Simon Webbe is best known as a member of the British boy band Blue, as well as a hugely successful solo career.
Not only was Simon a band member, he also co-wrote many of Blue’s hit singles, selling over 16 million records worldwide, earning two Brit awards, among numerous other accolades and collaborating with stars including; Sir Elton John and Stevie Wonder.
Simon’s solo albums sold over 1.2 million records, and he had five UK Top 40 singles, including ‘Ride The Storm', serving as the official theme to the sci-fi Hollywood film, ‘Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer’. He also won MTV’s Asia award for Best Newcomer in 2007.
Simon re-joined his former Blue band-mates in 2011, to represent the United Kingdom in the ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ in Germany. The band then went on to take part in ITV’s ‘The Big Reunion’ followed by a sell-out arena tour and releasing a fourth studio album; ‘Roulette’.
Not stopping at music, Simon has some serious acting credentials, playing roles including, Curtis Shank in ‘Sister Act the Musical’ at the London Palladium in the West End in 2010. During this run Simon starred alongside Sheila Hancock and the legendary Whoopi Goldberg.
In 2015, he took the lead of the Big Bad Wolf in Stile & Drewe’s adaptation of ‘Three Little Pigs’, performing at London’s Palace Theatre.
His TV credits include: coming fifth in ITV’s ‘I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’ in 2011, and reaching the final of the BBC’s ever-popular ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ in 2014.
After his success on BBC’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ 2014, he took part in the national Strictly Come Dancing Tour 2015, winning the overall trophy at the end of the tour. He continued 2015 by releasing Blue’s fifth studio album ‘Colours’ with a successful European tour.
2016 Simon is currently working on TV and his solo career.
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