Myleene Angela Klass is a British singer, presenter, musician, model, and businesswoman who was born on April 6, 1978. She was a member of the pop trio Hear’Say before going solo and releasing two classical crossover albums in 2003 and 2007. Klass has recently worked as a television and radio host.
She has hosted ITV shows such as Popstar to Operastar (2010–2011) and BBQ Champ (2015), as well as BBC One’s The One Show (2007). In 2014, she was a frequent panelist on the ITV lunchtime chat show Loose Women for a short time.
Net Worth And Related Stuffs
Myleene Klass has a net worth of $4 million and is an English singer, pianist, media personality, and model. In April 1978, Myleene Klass was born in Gorleston, Norfolk, England. Klass is best known as a member of the Hear’Say pop band. Klass was named a Norfolk County scholar after receiving an A in A-level music.
She won a school engineering competition when she was 12 years old. She studied musical theatre at the University of London’s Royal Academy of Music. She was a cast member of Bravo’s reality show The Dolls House.
Klass made her Broadway debut in Miss Saigon, singing background vocals for Cliff Richard. She was a member of the British musical group Hear’Say, which was formed in 2001 as a result of the ITV reality show Popstars.
With their first single “Pure and Simple” off their self-titled debut studio album, the group gained instant fame and broke chart records. The single was certified 2x Platinum in New Zealand and hit #1 in the United Kingdom. The #1 UK smash “The Way to Your Love” was included on the album.
The band split up in 2002, but reformed in 2014. Klass debuted as a solo artist in 2003 with the release of Moving on, followed by Myleene’s Music for Romance in 2007. She’s also been on The One Show, I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! USA, Escape from Scorpion Island, and Loose Women, among others.
In 2014, she started hosting a Saturday daytime show on Smooth Radio. She is an ambassador for the National Foundation for Youth Music, a children’s music organization.
Early years and professional life
Klass was born to an Austrian father and a Filipino mother in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. She began her secondary school at Norwich’s Notre Dame High School, but then went to Great Yarmouth’s Cliff Park Ormiston Academy in Gorleston-on-Sea.
She spent her Saturdays at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama’s Junior Department, where she studied singing. She studied for her A-levels at East Coast College (Great Yarmouth Campus) for two years before enrolling in a musical theatre course at the Royal Academy of Music in London. At the Open University, I’m also studying AstroPhysics.
Klass spent a brief time after graduation as a cast member of Bravo’s The Dolls’ House reality show.
She made her West End theatre debut in Miss Saigon and sang backing vocals for Sir Cliff Richard, with whom she had previously worked at the age of 10 when she sung in a choir included in his 1988 single “Mistletoe and Wine,” which was the UK Singles Chart’s Christmas number one that year. Don Klass, her brother, is an actor.
Klass has spent most of her life as an amateur astronomer, learning the basics from her father. She was one of a small group of celebrities, engineers, and scientists that gathered to the UK National Space Centre control center on Christmas Day 2003 to witness the landing of the UK Mars mission Beagle 2.
She has been a strong advocate of the United Kingdom’s participation in the European space program since then. Klass openly criticized the London Planetarium’s potential closure in March 2006, and demonstrated how to observe Venus in the early morning on television.
She also appeared on Channel 4’s Richard & Judy to discuss the book Moondust, which recounts the lives of the first men on the moon, and in 2007, she attended a televised party at Patrick Moore’s home in Selsey to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Moore’s monthly broadcast, The Sky at Night. Klass studied astronomy at the Open University in the past.
Klass was assaulted by a bunch of youngsters in a Bermondsey newsagent in December 2005. She was shoved to the ground after a bag of chips was dropped on her head. The teenagers tried to photograph Klass with their cellphones.
Klass was injured in a go-karting accident in Cardiff, South Wales, in May 2006, while participating in a charity race.
She revealed on April 1, 2007, that she was expecting her first child on September 7. As a result, her wedding to Graham Quinn was postponed until 2008. Ava, their daughter, was born on August 16, 2007.
According to Klass’s spokeswoman, “Myleene presented The One Show and drove home feeling strange. She went to the hospital for a checkup and was informed that she was pregnant.”
Klass wrote a book called My Bump and Me: From Morning Sickness to Motherhood — An Honest Diary of My Pregnancy on her pregnancy experiences. On March 25, 2011, she gave birth to a second daughter, Hero.
Klass said she was warned by Hertfordshire Police in January 2010 after flashing a kitchen knife (through a window) at a group of youths who entered her garden when she and her daughter were alone in the house.
She described herself as “utterly afraid” and “astonished” by the police response. Hertfordshire Police denied issuing any such warning, claiming that the law permits residents to defend themselves with reasonable force. It was then stated that Klass’s agent or publicist was the one who informed the police of the event and then passed the tale on to The Sun.
Klass and Quinn married on October 21, 2011, in front of 16 guests. Quinn’s divorce was finalized on April 23, 2013.
She gave birth to her third child, a son named Apollo, on August 1, 2019. Klass’s first kid with Simon Motson, who also has two children from a previous relationship. Klass confirmed her engagement to Motson on September 13th, 2020.