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Vanessa White - Biography

Vanessa White rose to fame as one fifth of The Saturdays 

Vanessa White in a black outfit at a red carpet event
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Who is Vanessa White?

Vanessa White was one of the members of British girl group The Saturdays,

She was born on 30 October 1989 in Somerset to an English father and Filipina mum. Singing was always her dream – Vanessa even convinced her mum to call her baby sister Celine, in honour of Celine Dion. 

After attending Sylvia Young Theatre school she starred in West End productions such as The Lion King. The songbird had already been signed as a solo artist when a spot in The Saturdays opened up and she joined Mollie King, Rochelle Humes, Frankie Bridge and Una Healy.

Vanessa White's career

 The Saturdays' debut single If This Is Love landed in the top ten. More chart-topping tunes followed including All Fired Up, Higher, Notorious, Missing You and What About Us, their first No.1. 

Alongside her time in the group, Vanessa starred in reality show Popstar to Operastar, and took part in I'm A Celebrity... in 2017, placing eighth in the competition. 

The Saturdays never officially split, but have been on hiatus since 2014, concentrating on their solo careers.

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