- Nicole Appleton was a member of the popular girl group All Saints.
- The singer shares a child with Oasis frontman and former husband Liam Gallagher.
- Nicole is now a presenter for Magic Radio.
One of the biggest names in the music industry during the '90s was Nicole Appleton. During her twenties, she achieved great stardom and is still recognized to this day for her incredible work.
Now that it was been a few decades since the peak of her career, here is everything we know about what Nicole is up to, and a look back down memory lane.
Nicole Appleton is still working in the music industry, but in a brand-new way. Here is what she is up to now.
Nicole is now a celebrity presenter on Magic Radio and interviews some very nostalgic stars for her show. Her past guests have included music group Take That and Susanna Hoffs from The Bangles.
"I listen to Magic Radio every single morning, it’s my favorite station to start the day with, and I’ve always wanted to do my own radio show so I’m really excited! I can’t wait to play some big songs to wind down your weekends," Nicole told Magic Radio.
Is Nicole Appleton single? The singer has a pretty unique family life.
Nicole is happily married to her husband Stephen Haines and tends to show a lot of pictures of the two of them together on her Instagram. The couple have a daughter together and Nicole also has a son from a previous marriage.
The former All Saints singer used to be married to fellow music group star Liam Gallagher from the band Oasis. The two have a son, Gene Gallagher, together. After it was exposed that Liam stepped out of their marriage and had a child with someone else, the two called their very public relationship quits.
While it’s unclear whether Nicole and Liam have any kind of relationship now, she seems to have a close bond with their son Gene per her social media.
What is Nicole Appleton known for? The All Saints speak for themselves.
Nicole is mostly known for being one of the singers in the iconic '90s girl group All Saints. The pop stars reached massive success together, earning several MTV Award nominations, and a handful of iconic hits.
Just like most beloved girl groups, All Saints made the decision to go on hiatus and pursue their own individual music careers back in 2001. But, that doesn't mean that they broke up for good.
After the group’s former member Simone Rainford tragically passed away in 2013, the girls got back together and have released two new albums since then, the most recent being their "Testament" album in 2018.