32 Facts About Rachel Stevens


Rachel Lauren Stevens was born on 9 April 1978 and is an English businesswoman, singer and actress.


Rachel Stevens was a member of the pop group S Club between 1999 and 2003.


Rachel Stevens released her solo debut studio album Funky Dory in September 2003.


In July 2004, Stevens released the single "Some Girls" as a charity record for Sport Relief, and the single's success prompted Polydor to re-issue Funky Dory with three new songs.


In September 2013, Rachel Stevens announced she was pregnant with her second child and gave birth to Minnie on 1 April.


Rachel Stevens became one of the coaches in the 4th season of RTE's The Voice of Ireland.


Rachel Stevens's father is Michael Stevens and she has two brothers, Jason and Leigh.


In July 2004, Stevens released the BBC Sport Relief charity single, "Some Girls", which was produced by Richard X It became a hit across Europe, and reached number two in the UK.


In March 2005, Rachel Stevens released her new single, "Negotiate with Love", that was a top ten hit in the UK.


In 2005 Rachel Stevens starred the comedy films Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo and Spider-Plant Man.


In 2013 Rachel Stevens was mentor assistant on the New Zealand version of The X-Factor helping Melanie Blatt with the groups category.


On 6 October 2014, Irish state broadcaster RTE confirmed that Rachel Stevens would be taking on one of the red chairs on The Voice of Ireland as the fourth coach.


In December 2014, Rachel Stevens attended the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas special and Strictly Tour, a dance show in UK.


On 12 March 2015, Rachel Stevens appeared on BBC Radio 1's Innuendo Bingo.


In December 2017, Rachel Stevens appeared on an episode of Celebrity Mastermind.


In 2019 Rachel Stevens joined the Rip It Up The 70s theatre show with Louis Smith, Melody Thornton and Lee Ryan.


On 9 November 2022, Rachel Stevens announced that she would be performing at both dates of Mighty Hoopla 2023, an annual two-day pop music festival that takes place in Brockwell Park, marking her first solo performance since 2005.


In 2005 Rachel Stevens fronted the Everyman Testicular Cancer Awareness campaign.


Rachel Stevens's role was notable as she was the first woman to represent this campaign.


In 2005 Rachel Stevens took part in the Make Poverty History campaign, which aims to eliminate poverty in developing countries by cancelling old debts, improving the way aid is given and removing barriers, so these countries can trade more effectively with the rest of the world.


Rachel Stevens donated an undisclosed amount of money to the campaign, and starred in television and magazine advertisements supporting the cause.


On 15 November 2011 it was reported that Rachel Stevens had recorded a collection of songs about fruit and vegetables as a way of helping to encourage children to eat five portions of fruit and veg per day.


Rachel Stevens launched the songs with a one-off performance at a nursery in Streatham, south London.


Rachel Stevens is an ambassador to WaterAid, an organisation that promotes clean water in developing countries all over the world.


Whilst in S Club 7 Rachel Stevens fronted the World Wide Fund for Nature.


In 2009, Rachel Stevens became the new ambassador for Schwarzkopf Herod Gliss hair products.


In October 2011 Rachel Stevens fronted the launch of Seven Seas Health Oils.


On Valentine's Day in 2002 Rachel Stevens became engaged to actor Jeremy Edwards.


In June 2008, Rachel Stevens became engaged to her boyfriend of 18 months, Alex Bourne.


Rachel Stevens's first daughter was born in 2010 and her second in 2014.


In July 2022 Rachel Stevens announced on her Instagram that she and Bourne had separated.


Rachel Stevens has stated that she "observe[s] some of the holidays and I'll go to the synagogue on special occasions".