Rising to prominence after appearing on ITV’s reality television show Popstars: The Rivals, Kimberley Walsh secured a place in hugely successful girl group Girls Aloud, a pop phenomenon that released an incredible twenty consecutive Top 10 singles in the UK and six platinum-certified studio albums, receiving five Brit Award nominations in the process.
After a year-long hiatus of Girls Aloud, Walsh went on to co-host UK music chat show Suck My Pop in 2010 before making her West End Theatre debut in 2012, playing Princess Fiona in the London production of Shrek the Musical. Walsh went on to collaborate with some of music’s most successful artists, lending her vocal talents to NeYo’s ‘Hate That I Love You’ and Jamie Cullum’s rendition of The Carpenters’ ‘Rainy Days on Mondays.’
A dedicated humanitarian, Walsh climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of British charity Comic Relief in 2009, before lending her voice to the BT Speaking Clock. The singer has modelled for clothing line New Look and authored a regular column for OK! Magazine, titled Kimberley ‘Calls the Shots’. Walsh recently became the face of beauty brand Schwarzkopf and worked alongside Maltesers to promote the 2011 Red Nose Day. A regular presence on British radio and television, Kimberley Walsh has also been asked to appear in campaigns for Puma and Right Guard.
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