Emma Bunton

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Bunton has two sons, Beau, born in 2007, and Tate, born in 2011.
Bunton has two sons, Beau, born in 2007, and Tate, born in 2011.
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== Trivia ==
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Not to be confused with either Emma B, the DJ who presented [[House Sitters]], or Emma B, the model who presented [[Flying Start (2)|Flying Start]].
== Web links ==
== Web links ==

Current revision as of 12:08, 12 October 2021

Contents

Shows

Dancing on Ice (judge)

Don't Stop Believing

Eurovision: Your Country Needs You (judge)

Strictly Come Dancing (participant)

Your Face Sounds Familiar (judge)

Biography

Born in January 1976, Emma Bunton first came to public attention in the mid-1990's as one-fifth of the world's biggest girl group, the Spice Girls. After several years of chart success in the group, Baby Spice, as she was commonly known, followed her fellow Spice Girls in embarking on a solo career, the highlight of which was reaching number one with What Took You So Long? in April 2001. After a Spice Girls reunion in the mid-2000's, she has in recent years begun to develop a career in television.

She announced her engagement to former Damage singer Jade Jones live on an episode of Dancing on Ice in January 2011. The pair had been in a relationship for over ten years prior to their engagement.

Bunton has two sons, Beau, born in 2007, and Tate, born in 2011.

Trivia

Not to be confused with either Emma B, the DJ who presented House Sitters, or Emma B, the model who presented Flying Start.

Web links

Official site

Wikipedia entry

IMDB entry

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