Rochelle Wiseman Biography & Photos

Rochelle Wiseman (born 21 March 1989 in Barking and Dagenham, Greater London, England) is a British singer, best known for his work in the pop band S Club 8 and The Saturdays.

Life Style

Rochelle Wiseman was born in Barking and Dagenham, Greater London. Her parents separated when she was 3. He went to school in Hunchurch, Greater London. No relation to his father. Is coming out with Marvin Humes JLS.


2001-2005: S Club Juniors S Club 8 and I Dream

In 2001, Rochelle auditioned to sing with S Club 7 in the S Club Carnival Tour 2002 “. A new group was formed. Initially it was called S Club Juniors, and later was renamed S Club 8. The last work of the band was the youth television series “I Dream”, recorded in Spain in 2004, which the group was again renomabrado I Dream. The program had a season and early 2005, the group split.

2005-2007: Period between the bands

In 2005, Rochelle became part of youth variety program “Smile”. In February 2007, he appeared as musical guest on the talk show “Never Mind the Buzzcocks’ on BBC Two. He was also host of the Sunday morning the BBC’s “Smile” from 2006 to 2007, along with Reggie Yates and Fearne Cotton. He was also part of a musical group called The TigerLilys “project, which only ended in a MySpace music page. She competed in Miss England.

2007-present: The Saturdays

In 2007, Rochelle auditioned to join the girlband The Saturdays. It was within the group along with Frankie Sandford, who had been with her in S Club 8. After making 2 simple and 1 album, the band appeared in Hollyoaks Later “. They also conducted the 2009 from Comic Relief single “Just Can not Get Enough”. The Saturdays still active, and their first studio album, “Chasing Lights” has been certified platinum. His second album, Wordshaker, was released on 12 October 2009. On 11 October 2009, when the first single from his new album, “Forever Is Over”, entered the UK charts at # 2, Wiseman and Frankie Sandford his partner tied to the German group Sash! in the number # 2 singles that did not reach # 1 on the UK charts: three with S Club 8 ( “One Step Closer” “Automatic High” and “New Direction”) and two with The Saturdays ( “Just Can ‘ t Get Enough “and” Forever Is Over “).

Shares in TV

* S Club Juniors Summer Special (2002), as herself.
* Viva S Club (2002), as herself.
* I Dream (2004), as herself.
* Hollyoaks Later (2008), as herself.
* Myths (2009), as herself.


* Smile (2005-2007).
* Nobody (2006).

Reality Shows

* S Club Search (2001).
* S Club Juniors: The Story (2002).


* S Club Carnival Tour (2002), with S Club Juniors.
* S Club United Tour (2003), with S Club 8.
* Tangled Up Tour (2008), with The Saturdays.
* The Work Tour (2009), The Saturdays.
* Take That Present: The Circus Live Tour (2009), with The Saturdays.

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