Rochelle Humes Bio | Wiki
Rochelle Humes is an English singer and television presenter. She commenced her career in British pop groups S Club Juniors and The Saturdays and has gone on to co-present the ITV entertainment series Ninja Warrior UK.
She regularly guest-hosts This Morning, and since 2019, she has co-presented the BBC game show The Hit List alongside her husband Marvin.
Rochelle Humes Age
Rochelle was born on March 21, 1989, in Barking, United Kingdom. She is 33 years old.
Rochelle Humes Height
She is a woman of average stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in (Approx. 1.73 m).
Rochelle Humes Dad | Parents
She was born in Barking, London to her mother Roz Wiseman, and her father. Rochelle’s parents divorced when she was three years old, and she was raised by her mother, her step-fathers, and her uncle Paul Ince. She has two siblings Sophie Piper and Lili Piper.
She is of Jamaican descent on her father’s side and English on her mother’s. Rochelle attended dance school when she was younger. Her mother used to write her teachers notes, telling them Rochelle had a dentist appointment so that she could attend an audition.
Rochelle Humes Husband | And Marvin Humes
Rochelle is married to her husband JLS member Marvin Humes. The couple celebrated their wedding on July 27, 2012, at Blenheim Palace. Together, they have two daughters; Alaia-Mai and Valentina Raine, and one son; Blake Hampton. Marvin and Rochelle co-presented the BBC game show The Hit List.
Rochelle Humes Education
She attended Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls in Hornchurch, Havering. Later, Rochelle enrolled at Colin’s Performing Arts School. She also graduated from Coopers’ Company and Coborn School.
Rochelle Humes Wedding
Rochelle and her husband Marvin tied the knot at the Oxfordshire palace on Friday. The building, courtyards, and formal gardens at the palace, classed as a World Heritage Site, had to close early ahead of the wedding. The couple got engaged in December 2010 during a holiday on the Caribbean island of Antigua. A notice warned visitors of the closure saying it was due to a “large private event”.
Rochelle Humes Coco
In February 2020, Rochelle launched her brand, My Little Coco. In June 2014, she unveiled her first clothing range for Very. As of March 2018, she began working with fashion retailer New Look. In February 2019, she published her first children’s book, The Mega Magic Hair Swap.
Rochelle Humes ITV
She has co-presents the ITV entertainment series Ninja Warrior UK since 2015. She appears alongside Ben Shephard and Chris Kamara. In 2016, Rochelle co-presented a new Sunday night entertainment series for ITV called The Next Great Magician alongside Stephen Mulhern. In 2017, she guest-presented four episodes of Lorraine on ITV.
Rochelle Humes BBC
Since 2019, Rochelle has co-presented the BBC game show The Hit List alongside her husband Marvin. She presented the BBC children’s TV program Smile which was her first presenting role. The program aired on Sunday mornings on BBC Two. Rochelle left the program in 2006 for unknown reasons and the program was axed soon after.
Since 2014, she has co-hosted segments of the BBC Children in Need telethon. On 3 January 2015, Rochelle and Alexander Armstrong co-hosted a one-off BBC One special called Frank Sinatra: Our Way.
Some of Rochelle’s colleagues at BBC include:
Lara Lewington – Presenter
Yalda Hakim – corespondent
Sharanjit Leyl – anchor
Mishal Husain – newsreader
Rochelle Humes Documentary
In 2010, Rochelle appeared as herself in a documentary series The Saturdays: 24/7 and The Saturdays: What Goes On Tour. The Saturdays were a British-Irish girl group based in London, England. The group formed during the summer of 2007 and has been on hiatus since 2014. The lineup consists of Frankie Bridge, Una Healy, Rochelle, Mollie King, and Vanessa White. They were formed through Fascination Records, a sub-division of Polydor Records, which gave them an instant record deal with the label.
Rochelle Humes Interior
In 2022, she became the presenter of Rochelle Humes: Interior Designer in the Making.
Rochelle Humes S Club Juniors
Rochelle commenced her career in the British pop group S Club Juniors. The groups were formed in 2001 as part of a reality series, known as S Club Search. S Club 8 went on to I Dream for 19 Entertainment as they had already agreed to do it.
Unlike the S Club 7 shows which focused upon the band’s fictional exploits, I Dream saw S Club 8 as members of a larger ensemble cast. I Dream revolved around the summer school Avalon Heights, run by Professor Toone, where the characters tried to improve on their talents in the performing arts. The show featured many songs and dances: normally two songs per episode. S Club 8 split up in early 2005.
Between 2005 and 2006, following the split of S Club 8, Rochelle presented the BBC children’s TV program Smile which was her first presenting role. The program aired on Sunday mornings on BBC Two. Humes left the program in 2006 for unknown reasons and the program was axed soon after.
Rochelle Humes Songs
Some of Rochelle and The Saturday’s Songs include:
If This Is Love
Forever Is Over
Just Can’t Get Enough
Anywhere With You
Wish I Didn’t Know
Get ready, Get Set
Rochelle Humes Net Worth
She earns her wealth from her career, therefore, she has amassed a fortune over the years. Rochelle’s estimated net worth Is $1 million.
Who Is Rochelle Humes Married To
Rochelle married her husband JLS member Marvin on July 27, 2012, at Blenheim Palace. Together, they have two daughters; Alaia-Mai and Valentina Raine, and one son; Blake Hampton.