Kimberley Walsh

Kimberley Walsh


Kimberley Walsh is a girl who knows how to juggle. Over the last few years she has danced her way to the Strictly finals, wrote her autobiography, released a debut solo album, starred in West End musicals, presented TV shows and performed in sell-out arenas around the country. 

As well as being a full time Mum to sons Bobby and Cole, 2017 saw Kimberley co-host Channel 5 special 'Strictly: Before They Were Stars' alongside Gethin Jones, team up with Cancer Research UK on their 'Give Up Clothes For Good' campaign, voice series two of the Channel 5 series 'One Night With My Ex' and finished the year off by taking part in the 2017 'Strictly Christmas Special' receiving the highest score from all four of the judges. 

Kimberley is no stranger to TV presenting having previously guest presented on 'Lorraine' and 'Loose Women' as well as the weekly style slot on ITV's 'This Morning'. She co-presented Viva's weekly music show 'Suck My Pop', fronted a one-off documentary 'Blue Jean' on Sky1 and presented live events such as 'The BAFTA'S' and 'The X Factor'. 

Kimberley also released 'Centre Stage' her debut solo album, after 10 years in the record breaking girl band Girls Aloud, and has collaborated with a diverse range of musicians such as Alfie Boe, Ne-Yo, Ronan Keating and Jamie Cullum to name a few.  

As an actress, Kimberley has starred as Rebecca in Disney’s TV series 'The Lodge’, and hit the big screen too after appearing in children's movies 'Horrid Henry' and 'All Stars’. 

In addition Kimberley has been a regular on the West End Stage. She won rave reviews for her role as Princess Fiona in 'Shrek The Musical', embraced the festive spirit in the magical 'Elf The Musical' and joined Denise Van Outen for a week long run at Cadogan Hall in the classic 'Sweet Charity'.

Kimberley has recently launched Kimba Kids - a new clothing rang for children, guest starred in 2 x episodes of Channel 4's 'Ackley Bridge', and presented her one woman show for a week long residency at London's Crazy Coqs.