Stacey Solomon is a singer, television personality and reality TV star, who shot to fame in 2009 after beating thousands of hopefuls to become a finalist on the hugely popular contest show The X Factor, performing What a Wonderful World. With her charming smile and bubbly personality, Stacey has segued into the world of popular music and television with relative ease, and has become a highly respected professional performer in the process.
Since appearing on the X Factor, Stacey has successfully combined her music career with a growing portfolio of TV appearances and advertising work. In 2011, she released a cover of Chris Rea's Driving Home For Christmas as her Christmas single. The track was used by Iceland supermarket for their Christmas commercial and subsequently reached number 27 in the UK Singles Chart. This led to Stacey becoming the face of Iceland's commercials, taking over from Coleen Nolan.
Stacey's debut album Shy was released in 2015, with the title track released as a single at the same time. In 2016, Stacey released her third single, My Big Mistake.
Following up from her success on X Factor, in 2010 Stacey won the tenth series of the reality show I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here, beating Shaun Ryder. Crowned Queen Of The Jungle, it was revealed that she had gained over 80% of the public votes. In 2016, Stacey returned to the show, not as a contestant, but as a co-presenter of the ITV2 spin-off I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!: Extra Camp, alongside Joe Swash, Vicky Pattison and Chris Ramsey.
Stacey's other TV credits include Sing If You Can, The Love Machine, Mad Mad World, Loose Women, Top Dog Model, The Jump and The Chase
Stacey makes an ideal choice for a Guest Appearance or as an Awards Host. To book her for your Event, call Prime Performers on 020 7251 8222 to discuss your requirements or contact us via the online booking enquiry form.
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