Stacey Chanelle Claire Solomon (born 4 October 1989) is an English singer and media personality. In 2009, she finished in third place on the sixth series of The X Factor, and gained a number one single on the UK Singles Chart when her fellow The X Factor finalists released a cover of "You Are Not Alone". Solomon won the tenth series of I'm a Celebrity...
Get Me Out of Here!. Her debut single, a cover of "Driving Home for Christmas", was released on 19 December 2011. Solomon then released her debut album Shy on 18 April 2015. In September 2016, she began appearing as a panellist on Loose Women and in November of the same year she presented the I'm a Celebrity spin-off series I'm a Celebrity: Extra Camp.
Each week, contestants will be taking on a range of baking challenges with the aim of impressing returning judges, Benoit Blin and Cherish Finden.As the Channel 4 baking show made its debut, Stacey said she was worried about any trolling she might receive.Taking to her Instagram Story, Stacey told her 5.2 million followers: “Oh my gosh, I just got a message from Bake Off, I completely forgot it starts tonight!“I’m so nervous because when you are on the telly, people let you know if they hate you.“If you watch it tonight, I hope you enjoy it and I'd love to know what you think.“Unless of course you think I’m a big horse face who shouldn’t be on the telly.“Then in that case, don’t let me know!”In a follow-up clip, Stacey revealed that her pal Sophie Hinchliffe - otherwise known as Mrs Hinch - had helped to settle her nerves.Stacey could be seen sitting in the back of a car watching the episode on her phone.Both Stacey and Sophie laughed hysterically as the latter held the Loose Women panellist’s hand.In the caption, Stacey penned: “Here we go.
Real friends pick you up and take you out when you’re nervous.“And then sit in the back of a car watching you watch yourself on telly @mrshinchhome.”Mrs Hinch also shared a snap of the sweet moment and gushed that she is “proud” of her friend.It comes after Stacey opened up about how stressful she found filming the show and admits that she was nearly brought to tears because the pressure was so "intense".She explained: “My first weekend of filming was so dramatic. “I thought, 'Is this normal?' It was intense and crazy.
It was just really frantic and a lot happened.“Honestly, my heart sank so many times on that first episode I thought I was going to cry."She also added to The Sun.Read more on express.co.uk