Queen of the Jungle coming to the Isle of Man - Manx Telecom Bay Festival 

Stacey Solomon, recently crowned Queen of the Jungle on ITV’s ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’, has been confirmed for this year’s Manx Telecom Bay Festival in association with Manx Radio.

by Adrian Niculescu Monday, January 03, 2011
The Dagenham diva wowed the judges in last year’s X-Factor getting through to the final three, where she finished behind Olly Murs and Joe Mcelderry. Along the way Stacey’s unforgettable performances included her duet with Michael Buble ‘Feeling Good’, Michael Jackson’s ‘The Way You Make Me Feel’, and Queen’s ‘Who wants to live forever’. Earlier this year Stacey launched a single, ‘At Last’, in support of the RAF, a song which she had previously performed on the X-Factor. Stacey will be appearing on Sunday afternoon alongside Peter Andre and contenders from this year’s X-Factor and Britain’s Got Talent.

Tickets for the Manx Telecom Bay Festival are now on sale through the website www.bayfestival.im or by phoning the ticket hotline on 01624 600600.

The Manx Telecom Bay Festival is the Isle of Man’s largest music festival and is being held in Nobles Park from 17th to 19th June 2011. For more information

and to see acts announced to date visit http://www.bayfestival.im/.
The official Stacey Solomon website can be found at http://www.staceyxsolomon.com/.

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