3SL was a short lived British pop vocal group that was made up of Steve, Ant and Andy Scott-Lee. They are the brothers of former Steps singer Lisa Scott-Lee, who also managed the group. They hail from Bodelwyddan in North Wales.
Series 5 finalists of the X Factor recorded the single ‘Hero’ (originally by Mariah Carey). The single was released in November 2008 to raise money for Help For Heroes, a charity which helps provide support for wounded servicemen and women, and went straight to #1 and to date has sold over 770,000 copies and raised over £1 million pounds.
Peter Kay's Britain's Got The Pop Factor ... And Possibly A New Celebrity Jesus Christ Soapstar Superstar Strictly On Ice was a two-hour situation comedy created, written and produced by comedian Peter Kay. The show was aired in two parts on Channel 4 on 12 October 2008, making it the first show Kay has produced on the channel for four years.
Two of the most successful pop bands in the United Kingdom, The Sugababes and Girls Aloud, together released the official 2007 Comic Relief single Walk This Way on 12 March. The song is a cover of the Run-D.M.C. & Aerosmith song Walk This Way and all the proceeds from this went to charity.
The 12 contestants from Series 6 of the X Factor (which took place in 2009). The remaining contestants performed together on every results show, and all-together again during the final weekend, as well as releasing a charity single; this was a cover of Michael Jackson's 'You Are Not Alone', and hit #1 in the charts.
Lee Stephen Mead (born 14/07/81 in Southend-on-Sea) is a British musical theatre actor, best known for his appearance in the BBC series Any Dream Will Do in 2007, which he won on June 9, 2007. His prize for winning was to take on the lead role of Joseph in the London West End production of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat'.