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Emma Bunton
Emma Bunton
Emma Bunton at Heart Live Christmas 2016.jpg
Bunton at Heart Live in December 2016
Born Emma Lee Bunton
(1976-01-21) 21 January 1976 (age 42)
Finchley, London, England
Other names Baby Spice
Occupation
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • actress
  • radio presenter
  • television presenter
Years active 1994-present
Jade Jones (1998-present)
Children 2
Musical career
Genres Pop[1]
Instruments Vocals
Labels

Emma Lee Bunton (born 21 January 1976) is a British singer, songwriter, actress, and radio and television presenter. She was a member of the girl group the Spice Girls formed in the 1990s, and in which Bunton was nicknamed Baby Spice. In 2009, she began as a radio presenter on the Heart Breakfast show in London with Jamie Theakston and presenting her own show on Sunday evenings from 7PM to 10PM

Bunton's debut solo album, A Girl Like Me, was released in the United Kingdom on 16 April 2001 by Virgin Records. The album debuted and peaked at No. 4 on the UK Albums Chart. It was certified gold by the British Phonographic Industry for sales in excess of 100,000 copies,[2] ultimately becoming the 147th best-selling album in the UK for 2001.[3] The album brought the UK and New Zealand No. 1 single "What Took You So Long?" as well as top five hits "What I Am" and "Take My Breath Away" and the top 20 hit "We're Not Gonna Sleep Tonight".

Bunton's second album, Free Me, was released in 2004 through 19 Entertainment/Universal Records. Four singles were taken from it: "Free Me", "Maybe", "I'll Be There" and "Crickets Sing for Anamaria".

After the release of her third album, Life in Mono, Bunton reunited with the Spice Girls in 2007 for an international tour and greatest hits album. From 2003 to 2012 Bunton had a recurring role on the BBC comedy series Absolutely Fabulous. She performed at the 2012 Summer Olympics closing ceremony on 12 August 2012 with The Spice Girls. This would be the last time that the band would perform as a quintet. Since 2016 Bunton has reunited as the Spice Girls with Geri Halliwell and Mel B.

Bunton's television appearances include being a judge on the ITV celebrity skating show Dancing on Ice (2010-11) and entertainment series Your Face Sounds Familiar (2013). In addition, she gives her voice to Muhimu in the UK version of Disney Junior's television series The Lion Guard.[4]

Music career

1976-1993: Early life and career beginnings

Emma Lee Bunton was born in Finchley, North London. Her parents, Pauline, a karate instructor, and Trevor Bunton, a milkman, split up when she was 11, after which she stayed with her mother. She has a younger brother, Paul James.[5] As stated in an interview with Eammon Holmes & Ruth Langsford on This Morning during August 2016, Bunton's maternal family originate in County Wexford, Ireland. Bunton went to St. Theresa's Roman Catholic Primary School in Finchley. Bunton appeared briefly in the BBC soap opera EastEnders in 1992 as a mugger.[6] In 1993, Bunton appeared in the ITV police drama, The Bill, and also made a brief appearance as a prostitute in the BBC drama series To Play the King. Bunton also appeared in a public information film for the British government concerning fire safety.[7]

1994-2000: Spice Girls

In 1994, Melanie C, Mel B, Geri Halliwell, and Victoria Beckham responded to an advertisement in The Stage magazine.[8] Around 400 women who answered the ad went to Dance Works studios. Halliwell, Chisholm, Beckham (née Adams), and Brown were originally chosen as the members of the group, along with Michelle Stephenson, who due to her lack of commitment was replaced with Abigail Kis but for only a short while, then, was finally replaced with Bunton. The group felt insecure about the lack of a contract and were frustrated by the direction in which Heart Management was steering them. In October 1994, armed with a catalogue of demos and dance routines, the group began touring management agencies. They persuaded Bob Herbert to set up a showcase performance for the group in front of industry writers, producers and A&R men in December 1994 at the Nomis Studios in Shepherd's Bush where they received an "overwhelmingly positive" reaction.[9] Due to the large interest in the group, the Herberts quickly set about creating a binding contract for the group. Encouraged by the reaction they had received at the Nomis showcase, all five members delayed signing contracts on the legal advice from, amongst others, Adams' father Anthony Adams. In March 1995, because of the group's frustration at their management's unwillingness to listen to their visions and ideas, they parted with Heart Management.

The group began a relationship with Simon Fuller of 19 Entertainment and finally signed with him in March 1995. During the summer of that year the group toured record labels in London and Los Angeles with Fuller and finally signed a deal with Virgin Records in September 1995. From this point on, up to the summer of 1996, the group continued to write and record tracks for their debut album while extensively touring the west coast of the United States, where they had signed a publishing deal with Windswept Pacific. On 8 July 1996, the Spice Girls released their debut single "Wannabe" in the United Kingdom. In the weeks leading up to the release, the video for "Wannabe", got a trial airing on The Box music channel. The song proved to be a global hit, reaching number 1 in 35 countries.[10] and becoming the biggest-selling single by an all-female group of all time.[11] It was followed by nine further number-one singles from their albums Spice, Spiceworld and Forever.[12] Each member of the group received a nickname from the media. Bunton was named "Baby Spice".[13][14] Other successful releases followed, including "Say You'll Be There" and "2 Become 1" from Spice, and "Spice Up Your Life", "Too Much" and "Viva Forever" from Spiceworld.[15] In 1999, she presented Emma on VH1.[16] She recorded "(Hey You) Free Up Your Mind" for the film Pokémon: The First Movie. In 2000, after the release of their third album, Forever, which charted at number two in the UK, the Spice Girls stopped recording, concentrating on their solo careers in regards to their foreseeable future.[17]

2001-2002: A Girl Like Me

Bunton's debut solo album, A Girl Like Me, released in the United Kingdom on 16 April 2001 by Virgin Records. The album debuted and peaked at number four on the UK Albums Chart, with 21,500 copies sold in its first week. Although initial success was promising, A Girl Like Me fell down the chart quickly. However, singles "What Took You So Long?", "Take My Breath Away", and "We're Not Gonna Sleep Tonight" helped the album stay on the UK Albums Chart for several weeks. On 7 September 2001, A Girl Like Me was certified gold by the British Phonographic Industry for sales in excess of 100,000 copies,[2] ultimately becoming the 147th best-selling album in the UK for 2001.[3] The album brought the UK number-one "What Took You So Long?" as well as top five hits "What I Am" (a cover of a 1988 song by Edie Brickell & New Bohemians) and "Take My Breath Away" and the top 20 hit "We're Not Gonna Sleep Tonight". The album sold 125,000 copies in the UK. The poor sales led to Bunton losing her contract with Virgin in 2002.[18] Bunton performed at Party at the Palace, an event that was held at Buckingham Palace Garden on 3 June 2002 in commemoration of the Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II. Her solo performances at the event were a cover of The Supremes' 1964 hit "Baby Love" and her own "What Took You So Long?".

2003-2006: Free Me

Bunton's second album, Free Me, was released in 2003 through 19 Entertainment/Universal Records. The album was largely produced by Mike Peden and Yak Bondy. Other contributions on the album courtesy of Cathy Dennis, Henry Binns and Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi. It spent over twelve weeks inside the UK Albums Chart, peaking at number seven and selling over 141,712 copies, earning gold award status. The album was widely acclaimed by critics as being the "one of best solo Spice records ever" due to its catchy and fun use of sounds from the Motown and the 1960s era. The lead single, "Free Me", sold well in the UK, peaking at number five on the UK Singles Chart. "Maybe" was released as the second single in the autumn of 2003, and also gained extensive airplay throughout the UK, peaking at number six, one position lower than its predecessor. In the spring of 2004, the album and its third single, "I'll Be There", were released. The single, like its two predecessors, performed well on the charts, peaking at number seven. Later in the year, the fourth single, "Crickets Sing for Anamaria", was released. Despite its harder beat and grittier sound, by now the impact of Free Me was beginning to wear off, and the song only came in at number 15 on the UK Singles Chart, totalling 25,000 copies, and becoming Bunton's lowest-selling single. In the United States, both "Free Me" and "Maybe" were dance club regulars, reaching numbers four and six on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play respectively. In 2005, Bunton appeared in the Bollywood films Chocolate: Deep Dark Secrets.

2006-2008: Life in Mono and Spice Girls reunion

Bunton in San Jose on The Return of the Spice Girls tour in 2007

In October 2006, Bunton was a contestant in the BBC programme Strictly Come Dancing, partnered by Darren Bennett. She finished third place in the semi-final.[19] On 13 November 2006, Bunton released the charity single for the BBC Children in Need appeal, recording Petula Clark's 1960s song "Downtown". It reached No. 3 on the UK Singles Chart and was followed by her third studio album, Life in Mono. Life in Mono, much like her previous album, Free Me, experimented with elements of 1960s pop music. For this particular album the musical arrangement was more directed towards the 1960s French pop music, with some elements of British 1960s pop and Motown. The album was Bunton's first not to reach the top ten in the UK, only reaching No. 65 on the albums chart.[20] The second single from it was "All I Need to Know", on 12 February 2007, intended for Valentine's Day. Bunton shot the video around Old Street in East London, in the week before Christmas 2006.[21] Entering the UK Singles Chart at 60, second single "All I Need to Know" became the lowest-charting single of Bunton's solo career.[22] Due to Bunton's pregnancy all forms of promotion were cancelled after a few months.

In 2007, the Spice Girls re-grouped and announced plans to tour as a quintet for the last time for a The Return of the Spice Girls, from which they were said to have earned £10 million each (approximately $20 million).[23] The team's members said that they were still enjoying doing their "own thing".[24] The group decided to release their first compilation album, a collection of their Greatest Hits. This album was released in early November 2007, and the tour began on 2 December 2007. During the reformation Film maker Bob Smeaton directed an official film of the tour, which he titled Spice Girls: Giving You Everything.[25] As well as their sell-out tour, the Spice Girls were contracted to appear in Tesco advertisements, for which they were paid £1 million each.[26]

2010-present: Spice Girls musical and Olympics

Judy Craymer teamed up with the Spice Girls and Simon Fuller and began to develop a Spice Girls musical entitled Viva Forever. Although the girls were not to star in the show themselves, they were to influence the show's cast and production choices in a story which uses their music but bears no relation to their personal story; similar to that of ABBA's music in Mamma Mia!.[27] On 26 June 2012, all five Spice Girls were in attendance at a press conference in London to promote the launch of Viva Forever: The Musical.[28] The press conference was held at St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel, the location where the Spice Girls filmed the music video for their breakthrough hit "Wannabe", sixteen years earlier, to the day.[29] The musical opened at the West End's Piccadilly Theatre on 11 December 2012.[28] After poor reviews from critics and "a loss of £5 million", the show has its final performance on 29 June 2013. On 12 August 2012, after much speculation, Bunton and the Spice Girls performed a medley of "Wannabe" and "Spice Up Your Life" at the 2012 Summer Olympics closing ceremony, reuniting as a quintet for the last time for the event. This was the last Spice Girls concert to feature Victoria Beckham and Mel C.[30]

Brown, Chisholm, Halliwell, Bunton, and Beckham at the Viva Forever premiere

Their performance was the most tweeted moment of Olympics closing ceremony with over 116,000 tweets on Twitter per minute.[31] Bunton also worked with fellow Spice Girl Melanie C on her 2012 album, Stages for the album track "I Know Him So Well". The song was released as a single on 11 November 2012.[32] In March 2013, Bunton was named the Foxy Bingo Celebrity Mum of the Year.[33] In March 2014, Bunton, along with Melanie C, took part in recording England's 2014 World Cup song. She collaborated with the likes of fellow pop stars, Eliza Doolittle, Katy B, Conor Maynard, Kimberley Walsh and Pixie Lott, on "Greatest Day", a track originally performed by British band, Take That. The track was produced by Gary Barlow and recorded at Sarm Studios in London. The track also featured past footballers such as Gary Lineker, Michael Owen, Geoff Hurst, David Seaman, Peter Shilton, Glenn Hoddle and Dion Dublin on backing vocals.[34]

Other work

Radio

In February, and again between May and June 2009, Bunton starred as guest presenter on Heart London's Heart Breakfast alongside Jamie Theakston and Harriet Scott.[35] Bunton began hosting her own pre-recorded Saturday drive time[36] radio show on Heart in the Saturday afternoon slot 4-7 pm starting on Saturday 13 June 2009.[37] Bunton provided maternity leave cover for Heart Breakfast co-presenter Harriet Scott from 3 October until 23 December 2011 on Heart London.[38] Following Harriet Scott's departure from Heart Breakfast in November 2012, it was announced Bunton would succeed her as co-host along with Jamie Theakston from 7 January 2013.[39] In March 2017, Bunton won the awards for "Radio Presenter of the Year" and "Digital Radio Programme" at the annual Television and Radio Industries Club (TRIC) Awards for her work on Heart London.[40] In January 2018, Emma was offered a new Sunday night show that runs between 7 and 10. The first show aired on 14 January.

Bunton in Toronto on The Return of the Spice Girls tour

Television and films

Bunton has been seen in a television commercial for the supermarket chain Tesco. She also had a cameo role on the Australian soap opera Neighbours in the episode "What's a Spice Girl Like You...?". In July 2008, Bunton stood in as co-presenter alongside Richard Madeley on the television show Richard & Judy while Judy Finnigan was recovering from a knee operation. In October 2008, Bunton appeared on the UK series of The X Factor to assist judge Dannii Minogue in choosing the three best over-25s acts to take through to the live shows. In December 2008, Bunton debuted as a member of the panel on Loose Women on ITV.[] In February 2010, Bunton appeared in a UK National Television campaign first aired during Coronation Street,[41] showing her in the Heart Radio studios at the start and the end of the advert. In January 2010, Bunton joined the "Ice Panel" on ITV dancing show Dancing on Ice replacing former judge Ruthie Henshall. She stepped down from this role on 2 December 2011. Bunton hosted Channel 5's Don't Stop Believing from July to August 2010. In August 2010, Bunton guest presented GMTV with Lorraine on GMTV. On 8 October 2010,[42] 19 November 2010 and 7 January 2011,[43] she guest presented Lorraine on ITV Breakfast.

In January 2012, Bunton reprised her role as one of fictional PR manager Edina Monsoon's disgruntled clients in a revival of the BBC's Absolutely Fabulous. In August that same year, Bunton made a cameo appearance in Keith Lemon: The Film.[44] In the summer of 2013, Bunton was a judge on the ITV Saturday night entertainment series Your Face Sounds Familiar alongside Julian Clary and a different guest judge each week. In October 2014, Bunton appeared on The X Factor to assist judge and fellow Spice Girl Mel B in choosing the three best boys acts to take through to the live shows. In 2015, Bunton made a cameo appearance in Spanish comedy film Cómo sobrevivir a una despedida, during a scene in which the five main characters are seen impersonating the Spice Girls in a talent show.[45] In March 2016, Bunton has co-presented Too Much TV, a daily magazine show on BBC Two.[46] In 2015, Bunton made a cameo appearance in the 2016 film Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie. In addition, she give her voice to Muhimu in the UK version of the Disney Channel's television series The Lion Guard.[4] In addition, she gave her voice to Muhimu in the UK version of the Disney Channel's television series The Lion Guard.[4]

In 2017, she appears as jury in the tv show Boy Band alongside Nick Carter, Rita Ora and Timbaland.[47]

Fashion

In 2011, Bunton teamed up with British retailer Argos to launch a series of childrenswear lines.[48][49]

Philanthropy

In 1999, 2001 and 2003 she was one of the donors of the charity campaign Nordoff-Robbins, focused in therapy for children with psychological, physical or developmental disabilities.[50][51] In April 1999 she helped launch the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children's anti-child abuse campaign with Tony Blair and Prince Andrew.[52] She also starred in a government safety campaign to warn drinkers of the dangers of handling fireworks, recording commercials to air on television.[53] In 2000 Bunton supported the charity campaign Children Nationwide, which raised money to finance the research into childhood diseases.[54] In 2001 she donated £500,000 to performing arts and music charities funds.[55] In 2006 she was ambassador of BBC's Children in Need and released the charity single "Downtown", donating the money for the campaign. In 2010 she supported the World Children's Champions.[56] In 2011 Bunton was ambassador of Heart's Have a Heart campaign to help homeless people.[57] In 2013 she supported the UNICEF's campaign Every Parent's Dream, which raised money for vaccine against maternal and newborn tetanus (MNT).[58] In 2014 she became an ambassador of UNICEF and travelled to Africa to assist in humanitarian work to eradicate the MNT.[59]

In April 2015 Bunton has teamed up with Specsavers in Bishop's Stortford to launch a contest, where each entry would generate £1 to anti-bullying charity Kidscape to help vulnerable children.[60] In October, she helped in the fundraising for Global's Make Some Noise Day.[61] In December Bunton joined in the fight against bullying with the BeatBullying.[62] In 2016 was one of the presenters of Attitude Awards, supporting the LGBT cause.[63]

Personal life

Bunton performing "Maybe" in 2007

In 1997, Bunton dated British singer Lee Brennan.[64] In 1998, she began dating British singer Jade Jones, but they split for the first time in May 1999.[65] From September 1999 to September 2000, Bunton was in a relationship with the England footballer Rio Ferdinand, who was introduced by her friends David and Victoria Beckham.[66][65] In November 2000 she returned with Jones, but they split for the second time in March 2002, when Bunton decided to work again with Simon Fuller, displeasing her boyfriend.[65] In 2003, she briefly dated American singer Justin Timberlake.[67][68] In 2004, she returned with Jones and they stabilised.[69] On 26 January 2007, she announced her pregnancy.[70] Her first child, Beau Lee Jones, was born in 10 August 2007.[71] Bunton became engaged to Jones on 23 January 2011.[72] She also announced her second pregnancy and, in 6 May 2011, was born Tate Lee Jones.[73] Emma doesn't want to get married in a civil or religious ceremony and believes that her relationship is steady: "We don't need a wedding to justify our relationship".[74]

In 1999 Bunton moved to a £1.6million penthouse in the Mount Vernon Village, in Hampstead, London.[75] In 2003 she had some problems with neighbours, who complained about her late-night parties.[75] In 2006 she and Jones moved to a mansion in Barnet, London.[76] Bunton was diagnosed with endometriosis.[77] Bunton is also a godmother to Geri Halliwell's daughter Bluebell Madonna Halliwell, born in 2006.[78]

Radio

Year Title Role Times Station
2009-2017 Saturday Drivetime Presenter 5pm-7pm Heart
2013-present Heart Breakfast Presenter 6am-10am Heart
2018-present Sunday Evenings Presenter 7pm-10pm Heart

Filmography

Television
Year Title Role Notes
1992 EastEnders Mugger girl Episode: "18 August 1992"
1993 The Bill Janice Episode: "Missionary Work"
1993 To Play the King Prostitute Episode: "28 November 1993"
1993 Thatcherworld Josie Jenkins Unsold BBC pilot[79]
1994 EastEnders Casey 12 episodes
1999 Emma Presenter
2000 Celebrity Presenter
2003 Absolutely Fabulous Herself Episodes: "Cleanin'" and "Huntin', Shootin', Fishin'"
2005 Emma Goes to Bollywood Herself Television documentary
2005 I Love the '90s: Part Deux Presenter
2005 Comic Relief Sketch Special Herself Television special
2006 Neighbours Herself Episode: "What's a Spice Girl Like You...?"
2006 Strictly Come Dancing Contestant Series 4 - third place
2007 Giving You Everything Herself Television documentary
2008 American Idol Guest judge Episode: "Live Shows: Top 8"
2008 Richard & Judy Guest presenter Episode: "24 July 2008"
2008; 2014;
2016
The X Factor Mentor assistant Season 5, 11 and 13
2008 Loose Women Guest presenter Episodes: "1-5 December 2008"
2008-12 Celebrity Juice Panelist
2009 Ant & Dec's Christmas Show Evil Stepmother Television special
2009 Eurovision: Your Country Needs You Judge Episode: "24 January 2009"
2009 Let's Dance for Comic Relief Judge Episode: "21 February 2009"
2010 Don't Stop Believing Presenter
2010 The Million Pound Drop Live Celebrity contestant Season 3, episode 3
2010 GMTV with Lorraine Relief presenter
2010-11 Lorraine Relief presenter
2010-11 Dancing on Ice Judge / Mentor Seasons 5-6
2012 Absolutely Fabulous: 20th anniversary Herself Episodes: "Job" and "Sport Relief Special"
2012 The Spice Girls Story: Viva Forever! Herself Television documentary
2013 Your Face Sounds Familiar Judge / Mentor
2013 This Morning Summer Presenter
2013 I Heart Glee Presenter Television special
2015 The Rocky Horror Show Live Narrator Television special
2016 Too Much TV Presenter
2016 Drunk History Maid Marian / Catherine Parr Episodes: "One" and "Nine"
2016 Murder in Successville Sidekick Episode: "Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes"
2016 Josh Herself Episode: "Share & Share Alike"
2016-present The Lion Guard Muhimu Voice; Recurring role (UK dub)
2017 Not Going Out Herself Episode: "Hot Tub"
2017-present Boy Band Judge
2017 Tim Vine Travels in Time Anne Boleyn Television special
2018 RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Judge Season 3, episode: "Handmaids to Kitty Girls"
Film
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Spice World Baby Spice
2001 Yes You Can Pop Angel Short film
2001 Zoolander Herself
2005 Pyaar Mein Twist Kylie Milligan
2005 Chocolate Tabetha Gagoh
2008 The Queen: A Life in Film[80] Herself Documentary
2012 Keith Lemon: The Film Herself
2015 Cómo Sobrevivir a una Despedida Herself
2016 Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie Herself

Discography

Tours

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
1999 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actress Spice World Nominated [81]
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Actress: Comedy
2001 Smash Hits Poll Awards Best Female Solo Artist Herself [82]
2004 Meteor Awards Best Female Singer [83]
Popjustice £20 Music Prize Best Song "Maybe" [84]
2008 Foxy Bingo Awards Celebrity Mum of the Year Herself [85]
2010 Glamour Awards Radio Personality The Saturday Show [86]
Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards Newcomer [87]
2011 Glamour Awards Radio Personality [88]
2012 TRIC Awards [89][90]
2013 Glamour Awards Heart Breakfast [91]
Radio Academy Awards Listeners Choice Award [92]
Foxy Bingo Awards Celebrity Mum of the Year Herself Won [93]
2014 Radio Times Best Strictly Come Dancing Contestant of All Time Strictly Come Dancing [94]
TRIC Awards Radio Personality Heart Breakfast [95]
Radio Programme Nominated
2016 Glamour Awards Radio Personality [96]

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