Marvin Humes Net Worth, Career & Relationship
Facts of Marvin Humes Net Worth, Career & Relationship
|Net worth||$7 million|
|Date of Birth:||1985 March 18|
|Age:||36 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United Kingdom|
Marvin Humes net worth: $7 million
Marvin Richard James Humes is an English actor, television presenter and Pop Singer with the English boy band JLS who has also hosted a Capital network radio show, best known as a former member of the boyband JLS, the runner-up boyband to Alexandra Burke in the fifth series of The X-factor whose estimated net worth is $7 million. Humes hosted BBC’s The Voice UK with Emma Wills and created a DJ-Producer-Dance act LuVBug after successful five years. Currently, he hosts The Capital Late Show on Monday through Thursday from 10 pm to 1 am, Capital Evening Show airing Fridays from 7 pm to 10 pm, and Capital's 'Big Top 40' and 'Sunday Night Throwback' on Sundays from 4 pm to 8 pm.
Oritse Williams decided to form his own boy band when he did not feel right that they were scouted for a number of boy bands. He met Marvin Humes, through friends, who had experience in R&B and pop music, being a part of VS in 2004. Further Aston Merrygold and JB Gill patched up the group. They bonded and became friends. Together they were called UFO (an initialism of Unique Famous Outrageous). UFO instantly signed to Epic Records While working their way into the music business. UFO auditioned for the Fifth Series of The X Factor in 2008 but had to change their name because it was already being used by another group, so they decided to call themselves JLS (an initialism of Jack the Lad Swing, the style created with Tracklacers some months back). In week 7, JLS were in the bottom two along with Rachel Hylton. However, they survived thanks to votes from Walsh, Cheryl Cole and Simon Cowell. In week 8, JLS performed “Baby One More Time” but out of four judges, two judges commented negative comments. JLS performed “Umbrella” and “I’m Already There” in week 9 and paved their way to the final. JLS, becoming the runners-up, were the fourth band to make the final. Syco announced that they were to sign JLS with an advance payment of $98000, following their success on The X Factor.
Following their appearance on The X Factor, the band's self-titled debut album was released on late 9 November 2009 and was sold over 1 million copies in the UK. At the 2010 BRIT Award, JLS won the awards for British Breakthrough and British Single. They achieved MOBO awards for Best Song for "Beat Again” and also Best Newcomer in 2009. JLS signed a record deal in the United States with Jive Records by the end of 2010. As of 2013, they were titled as the sixteenth richest reality TV stars in the UK, with an estimated fortune of $8 million per member, totaling $31 million. After JLS came to an end in December 2012, Humes signed with an acting agent, hoping that landing a part of a credible show would give him the platform to launch a career in acting. On 24 April 2013, the band were to split after their fifth album and tour. On 24 October 2013, they released their last book as a band called Forever and a Day, One Last Goodbye X
On 23 July 2014, Humes formed a new dance group called LuvBug featuring The White N3RD and JKAY and announced through social networking sites. On the Capital network, Humes began hosting his own radio show on Friday and Saturday evenings through March 2013. Humes made his television presenting debut on 23 August 2013. He co-presented ITV’s This Morning with his wife Rochelle Humes until 2015. In November 2016, Humes co-presented BBC's Children in Need appeal to his wife. He will play Apollo Creed in the 2017 series The Keith & Paddy Picture Show.
Marvin’s Personal Life
Humes is a great fan of Chelsea F.C., begin Michael Jackson his biggest inspiration. Humes started dating Rochelle Humes in March 2010. They moved in together in August 2010. They got engaged in December 2011 and married at Blenheim Palace in July 2012. Wiseman gave birth to their daughter called Alaia-Mai. Humes was nominated for "Celebrity Dad of the Year 2013". Unfortunately, he lost to Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah. The couple's second child; a daughter called Valentina Raine, was born on 10 March 2017. He often played for England in the 2016 Soccer Aid, which was broadcast on ITV.
Marvin Humes and wife Rochell