Stacey Solomon

Stacey: My Story So Far
  • Stacey: My Story So Far

  • 'Very honest and very open. Lots of young girls will read this and identify with it. Brilliant. I advise anyone to go and read it' Louise Redknapp, on Something for the Weekend

    X Factor star, Queen of the Jungle, and Loose Women panellist Stacey Solomon shares her story so far . . .

    As a kid, Stacey always dreamed of becoming a star. But at 17, it looked like her dream was shattered when she unexpectedly became pregnant.

    Always the fighter, new single mum Stacey rallied, found a college with a crèche for her son Zachery and waitressed at night, determined that he should have the opportunities she didn't.

    And then the X Factor came along, where she stunned Britain with her astonishing voice. She went from hard-up single mum to X Factor favourite, Queen of the Jungle and much-loved TV presenter in just two years.

    Stacey Solomon's My Story So Far is a fantastic and inspirational read by a modern-day heroine who has remained true to her working-class roots and who has always looked on the bright side of life.
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    'Stacey has charmed that nation with her down-to-earth personality and irrepressible spirit. She has no idea how popular she is and that's why people love her' Sunday Mirror

    'If Stacey Solomon wasn't real, you'd want to make her up. She's hilariously dizzy yet whip-smart. She's a treat' Scotsman

    'She has a warm smile, an infectious laugh and a heart of gold' Love It

    'Dagenham Darling' Daily Mirror

Stacey Solomon is a 21 year-old single mum from Dagenham, Essex. Mentored by Dannii Minogue, she caught the nation's attention on the X Factor 2009 when she was one of the finalists. Stacey has made several high profile TV appearances including guest presenting on This Morning and X Factor, and also as a guest on Big Brother and Alan Carr: Chatty Man. In November 2010, she entered the Australian jungle to take part in I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here. She went on to break all voting records and was crowned Queen of the Jungle 2010.