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Rochelle Wiseman
Birth name Rochelle Eulah Wiseman
Born 21 March 1989 (1989-03-21) (age 20)
Barking & Dagenham
Greater London, England
Genres Pop, electropop
Occupations Singer
Instruments Singing
Years active 2001–present
Labels Polydor
Associated acts S Club 8
The Saturdays

Rochelle Eulah Wiseman (born 21 March 1989) is a British singer best known for her work in pop groups S Club 8 and The Saturdays.


Early life

Wiseman was born in Barking & Dagenham, Greater London.[1] Her parents split up when she was three. She attended school in Hornchurch, Greater London. She has no contact with her father.


2001–2005: S Club and I Dream

In 2001, Wiseman auditioned to sing with S Club 7 on the Carnival Tour. The group S Club Juniors - later renamed S Club 8 - was created. In 2004 they went to Spain to shoot a children's programme, I Dream in Spain. The programme lasted for one series and the group disbanded in early 2005.

2007–present: The Saturdays

In 2007, Wiseman auditioned to be part of The Saturdays. She successfully auditioned alongside Frankie Sandford who was also in S Club 8. After releasing two singles and an album, the girls appeared on Hollyoaks Later. They also released 2009's Comic Relief single "Just Can't Get Enough". The group is still active and their first album Chasing Lights went platinum. Their second album Wordshaker was released on 12 October, 2009. As of 11 October 2009 when The Saturdays' single "Forever Is Over" entered the UK charts at number 2, Wiseman and group member Frankie Sandford now tie with German dance act Sash! for the most amount of number 2 singles on the UK Singles Chart without reaching number 1. Two with The Saturdays (Just Can't Get Enough and Forever is Over) and three with S Club 8 (One Step Closer, Automatic High and New Direction).

Other work

In 2005, Wiseman became part of children's variety show, Smile. In February 2007 she appeared as a guest on the Identity Parade round on the BBC Two music quiz show Never Mind The Buzzcocks, before then being an actual panel guest in October 2009. She also hosted BBC's Sunday Morning 'Smile' alongside Barney Harwood and Kirsten O'Brien from 2006 to 2007. She became part of a group called The TigerLilys who only went as far as a MySpaceMusic page. She competed in Miss England. Rochelle is apparently working with Polydor to produce some solo work.

Personal life

Wiseman dated footballer Darren Randolph.[2] Wiseman is now currently dating boy band JLS member Marvin Humes



with S Club 8

  • Carnival (2002)
  • S Club United (2003)

with The Saturdays

As supporting acts


  1. ^ Births England and Wales 1984-2006
  2. ^ The Saturdays: Pop music's new high flyers

External links

Rochelle Wiseman at the Internet Movie Database

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