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File: Kimberley Walsh
Kimberley Jane Walsh (born 20 November 1981) is an English pop singer-songwriter, dancer, model, television presenter and actress. Walsh rose to fame after becoming a member of pop girl group Girls Aloud. on ITV's reality television programme Popstars The Rivals in late 2002. The girl group have marked their success by achieving twenty consecutive top ten singles (including four number ones) in the UK; five studio albums which have all been certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI), two of which went to number one in the UK; and accumulating a total of five BRIT Award nominations from 2005 to 2010.
Walsh also fronts the 2009 Autumn/Winter collection for the fashion chain New Look. As of 23 July 2010, Walsh became a presenter on music talk-show, Suck My Pop.
Walsh was born in Bradford to Diane and John Walsh. She grew up with elder sister Sally, younger brother Adam and younger sister Amy in the suburb of Allerton. Sally appeared on the soap opera, Emmerdale, between 1997 and 2000, playing the role of Lyn Hutchinson.
Walsh attended Sandy Lane First School, Stoney Lee Middle School and near Bingley at Beckfoot Grammar School, and had her first taste of fame appearing in an advert as a child along with sister Sally in a George for ASDA advert. She starred as Young Cosette in the West End production of Les Misérables and starred in ITV's The Book Tower. Walsh also attended the Bradford based theatre school Stage 84 for many years and was also, briefly, a teacher there.
Walsh appeared in her own documentary for Sky 1 named Kimberley Walsh: Blue Jean Girl which aired on Wednesday, 17 June 2010. On the same day, Kimberley appeared on This Morning to promote the show. Walsh became a presenter of new music talk-show, titled Suck My Pop, on Viva. Walsh also starred as a judge for ITV's Entertainment show Born To Shine during week 1.
Before Walsh became a member of Girls Aloud, she had worked in theatre and acting. In 2000 Walsh appeared in the television series This Is Personal: The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper as Gillian Oldfield, and starred in a BBC Educational Schools programme called Focus. In the same year, Walsh applied for the role of Maria Sutherland in Coronation Street. However, she lost out to Samia Smith. In 2001, Walsh played Tracy in Dream Back. In 2007, alongside her fellow bandmates she appeared in St. Trinian's playing a school band member. In 2008 she and fellow band mate Nicola Roberts had a small part in Britannia High, in which they played themselves. Walsh has recently stated that she would like to star in a musical in the future, playing a stage role. In late 2010, Walsh landed a role in the live-action 3D family comedy film Horrid Henry: The Movie as the titular character's overactive cousin Prissy Polly, with the film being released on 29th July 2011. On 24th August 2011, it was revealed that Walsh will take over the role of Princess Fiona from Amanda Holden in Shrek the Musical, from October 5, due to Holden's pregnancy announcement.
Walsh appeared in Let's Dance for Sport Relief as a panelist and also fronted coverage of the BAFTA Awards for MTV on her own programme Kimberley Walsh At The BAFTAS in 2010 and in the summer of 2010 hosted sky 1 documentary "Girl In The Blue Jeans". She also presented coverage for The X Factor live from South Shields on the day of the final in 2009 for Joe McElderry.[clarification needed] On June 17 – 18 2010, Kimberley hosted Channel 4's The 5 O'Clock Show with Stephen Mulhern. On 9 July, it was revealed that Walsh will be presenting Suck my pop, a music program on Viva, with Will Best.
Walsh climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of Comic Relief in March 2009. The climb, organised by Gary Barlow, was also undertaken by fellow Girls Aloud member Cheryl Cole, Alesha Dixon, Fearne Cotton, Denise Van Outen, Chris Moyles, Ben Shephard, Ronan Keating and Barlow himself. Between 3 February and 23 March 2009, Walsh, Tweedy, Barlow, Moyles and Cotton also raised money for Comic Relief by providing the voice for the BT Speaking Clock. As of 26 August 2009, Walsh is modeling for the clothing line New Look following in the footsteps of Lily Allen and Alexa Chung. Kimberley became OK! magazine's new weekly columnist in August 2010. The column is called "Kimberley Calls The Shots". Kimberley Walsh was also named as the new face and hair of Schwarzkopf for a reported 6 figure deal. In March 2011, Walsh teamed up with Tess Daley and Joanna Page to work with Maltesers to promote Red Nose Day 2011. In January 2011, Walsh was revealed as the new face of Puma AG BodyTrain fitness toner wear. In May 2011, Kimberley Walsh was named as the face of Right Guard's Xtreme Dry Range.
On 8 June 2006, Walsh publicly apologised for smoking cannabis after being caught on camera smoking a spliff. She immediately owned up to it when questioned about the photo, which was taken on 31 December 2005, whilst she was attending a friend's party. She told The Sun newspaper that she had got caught up in the moment and was deeply sorry, and that she realised what she did was wrong, especially since she is in a position where young fans look up to her.
However, it was reported on 9 June 2006 that Walsh's father, John, denied that she had ever smoked cannabis, and that she was just holding a rolled up cigarette that was not even lit. He also claimed that Victoria Newton at The Sun pressured Walsh into apologising for something that she had not done, threatening that if she did not then Newton would make the story worse.
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