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Lisa Scott-Lee's Biography

 
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Lisa Scott-Lee was born on 5 November 1976 in St Asaph in Wales.

As a youngster Lisa Scott-Lee won Miss Rhyl and Miss Abergele.

When Lisa Scott-Lee left her school, Ysgol Emrys Ap Iwan in Abergele, she went to stage school.

It was not long before she joined Steps, whose first single '5,6,7,8' was released in November 1997. Steps also featured Ian 'H' Watkins.

Steps went on to have 14 top 10 UK singles, but split on 26 December 2001.

Lisa Scott-Lee launched a solo career with Mercury. In May 2003, her debut single Lately was released and reached number six.

Further tracks followed as well as featuring in MTV's reality series, Totally Scott-Lee.

Back in 2005, The Mirror reported:

"Lisa Scott-Lee had crisis talks with husband Johnny Shentall yesterday after it was claimed he had cheated on her for a second time ..."

However, on February 11, 2007, The Sunday Mirror magazine, Celebs, published a special Valentine's feature on the romance in their life. Johnny Shentall had proposed to Lisa Scott-Lee on a Valentine Day.

Lisa Scott-Lee's brother, Andy married Michelle Heaton.

In December 2006, The Sun reported how Lisa Scott-Lee bust a rib in training for Dancing On Ice.

In spite of skating well, Lisa Scott-Lee and her partner Matt Evers exited Dancing On Ice in the sixth show after a top quality skate-off against Duncan James.

In August 2008, ITV announced that Lisa Scott-Lee (along with the likes of another Dancing on Ice contestant Tamara Beckwith) was to be on their new ITV2 reality show CelebAir, in which celebs perform the duties of regular airline staff.

In August 2009, Lisa Scott-Lee, who was eight months pregnant, posed naked for Closer magazine. Lisa and her husband Johnny Shentall were expecting a sibling for their 18-month-old son Jaden.



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