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In 2017, she guest presented four episodes of Lorraine on ITV.

In 2017, Humes sat in for Emma Willis on Sunday Morning Breakfast with Stephen Mulhern on multiple occasions on Heart London.

I Dream revolved around the summer school Avalon Heights, run by Professor Toone (played by Christopher Lloyd), where the characters tried to improve on their talents in the performing arts.

The show featured many songs and dances: normally two songs per episode. Between 20, following the split of S Club 8, Humes presented the BBC children's TV programme Smile which was her first presenting role. Humes left the programme in 2006 for unknown reasons and the programme was axed soon after.

The band released another extended play, Chasing The Saturdays which was only released in North America.

The band's fourth studio album, Living for the Weekend saw the release of the singles; "30 Days", "What About Us", "Gentleman" and "Disco Love".

Humes began her TV presenting career by co-hosting children's morning TV show Smile from 2004 until 2006.

In 2013, Humes was a regular panellist on the first series of Sweat the Small Stuff, then became a regular team captain from the second series.

Rochelle Eulah Eileen Humes (née Wiseman; born 21 March 1989) is an English singer and television presenter, best known for her work in pop groups S Club 8 and The Saturdays.

Humes has achieved six Top 10 hits with S Club 8 and thirteen Top 10 hits with girl group The Saturdays, including number-one hit "What About Us". S Club Juniors' appearances was considered a success and consequently 19 Entertainment, the management company that had created S Club 7 and auditioned S Club Juniors, decided they should perform as a support act at all of the venues on the tour.

"Work" was the final single to be released from Chasing Lights.

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