Brian and Vogue will be on new channel ITVbe with a brand new series Seven Days With… You can catch their episode, episode 3 on Monday 27th October at 10pm.

Seven Days With…is a brand new reality series that spends a week behind closed doors with your favorite celebrity couples. From showbiz glitz, to the humdrum of daily life; it’s a unique insight into the lives of some of our best loved twosomes in the public eye and tells the real stories behind the glamour

Oct 14, 2014

Brian 13-year-old daughter Molly has recorded a song for her mum’s, Kerry Katona 34th birthday.

Proud mum Kerry uploaded a video of her eldest daughter singing and playing the ukulele onto her YouTube account.


Check the song out below:

Sep 22, 2014

We will be adding screen grabs from the first season of the amazing “Who’s Doing the Dishes” hosted by Brian. (Sorry for the delay)

So far, here is Episode 1 featuring Mr Louis Walsh!

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Sep 18, 2014

As you probably know, Brian is hosting a new daytime ITV show, “Who’s Doing The Dishes?”

There is great celebrities cooks for this series which include: Louis Walsh, Claire Richards, Amy Childs, Jo Wood, Tina Malone, Wes Brown, Dane Bowers, Alison Hammond, Toyah Wilcox, Sian Lloyd, Vincent Simone, Cheryl Baker, Martin Offiah, Michelle Heaton, Gillian McKeith and Jo McElderry.

The premiere is TODAY, September 1st at 4pm and will continue to show at the same time on weekdays on Freeview channel 3 and Sky 103.

Sep 1, 2014

Former Westlife singer Brian McFadden is unleashing his inner Keith Lemon for ITV’s new Through the Keyhole-style daytime show, Who’s Doing The Dishes?, which screens weekdays from Monday, September 1 at 4pm. The series asks four members of the public to guess which celebrity’s house they’re having a meal in that day. TV Times caught up with Brian to find out more…

It takes a brave celebrity to agree to cook for strangers – much less allow them to snoop around their house!
“I know, they were fabulous sports and really game for a laugh. They have to cook a starter, main and dessert for the guests and in between each course the diners can snoop around their house, looking for clues of whose house it is. Of course we’ve hidden revealing photos!”

How nervous are the stars about cooking?
“They start off in the kitchen pretending they don’t really care, but as soon as the first dish is out they get competitive and want the guests to like it. It does not go down well when the diners start criticising. Louis Walsh kicks off the first week and they said his food was ‘disgusting’! They didn’t realise he was watching them in the kitchen. To be fair, they were right though.”

Is Louis that bad a cook?
“Worse. I was shocked by how awful he is. He never does it. He cooked a fish and chips starter to throw them off his Irish scent and the chips were like rocks. You could chip a tooth on them. I nearly vomited watching him make a ‘marinade’ for chicken wings – he just poured ketchup, mustard and water over them. The diners refused to eat it. Just horrendous.”

Did they guess it was Louis?
“They did at one point, after various clues, but then they talked themselves out of it! That often happens. One diner thought it was Heston Blumenthal – as if he’d serve up that muck!”

What happens if the diners guess right?
“A cash prize goes into a collective pot for them to share at the end of the week. But if they lose, they have to do the dishes and clean the celeb’s messy kitchen. We had two diners refuse to do it. They had guessed correctly but been over-ruled by the other two in the group, so they made them do the dishes!”

Which stars were the most fun?
“Louis Walsh, as a day hanging out with him is always fun. Strictly’s Vincent Simone was a giggle too – although he’s so naughty we can’t use half the stuff he said. Sunderland defender Wes Brown was good as I got to hang around a footballer and his swanky house all day; and I enjoyed watching Jo Wood cook, as she had fantastic stories from her Rolling Stones days.

“The best food came from Steps singer Clare Richards: she did an amazing Thai green curry. Geoff Capes was perhaps the least successful. He’s obviously a competitive man so took the whole thing a bit too seriously. The diners didn’t like his furniture or food and he did not take criticism well! You really don’t want to be having a go at the World’s Strongest Man when he’s listening to it in the kitchen!”

Post Westlife, your TV career really seems to be taking off…
“It’s not really a career, I never thought about doing telly. I did a bit when I lived in Australia, and when I came back to the UK I was asked to present some guest spots on Daybreak. I thought it’d be a nice way to show my face on UK TV again and really enjoyed it. It gets me out of my comfort zone. I’m not nervous singing on stage any more, whereas TV gets the nerves and adrenalin flowing again, which I like. I’m still doing music. I’m just having a six-month break to enjoy TV.”

You’re fronting a cooking show so we’ve got to ask, Brian, what are your culinary skills like?
“Rubbish. I can do beans on toast or egg on toast. That’s it. Filming this series has actually put me off wanting to cook – too much preparation!”

Finally, who does the dishes in your house?
“The dishwasher. I’m not a Marigolds man. I tell my wife [Irish model Vogue Williams] she should wear the gloves but, as you can imagine, that doesn’t go down too well!”

Source: WhatsOnTv

Aug 27, 2014

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Aug 11, 2014

Brian McFadden has revealed that his daughter loves being part of a large family.

The former Westlife star has daughters Mollie and Lily-Sue with his ex-wife Kerry Katona. Kerry also has three other children, Heidi and Max from her marriage to Mark Croft and baby Dylan-Jorge with boyfriend George Kay.

Brian said: “They are [excited to have another baby around]. Kerry’s got a big brood already and the girls do like having a big family. There’s always excitement in that house!”

He added: “Molly’s the big sister as well, so she always has that protective thing, so she’s happy to have another little baby around.”

The singer admitted that he would like to have a baby with his wife Vogue Williams. He said: “I think maybe three is enough for me. Maybe a boy. It’s not something we want right now; we’re both so busy.”

Source: STV

Aug 10, 2014

Brian McFadden found fame in his teens with the Irish boyband Westlife. Since quitting the act to go solo in 2004, he has appeared as a judge on Australia’s Got Talent, presented the dating show Stand By Your Man on Channel 5 and will star in The War Of The Worlds musical later this year. He lives in London with his wife, model Vogue Williams.

Do you drive at the moment?
No. Vogue drives, she has a Skoda Yeti. I haven’t got a car yet because I’m just waiting until I find out where we’re going to be settled full-time. My last car in Australia was a Ferrari F430.

So you’re a car buff then?
Oh yeah, I’ve had so many cars. The thing about me is, I’ve never had a car for more than six months. I just kept changing, changing, changing.

What’s been your best car?
I think the last one, the Ferrari F430, was probably my favourite. I had the first Hummer in Ireland when they came out. It was fairly noticeable, especially in Dublin.

And the worst?
I guess my worst car was a three wheel Robin Reliant with the Only Fools And Horses logo on it, back in the early 2000s. It was a Christmas present and I used to drive it around Dublin, but it kept tipping over. I still have it.

It actually went missing in my family. It was taken up to County Donegal for a function and no one found it afterwards. My uncle died about six months ago and we were at the funeral. When we were at the house I went outside to the garage and underneath 16 mattresses piled up on top, there was the old car hidden away at the back of the garage.

Are you a good driver?
I like driving and I like racing as well. I did some racing in Australia. I did a big celebrity race at the Formula 1 in Albert Park [in Melbourne] a couple of years ago, which was brilliant. We got training for three weeks and it was good. I definitely like speed.

Are you a backseat driver when Vogue’s behind the wheel?
I try and just close my eyes and let her do her thing.

What are your pet hates when you’re driving?
I hate when you’re on the motorway and people are in the fast lane just hovering along, that drives me absolutely bananas… Just get out of the fast lane. There are three lanes, the really slow lane, the normal lane and the “don’t be in this lane if you’re going to drive like that” lane.

I hate driving in London, it’s disgusting. It’s frustrating because every time you turn a corner you’re stuck in traffic.

What music do you listen to when driving?
Anything and everything. I’ve got all the oldies on my phone like Guns N’ Roses, Nirvana, Oasis; I’ll even listen to a bit of One Direction.

Do you ever listen to some Westlife on the road?
No, we sang the songs so much that it doesn’t have the same effect. Because I’ve heard them so much, you just couldn’t listen to them now.

Source: Aberdeen Journals

Aug 7, 2014

I’ve been working hard sorting through thousands of photo from over 8 years which has been difficult, we now have a few years of appearances live, all photoshoots, social media, scans, screen grabs and Westlife photos. Click on a thumbnail below to view more!

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Jul 2, 2014

Some matches are made in heaven.

And some are made on TV – and believe us, there’s very little that’s heavenly about this dating show.

“One thing you can guarantee is that at least once a week you’re going to go, what the hell?”, says the show’s co-host Brian McFadden, of Westlife fame.

“The contestants are very forward – it’s much wilder than Take Me Out.

“If it aired before the watershed we’d have to cut most of the footage. It would only last about five minutes… I was shocked by a lot of it.”

The OMG factor comes from seeing 40 women cheekily interrogate four men who hope to win a date with one of them.

At the end of each round, the women then go and stand by their favourite man.

Brian, 33, explains that the ladies will put the guys through a series of challenges.

“The first round is visual and the girls go for really obvious things like big arms or chests or who looks most attractive.

“But by the pillow talk round, it all changes, and they like the guy with the best personality,” he says.

The man with the most women in his line at the end is the champion and he can choose which girl he wants to date.

But even that is risky.

“If you went out with them you’ll have the best night ever…and probably end up in prison,” laughs Brian.

“On one of the dates they’re going for a curry – they’re the worst prizes ever.”

Brian and co-host Laura Jackson will mingle with the singletons, inviting them to reveal further cheeky snippets of information about themselves.

After saying bye-bye to the rejection pile, most of the women return to the show each week, meaning that viewers will get to know them.

It has been a chance for Brian, who is married to model and DJ Vogue Williams, to learn what women really want!

“This show was a real eye-opener for me,” he says.

“Muscles, they all want tall, dark, handsome with muscles. But who doesn’t? Don’t we all!

“I’m over the moon to host this show,” he adds.

“Dating should be a fun and exciting experience and I’m looking forward to creating compatible matches, fingers crossed!”

Stand By Your Man – Friday, Channel 5, 10pm

SOURCE: Mirror

Jun 8, 2014