After returning to the ice following an Injury and a dance-off last week, Rachel Stevens returned to the ice performing The Waltz to “If I Ain’t Got You” by Alicia Keys along with partner Brendyn Hatfield. Supported in the audience by former S Club bandmate Jo O’Meara and her mother Linda and Step-Father.
Gathering a score of 25 of 40 from the judges and a low score from the voting public Rachel was once again in the skate off, dancing to Lady A’s “Need You Now”.
Unfortunately, Rachel was eliminated in week 4 of the competition following the dance off.
While this is not the desired outcome, Rachel did fantastic in the competition and she learned a new skill and was able to implement old ones! Rachel danced (on ice) with style and grace and will always be a champion in our eyes!
Check out our gallery for pictures from tonights show
Rachel Stevens, famously known as one seventh of the hardest working band in history S Club 7, has joined Cosmopolitan UK to answer some questions of her history in the music and shine a bit of light on her new Oasis Fashion Line!
With the recent performances of Rachel (including her stint at Proud Embankment over the Christmas holiday) or her recent performance with Gary Barlow ) it seems Rachel has gotten the bug for performing. This has sparked a slew of rumors of both a S Club reunion and a return to solo music.
Recently an article has published that Manchester Pride is going to return this summer and there is a short list of artists believed to be in talks to perform at the event, including, none other than Rachel Stevens. Other artists named include: Sam Smith, Lucy Spraggan, Michelle Visage, and Olly Alexander from Years & Years.
Just last year former External singer Louise Redknapp relaunched her solo career following some festival performances and released her first album in twenty years just last year!
Today, Rachel launched her brand new Glasses Collection by partnering up with LCG. Check out the article below taken from FemaleFirst.
Rachel Stevens has curated a new glasses collection. The 42-year-old singer has collaborated with online retailer, Low Cost Glasses, on a new glasses and sunglasses Edit which includes classic tortoise shell rounds and rectangles, bolder cat eye shapes and on-trend translucents.
Rachel said: “I’ve worn glasses for five years and I love sunglasses too – especially large, statement frames with a dark tint. My personal style is classic, feminine and comfortable. I like to mix tailoring with more relaxed fabrics and I really think that your eyewear should be part of your outfit planning. Putting my Edit together has been great, as I’ve been able to experiment with more styles, shapes and colours than I normally would.”
Rachel encouraged her fans to use the retailer’s virtual-try-on and experiment with some new looks from the Edit, which is priced between £15 to £85.
She added: “It’s so easy to get into a routine of buying for the same shaped frames over and over. Being able to try on as many pairs as you like online means you can experiment with changing your whole look. There is something for everyone in my Edit and I love how all of the frames are really affordable, so you can have a bit more fun with your frames and treat yourself to few pairs to swap and change – just as you would with make-up or jewellery!
“You don’t need to leave home with virtual-try-on, so it’s a great chance to try as many pairs as you like and have some fun with your frames. As a general rule, opposites work well, so if you have a rounder face, then more angular frames look great, and vice versa. I also make sure I am wearing my make-up and experiment with different tops and jewellery, just so I can get a proper feel for how they look – you don’t quite get the same result with your hair scraped back wearing your trusty hoody!”
Last night, Rachel Stevens joined a slew of other celebrities in supporting the “Fight for Life” charity by attending the annual Christmas party. Rachel has been no stranger to the charity and work they do and she has made her image known through-out the years.
Check out the few pictures we’ve been able to gather as of now.