Stacey shares her bestselling story of her rise to the top in My Story So Far As a kid, Stacey dreamed of becoming a star.
But at 17, it looked like her dream was shattered when she got pregnant by mistake.
Always the fighter, new single mum Stacey rallied, found a college with a creche for her son Zachery and waitressed at night, determined that he should have the opportunities she didn't. And then the X Factor came along, where she stunned Britain with her astonishing voice.
She has now gone from from hard-up single mum to X Factor favourite to Queen of the Jungle and much-loved TV presenter in just two years. Stacey Solomon's My Story So Far is a fantastic and inspirational read by a modern-day heroine who has remained true to her working class roots and who has always looked on the bright side of life. 'Stacey has charmed that nation with her down-to-earth personality and irrepressible spirit.
She has no idea how popular she is and that's why people love her' Sunday Mirror 'Very honest and very open.
Lots of young girls will read this and identify with it.
Brilliant. I advise anyone to go and read it' Louise Redknapp, Something for the Weekend, BBC1 'If Stacey Solomon wasn't real, you'd want to make her up.
She's hilariously dizzy yet whip-smart. She's a treat' Scotsman 'She has a warm smile, an infectious laugh and a heart of gold' Love It 'Dagenham Darling' Daily Mirror Just an ordinary girl from Dagenham, Essex but with an amazing talent, Stacey Solomon was catapulted to fame when she wowed Simon Cowell at the X Factor audition that changed her life forever.
Her music career launched, Stacey has been a national treasure ever since, culminating in her victory on I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here.
She began her presenting career on ITV's Sing if You Can, and is the face of Iceland.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 304 pages, 1 col. Illustrations, ports. (chiefly col.)
- Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 10/11/2011
- Category: Individual composers & musicians, specific bands & groups
- ISBN: 9780718158170
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