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Bunton, Emma Lee

Born: 1976 AD
Currently alive, at 39 years of age.
Nationality: English
Categories: Singer

1976 – Born on January 21st in Barnet, Hertfordshire, England. English pop singer and former member of Spice Girls.

         – She attended the famous Sylvia Young Drama School in London, during which time she auditioned for several TV parts including that of Bianca in Eastenders, but none of them really panned out.

1993 – Appeared in the film, To Play the King.

1994 – Joined the pop group, Spice Girl (Touch) when the fifth original member left the group.

1997 – Chosen by "People" magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World along with the four other Spice Girls.

         – Winner of the MTV Video Music Award for Best Dance Video, "Wannabe".

1999 – Started her own solo work. Her first single, "What I Am", recorded in collaboration with the UK dance band, Tin Tin Out, was out in November.

2001 – Emma released her first solo album "A Girl Like Me" which featured her cover of Eddie Brickell’s "What I Am" and Emma’s own #1 hit "What Took You So Long".

2003 – Emma released her second solo album, "Free Me", which includes her four hits "Free Me", "Maybe", "I’ll Be There" and "Crickets Sing For Anamaria".

2005 – Her promo tour lead her to the U.S., where a remix of "Free Me" was a popular club track.

2007 – Announced she is expecting a baby with her partner, Jade Jones.