She's the queen of the jungle and she's set to swing into Northern Ireland for one of the most star studded nights of the year in Northern Ireland!
Beautiful Stacey Solomon - the girl who won the hearts of the nation on The X Factor and I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! - will shine in the spotlight at the Sunday Life Spirit of Northern Ireland Awards with Specsavers in Belfast on June 6.
Stacey who sang for an estimated worldwide telly audience of 500 million viewers at last month's FA Cup Final is one of British showbiz's hottest property, starring on prime time UTV Saturday show, Sing If You Can and releasing a best selling autobiography, Stacey: My Story. The 22-year-old is also the current Mum of the Year and the face of the Iceland supermarket chain's advertising campaign.
You have the chance to hear her sing the songs which brought her a second runners-up place on The X Factor 2009 AND meet the down to earth Dagenham diva at our gala awards event at the Ramada Hotel, Shaw's Bridge, Belfast. For Stacey has promised to meet and mingle with YOU and your friends at the celebrity packed event.
Also bound to thrill during a fabulous night's entertainment is high energy Belfast dance troupe, Razzle Dazzle. The young kids with the spectacular moves made the final of SKY TV's hotly contested Got To Dance talent show, hosted by Davina McCall
But of course, the real stars of the night will be the Spirit of Northern Ireland finalists. Fifteen of the finest men, women and children from across Northern Ireland have been selected as finalists in three categories: the UTV Young Person Award; the Specsavers Overcoming Adversity Award and the Sunday Life Unsung Hero Award.
You will be moved to laughter and tears as you hear the heart warming stories of our special stars - the ordinary men, women and children who do extraordinary things in their lives.
Hosts for the night's ceremony will be UTV favourites - The Seven Thirty Show presenters, Tina Campbell and Malachi Cush. And the night will be a celebrity spotters' paradise with many of your favourite faces of TV, stage and screen attending this night of nights.
You can rub shoulders with the great and good and help us pay tribute to the wonderful work of local folk and hail the true 'spirit' of Northern Ireland folk. Tickets are still available for the gala awards ceremony, which includes dinner and top class entertainment. can be purchased from JPR, Sylvan House, 232 Belmont Office Park, Belfast, BT4 2AW, by calling 028 90760066 or by e-mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets cost £55.