Who is Brian McFadden? Dancing on Ice and Westlife star's wife, children, height and more facts
29 December 2018, 19:43 | Updated: 12 April 2019, 09:59
Brian McFadden was one of the biggest popstars on the planet with the Westlife boys but what happened in his personal life? Wife, children and more revealed.
Westlife favourite Brian McFadden will now take part in the 2019 series of Dancing on Ice, but what is he famous for and how big is his family?
Here are all the big facts about the Irish singer and presenter including his ex-wives and girlfriends and his children:
Who is Brian McFadden?
Brian is an Irish singer, songwriter and TV presenter, who first found fame in 1999 as a member of the Irish boy band Westlife.
Kerry Katona's ex-husband quit the band in 2004, and later had a solo career for a number of years, including the UK number one 'Real to Me'.
He moved to Australia, and was a judge on Australia's Got Talent. He has since presented a number of UK shows, including Who's Doing the Dishes?.
The singer has also toured with former Boyzone singer Keith Duffy as BoyzLife.
Brian McFadden wife and children: How big is his family?
Brian McFadden married former Atomic Kitten singer Kerry Katona in 2002.
The couple have two daughters together, Molly and Lilly Sue. They divorced in 2006.
He was then in a relationship with Australian singer and actress, Delta Goodrem, from 2004 to 2011.
Brian met Irish model Vogue Williams, in 2011, and they married in 2012 in Florence, Italy. However, the couple separated in 2015 and she is now married to Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews.
Brian is now in a relationship with teacher Danielle Parkinson.
Brian McFadden height: How tall is he?
Brian is 6ft 1 (185.4 cm) tall.
Brian McFadden age: How old is he?
Brian was born on April 12, 1980. He celebrated his 38th birthday in 2018.
He was born in Dublin, Ireland, and was raised Catholic by his parents.
Brian's younger sister Susan is best known for playing Sandy in Grease at the Piccadilly Theatre and Elle Woods in Legally Blonde the Musical at the Savoy theatre in London's West End. She was also a member of the all female Celtic music group, Celtic Woman.