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Suzanne Shaw's Biography

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Who is Suzanne Shaw?

Suzanne Shaw was born on 29 September 1981 in Bury.

She studied for a BTec National Diploma in Performing Arts at Oldham College.

Suzanne Shaw's big break came in 2001 on Popstars, when she, Kym Marsh, Myleene Klass, Noel Sullivan and Danny Foster were selected to become Hear'Say.

10 million people watched the final of Popstars on 3 February 2001. The Popstars album sold 1.6 million copies and Hear'Say's debut single Pure & Simple was the fastest ever selling non-charity single.

However, it did not last long and Hear'Say broke up in October 2002.

Suzanne Shaw then appeared in various musicals, notably Summer Holiday, where she got together with her co-star Darren Day. In December 2004, they had a son Corey Mackenzie Day. However, a couple of months after Corey's birth, Suzanne Shaw and Darren Day broke up.

Suzanne Shaw started going out with Radio 1 DJ Jason King after they both appeared on Britain's Worst Celebrity Driver.

Suzanne Shaw skated to victory with Matt Evers in Dancing On Ice in 2008.

In week four of Dancing on Ice, Suzanne and Matt achieved their usual high score, in spite of Suzanne having cracked a rib in training that day.

Suzanne and Matt were always high on the leaderboard and successfully reached the Dancing on Ice final.

On the final night of Dancing on Ice, Suzanne Shaw and Matt Evers were on superb form and scored an extraordinary 60 out of 60 for their first two routines and then won the vote over Chris Fountain and Frankie Poultney, who had also reached the final two and skated the Bolero.

Suzanne Shaw was selected to be one of the all-stars to appear in the final series of Dancing on Ice in 2014. Once again she was partnered by Matt Evers.

In 2017 she was cast as Cinderella in the Birmingham Hippodrome pantomime.

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