Rochelle Humes, an English singer and TV presenter is Rochelle. She started her career with British pop group S Club Juniors and The Saturdays. Later, she co-presents the ITV entertainment series Ninja Warrior UK. Humes is a regular guest host on This Morning. Since 2019, she co-presents the BBC game show The Hit List with her husband Marvin Humes.
Net Worth PS6 Million
ProfessionSinger, Songwriter, TV presenter
Rochelle Humes net wRochelle Euulah Humes Wiseman, who was 32 years old, was born in Barking, London on March 21, 1989. She attended Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls, Hornchurch, Havering, and Colin’s Performing Arts School. She was three years old when her parents divorced. Her mother Roz Wiseman, her uncle Paul Ince raised her. Humes is Jamaican-born on her father’s side, and English on the mother’s. Rochelle is the sister of Sophie Piper and Lili Piper.
Rochelle Humes started her career in 2001 when S Club Juniors was formed as part of S Club Search. 19 Entertainment, the management firm that created S Club 7 as well as auditioned S Club Juniors for the series, decided that they should be a support act at all the venues. S Club Juniors gained a following by the end of their tour and Polydor Records signed them. The single they released was “One Step Close”. It was promoted by S Club Junior: The Story. The single was also released in the UK on 22/04/2002 in a chart battle against the Sugababes, who released their comeback single that day. The second single, “Automatic High”, was filmed in Spain while S Club 7 started their fourth TV series. The single was released on 22 July 2002 and reached number 2 in the UK charts. It sold 52,000 copies and was a top-selling single for eight weeks. They sold 130,000 copies of the single in just six weeks, making it their third consecutive top ten hit. Their debut album Together was released by The Juniors on 21 October. It reached number five in its first week and sold 40,000 copies. Their fourth single, “Puppy love/Sleigh Ride”, came out on 9/12/2002. It debuted at number 6 in the UK charts and was sold 85,000 copies in the UK. The single spent eight weeks in the UK Top 40.
In January 2003, The Juniors started work on their second album. They joined S Club United on their S Club United tour in March 2003. There was an announcement of a new name, S Club 8, and a fifth single, “Fool No More”. The UK chart reached fourth place with the single “Sundown” on June 30, 2003. It sold 26,000 copies its first week, and 75,000 overall. The UK’s second single, “Sundown”, came out on 29 September 2003. It reached number four in the UK, becoming their sixth and last top ten hit.
Sundown, the album, was released to mixed reviews on 13 October 2003. It reached number 13 on the UK charts, but dropped to number 40 the following week. It was sold in the UK at 60,000 copies and worldwide at 315,859 copies. The sixth single, “Don’t Tell Me You’re Sorry”, was released in the UK in December 2003. It reached number 11 in the UK and became their first single to chart in the Top 10.
S Club 8 was invited to I Dream for 19 Entertainment by the band, as they had previously agreed to it. I Dream, unlike the S Club 7 shows that focused on the band’s fictional adventures, saw S Club 8 as part of a larger cast. I Dream was about the summer school Avalon Heights run by Professor Toone (played in Christopher Lloyd). Here the characters attempted to improve their performing arts skills. There were two episodes of the show, with a typical number of songs and dances. S Club 8 was disbanded in 2005.
Rochelle Humes was the presenter of the BBC children’s television programme Smile. This was her first role as a presenter between 2005 and 2006. It followed the dissolution of S Club 8. It aired Sunday mornings on BBC Two. Humes left the program in 2006, but it was soon canceled.
Humes was part a group called The TigerLilys in October 2006. It had a MySpace page that featured two tracks. The group was never signed by any label and did not release any commercial material. Humes made a brief appearance on Never Mind The Buzzcocks in February 2007. This was part of the show’s Identity Parade feature. Contestants had to guess who from a five-person line-up would be featured in an old music clip that was only available to the audience. The team of Bill Bailey and Russell Howard correctly selected Humes. Humes was back on Never Mind the Buzzcocks with Phill Jupitus’ team on 22 October 2009.
Rochelle Humes is part of The Saturdays group
Humes was a member since 2007 of The Saturdays’ girl group, which also includes Una Healy and Mollie King, Vanessa White, Frankie Bridge, and former S Club 8 member. The chart debut of the Saturdays was in July 2008 when “If This is Love” reached the top ten in Britain. The song’s second single, “Up”, was released in October 2008. It debuted at number 5 on the UK Singles Chart. To date, 310,000 copies have been sold in the UK.
Chasing Lights (2008), the band’s debut album, reached the top ten of the UK Albums Chart. It was also awarded Platinum status by British Phonographic Industry. The album was also released from the top ten singles of the UK Singles Chart, “Issues” as well as “Just Can’t Get Enough”. Chasing Lights’ final single was “Work”. Wordshaker (2009), the follow-up studio album by the band, charted in the top 10 on the UK Albums Chart. It also achieved a Silver status. Singles “Forever Is Over”, “Ego” and “Forever Is Over”, charted in the top ten of the UK Singles Chart. Headlines! The band’s first Mini album (2010) was released. It charted at number 3 on the UK Albums Chart, and ten on Ireland’s Album Chart. The top ten singles, “Missing You” (with guest vocals by Flo Rida), were released. Both singles proved to be huge commercial successes for the band. “Higher”, which spent a staggering 20 weeks on the charts, was the biggest single. On Your Radar (2011), the third studio album, contained three top-selling singles. Two of them– “Notorious” (and “All Fired Up”)–were charted in the Top ten on UK Singles Charts. On Your Radar also released “My Heart Takes Over”.
Chasing The Saturdays was a second extended play by the band. It was released only in North America. Living for the Weekend, the band’s fourth studio album saw the release singles “30 Days”, “What About Us”, “Gentleman” and “Disco Love”. The group’s 11th top-ten hit was “30 Days”, while “What About Us” with Sean Paul helped The Saturdays to their first number one single in 2013. It is taken from their fourth studio album, “Living for the Weekend”. Their fourth single, “Disco Love”, was their thirteenth top-ten single. Living for the Weekend became their fourth top-10 album.
Radio and television shows
Rochelle Humes started her TV presenting career hosting the children’s TV program Smile from 2004 to 2006. Humes, who was a regular panellist in the first series of Sweat the Small Stuff from 2004 to 2006, became a regular captain of the team for the second series.
Humes joined This Morning in August 2013 as a regular stand-in presenter. Although they no longer appear together, Humes has hosted the show as a guest host alongside a co-star since 2018. Humes was also a regular host of the show, alongside Phillip Schofield, for a brief period between November 2018 and December 2018. She replaced Holly Willoughby on I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of. Humes participated in the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas special on 25 December 2013. She competed in The Great Sport Relief Bake Off on 16 January 2014. Humes co-hosts segments of BBC’s Children in Need Telethon since 2014. Alexander Armstrong and Humes co-hosted an exclusive BBC One special, Frank Sinatra: Our Way, on 3 January 2015.
Humes started hosting Ninja Warrior UK on ITV in 2015. She appears alongside Ben Shephard, Chris Kamara and others. Humes, Sarah-Jane Crawford’s replacement, was confirmed as a new host of The Xtra Factor on June 18, 2015. In 2015, she hosted the 12th series together with Sweat the Small Stuff star Melvin Odoom.
Humes and Stephen Mulhern co-presented ITV’s new Sunday night entertainment series, The Next Great Magician. She was a guest on four episodes of Lorraine, which ITV aired in 2017. Humes was a regular guest on ITV’s Sunday Morning Breakfast with Mulhern. Humes replaced Emma Bunton on Saturday evenings, renamed Saturday drivetime. Humes took a break from her Heart FM commitments at the end of 2019.
Marvin Humes, Rochelle’s long-term boyfriend from JLS, was her wedding ceremony at Blenheim Palace on 27 July 2012. Alaia Mai (born 20 May 2013), Valentina Raine (10 March 2017), and Blake Hampton (9 October 2020) are their two daughters. In 2017, Rochelle Humes was announced as the Voice Trumpet on Teletubbies, a children’s TV series. It was announced on 20 November 2018 that Humes and Marvin Humes would host a music quiz show called The Hit List.
Rochelle Hummings How much does Rochelle Hummings earn? Rochelle Humes networth is approximately PS6 million. Her main source income comes from her work as a singer/television presenter. Hume’s success has allowed her to enjoy luxurious lifestyles and luxury cars. She is one the most influential and wealthy singers in the United Kingdom. Humes launched her first clothing line for Very in June 2014. Humes started working with New Look in March 2018. Humes published her first children’s book, The Mega Magic Hair Swap, in February 2019. Humes founded her brand My Little Coco in February 2020.