Danny shot to fame on Popstars

Former Hear’Say star Danny Foster says he’s not jealous of the success experienced by his bandmates.

The singer shot to fame as one fifth of the band, formed on TV talent show Popstars in 2001, but has kept a low profile since the group split.

He’s now auditioning for The Voice and insists that he’s not envious of the careers of former bandmates Myleene Klass and Kym Marsh.

‘I have never seen that they have done better than me,’ says Danny, 34.

‘Their advertising deals and stuff like that is fair enough but musically I am still singing and that is what I got into Popstars for.

‘I never went into it to be a model or an actor. I went in to be a singer. I wish them the best.’

Soul singer Danny is still pals with the rest of Hear’Say but he has quashed speculation that they’ll star on the next series of The Big Reunion.

‘I spoke to the guys this week and we were chuckling about The Big Reunion,’ the singer tells The Sun.

‘But everyone is doing their own thing – the girls are very busy and have contracts.

‘When The Big Reunion was on, people were asking whether Hear’Say were going to do it. It was brilliant TV but maybe it is best left to nostalgia.’

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Anna Francis