"He always said if I ever needed him, I could speak to him."He's a lovely guy.
He gave me this amazing opportunity so I'll always be grateful to him."While the news may shock some fans of the show, it shouldn't be too surprising that Matt and Simon haven't spoken, since - technically - Simon is no longer his all signed with Simon's record label Syco, but Matt bucked the trend last series when it was revealed he would be signing with RCA Records instead.
The first lead single was "Toy Boy", the single debuted at Number 41 and later climbed to Number 4 on the UK Charts at which it successfully remained for three consecutive weeks. The track also reached Number 3 in Switzerland, while also reaching the Top 15 of Ireland, Belgium, Sweden, Finland and Germany.
Sinitta then released the second lead single of the album, "GTO"; the single reached Number 15 on the UK charts.
Sinitta then released the track the fourth track from Sinitta's debut album "I Don't Believe In Miracles", which reached Number 22 on the charts.
In 1989 Sinitta moved away from working directly with Stock Aitken Waterman, however she did continue to work with Pete Hammond, Phil Harding and Ian Curnow with PWL.
which reached Number 6 and Number 7 in the UK and Ireland respectively.
The track also reached Number 11 in Switzerland, Number 9 in Norway and Number 13 in Ireland. performed moderately and only charted at Number 34 in the UK.
In November 2011, Sinitta was confirmed to be taking part on the eleventh series of I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!
as one of the contestants and would be entering the jungle on Day 3.
Sinitta Malone (born 19 October 1963), known professionally as Sinitta, is an American-British singer. Her net worth in 2016 was estimated to be £7 million.
She initially found commercial success in the mid-1980s with the single "So Macho" and had several other hits during the decade. "So Macho" spent the following six consecutive weeks with the Top 15 in the UK.