Emma Bunton has signed a new deal in a bid to boost her solo career with former Spice Girls’ manager Simon Fuller, who was totally responsible for the meteoric rise of the Spice Girls.
Simon who has since gone on to launch the successful pop band S Club 7, along with the hit UK television show ‘Pop Idol’ and is now worth estimately GBP100 million was then later fired by the “Girl Power” pop outfit in 1997 for allegedly controlling the band and providing them with a jam-packed work schedule.In a statement issued by the artist formerly, well still occasionally, known as Baby Spice, Emma Bunton explained, “They are very supportive of my plans and I am really excited about the future.”
19 Management’s Julian Henry said of the new deal, “It won’t be just about her as a singer.”
Last April, Emma scored a top position on the UK singles chart with her infectious single, ‘What Took You So Long?’ taken off her not-that-bad solo full-length album, ‘A Girl Like Me’ which also has her other hits like ‘Take My Breath Away’, ‘What I Am’ and the most recent ‘We’re Not Going To Sleep Tonight’.
For more information on Emma, visit her official website at www.emmabunton.net