The former child pop star now living life with Newcastle United star

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Daisy Evans was part of spin-off group, S Club 8.

S Club 8 (also known as S Club Juniors), were a spin-off group of S Club 7, formed in 2001 on reality television music competition, S Club Search.

The group consisted of three boys and five girls, all of which were in their early teens at the time. During their career, which lasted three years, they had a fair amount of success. Their singles included One Step Closer, Automatic High and Sundown.

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The group released two albums, Together released in 2002 and Sundown released in 2003. They also had their own fictional television series named I Dream, which aired on CBBC in 2004.

The members of the group are now adults, and some have gone on to have successful careers after the group. Most notably, Frankie Bridge and Rochelle Humes who were members of the UK girl group, The Saturdays. Frankie and Rochelle now both work as television presenters.

One of the members of S Club 8, is Daisy Evans who is now 33 years old. Daisy, who currently works as a make-up artist, is married to Newcastle United star Jonjo Shelvey. The couple share three children together, a daughter born in 2014, another daughter born in 2016 and a son born in 2020.

Daisy and Jonjo became engaged in 2013 and married in 2015. It was reported by The Mirror that comedian Jimmy Carr performed at their wedding.

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The couple now live a fairly private life, with Daisy’s personal Instagram account set to private. She has another Instagram account that she uses for her make-up artistry. On this account, she also posted a live stream of herself and fellow former S Club 8 member, Jay Asforis discussing the group’s short-lived career and their current ventures.

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