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Welcome to Nadine Coyle UK, your ultimate source for everything about Nadine Elizabeth Louise Coyle. Nadine is an Irish singer, songwriter, actress and model. She rose to fame in the early 00's as a member of the girl group Girls Aloud. She then started her solo career in 2010, became a mother in 2014 and released an EP in 2017. In 2019, she appeared on "I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here" and placed 5th.
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Nadine Coyle has been announced as part of this years line-up to appear on The Great British Bake Off for the show’s Stand Up To Cancer edition this spring.

The series will see four celebrities at a time battle it out over three rounds – the Signature, the Technical and the Showstopper – in a bid to be crowned Star Baker.

Judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith will also return to crown the best celebrity baker, while host Matt Lucas will also be back in the tent.

Stand Up To Cancer is a joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4.

Nadine’s iconic “I enjoy cooking, baking and stuff, working with flour” meme is currently trending again on Twitter, as fans are hyped about her appearance on the show.

The series starts on Tuesday 9th March


Nadine is again supporting this local Derry charity ‘Foyle Hospice‘, who are raising funds with their Female Walk event.

Every year, the event is normally held in a set location in Derry. However, because of the pandemic, they are doing a special lockdown virtual event that anyone can take part in all around the world!

It is easy to register here – https://register.enthuse.com/ps/event/Femalewalklockdownstyle

Once you sign up online you get your Female Walk “Lockdown Style” T-shirt (that our Nadine models very well!) and information pack on how to get sponsors.

Do your walk in your own time and in your own way. When you are finished upload a picture to your social media and tag @FoyleHospice and share to encourage other ladies to take part.

The walk is approx 5k, but you can do more if you like. Use a tracker on a smart phone or watch and share your results! Do your walk by 30th September.


There’s a new date to add to your diaries!

Nadine Coyle will be taking part in The Massive Get Together, a brilliant entertaining online event.

10 cherished UK charities are uniting to respond against the impact that COVID-19 has had on them, for an evening of celebrity entertainment, surprise and laughs, in a bid to raise an incredible £500,000!

The Massive Get Together will be hosted live and online by TV and radio broadcasters Gaby Roslin and Amanda Byram on Thursday 17th September 20:00!

To get access, donate £10 to https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/the-massive-get-together

Once you have donated, you’ll be sent an automatic confirmation of your donation from Crowdfunder. After this, The Massive Get Together team will then send you an email within 24 hours with more detail about what to expect on the night. Your personal live event access information will be sent to you on the day before the event.

Enjoy the show!


Nadine Coyle has joined forces with BBC Children In Need and Asda to launch a campaign that will raise money to help disadvantaged children and young people through play.

The former Girls Aloud star said she is thrilled to support the 2018 Power Of Play campaign, and is the initiative’s new Play Ambassador.

The singer recently visited the Limes Community Centre in Walthamstow, north-east London, to find out how funding from the charity is helping disabled children with opportunities to play.

The centre, which encourages its young attendees to try new things, develop skills and explore their senses through different play-related activities, is partially funded by Children In Need, receiving a grant of just over £75,000 from the charity across three years.

The funding enables them to pay for a Child and Family Support Co-ordinator, who plans and delivers play activities.

At the centre, Coyle met Aleenah, who has no sight in her right eye due to Peter’s Syndrome, a rare condition which means the eye does not fully develop in the womb.

The Limes has been invaluable to the eight-year-old, as having access to its sensory room has helped her be more relaxed with light, and her sensitivity levels have improved.

Coyle, 33, said the centre has a “beautiful atmosphere” and is a “very happy place” for all those to use it and benefit from it.

She added that there should be more such facilities available across the country to help those in need.

Dr Amanda Gummer, a research psychologist specialising in child development, said: “Play is vital for healthy child development – it’s how children make sense of their world and develop all sorts of important skills.

“Children’s natural curiosity and imagination help them learn about the way the world works, and playing with friends teaches them the social skills they need throughout their lives. Active play promotes physical development and well-being and a balanced approach to play promotes healthy, holistic child development.”

Coyle has worked with Children In Need several times throughout her career, and said the Power Of Play campaign was the “perfect” project for her.

As part of the campaign, Asda also hopes to inspire parents to play games with their children in an attempt to get them away from their computer screens, something that Coyle has struggled to do with her own daughter.

Coyle noticed a change in four-year-old Anaiya, her daughter with partner Jason Bell, when she was playing on her iPad.

The singer said: “She loved watching videos of other people opening presents and playing with toys.

“It put her in a bad mood, so we stopped it completely.”

Asda customers will be able to pick up a play planner, take part in in-store fundraising activities or purchase Pudsey clothing and ears, with all donations going to Children In Need.

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>> Public Appearances > 2018 > November 1st – Children In Need Power of Play

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