Hear'Say star in reported bust-up with band-mate Myleene Klass...
Hear’Say star KYM MARSH has walked out of the group after a huge row, according to a newspaper report today (Sunday, January 13).
According to the News Of The World, Marsh quit after refusing to go to Oman to perform a show for British troops. The Hear’Say star is quoted as describing the proposed Oman gig as a “shameless publicity stunt”.
The paper also reports that Marsh issued a personal statement, which read: “I have quit the band. It is nobody’s fault. It just wasn’t working any more.”
According to the report, Marsh clashed with fellow group member Myleene Klass over her refusal to play the show in the Middle East. Marsh is said to have been willing to play the show for the troops, but felt that the plan to allow a BBC film crew to tag along made it little more than a “publicity stunt”.
Marsh, who is a mother of two and engaged to ‘Eastenders’ actor Jack Ryder, is said to have been unhappy with the way Hear’Say were going. Their rush-released second album ‘Everybody’ failed to make any impact on the charts. And less than a year after the group were formed from the ‘Popstars’ TV show, many were tipping them to be the first major pop act to split in 2002.