Rochelle Humes of Brit-Pop group The Saturdays has been enlisted to present this year’s ‘Children in Need‘ TV special, enlisted by the British Broadcasting Corporation to do so before the release of her group’s sixth studio album.
Details on her good news below…
Set up to raise money and awareness for disadvantaged children in the UK, ‘Children in Need’ has raised $1,190,345,500 since it kicked off in 1980, no doubt hoping their welcoming of Wiseman will see it continue to soar this year.
I’m so excited and honoured to be asked to be part of the presenting team for BBC Children in Need this year. I hope everyone tunes in on the night to support this amazing cause and really make a difference to children across all parts of the UK.
The Daily Mail adds:
The pop star-turned-TV presenter has had a successful few years: while juggling her obligations with girl group The Saturdays, she has also become a popular TV presenter alongside her husband Marvin as regular stand-ins on This Morning.
The 25-year-old rose to fame in S Club 7 offshoot band, S Club 8 – along with her Saturdays co-star Frankie Bridge – and now she is set to take on prime-time TV audiences in one of the BBC’s biggest nights of the year.
Catch Rochelle in action when ‘Children in Need’ when it airs on November 14th.