Dust off your dancing shoes, because Harriet's House Party is back with a BANG with some very special guest DJs...
Taking us into the night will be our returning resident DJ, Harriet Rose. A hugely sought after and established DJ both in London and internationally, Harriet has pulled in the crowds at S&U over the years with her ‘hit-after-hit’ sets.
On top of regularly hosting for MTV and presenting award shows, you can catch Harriet on Kiss FM Breakfast, interviewing guests like Sam Smith, Dua Lipa, Little Mix and Daniel Kaluuya.
Harriet spends her summers DJing festivals , events and VIP parties, supporting the likes of Craig David, Gorgon City & Neiked and performed sets at various celebrity and charity events including London Fashion Week.
This year she has some DJ pals joining her at the decks to make sure that her house party is one you want an invite to!
This year we'll be finishing things off by grabbing a refreshing Truly Hard Seltzer and making our way over to the Truly Big Top Tent for some serious sundowners at Harriet's House Party.
As one quarter of the multi award winning, platinum selling girl group All Saints, Melanie Blatt is instantly recognisable, having established a successful music and TV career.
As part of All Saints, Mel had 9 top 10 singles, 2 platinum albums and sales in excess of 10 million worldwide. With hits such as ‘Pure Shores’, ‘I Know Where It's At’ and ‘Never Ever’, the group firmly established themselves as pop royalty.
Outside of the group Mel has had a successful solo career, including a top ten collaboration with Artful Dodger (‘Twenty Four Seven’) and many successful TV projects including a judging role on ‘X Factor New Zealand’ and co-host of ‘The Hot Desk’.
Pop icon, DJ and Grammy nominated artist, Kimberly Wyatt has sold 15 million albums and 40 million singles sales worldwide.
She has reached pop success as a member of one of the biggest selling girl groups of all time, The Pussycat Dolls. The girl group sizzled onto the pop scene in 2005 with their debut album, PCD, and had a string of global hits, including 'Don't Cha', 'Buttons', 'When I Grow Up', 'Jai Ho!' and more.
In 2010 Kimberly became a Judge on the hit Sky1 UK show Got to Dance alongside Adam Garcia and Ashley Banjo, which ran for 5 seasons. She was also the lead Judge for CBBC flagship dance show, Taking the Next Step.
In 2015, Kimberly won the hearts of the British public when she was crowned Celebrity Masterchef Champion. The same year also saw Kimberly join the BBC series Almost Never in the series regular role of Sasha Small. In 2022, Kimberly competed in Dancing On Ice and came third.
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