitmore and become co-host of newly named I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! spin-off I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Extra Camp alongside Vicky Pattison, Joe Swash and Chris Ramsey.

On a celebrity special of The Chase aired on 30 October 2016, Solomon won £60,000 in her individual chase, opposing Anne Hegerty (The Governess).

On 25 June 2017, Solomon appeared as a guest on ITV2's Love Island After Sun; a chat show companion show to Love Island. She also took part in a celebrity edition of The Crystal Maze on Channel 4.

References

Stacey Solomon Wikipedia


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