Denise van outen and lee mead dating
Denise Van Outen made her second appearance of the week on Loose Women, looking sassy in a tropical and leopard print shirt.We're loving these mixed prints which are a fun way to inject some colour into your summer wardrobe; meanwhile the pussybow detail gives it a retro edge.My mum almost died giving birth and my sister had a terrible birth.'My best friend had also just had a traumatic birth when the cord around her baby's neck.There's this whole stigma thing about too posh to push.in the UK touring production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.Following Joseph, Mead performed in the UK tours of Tommy (ensemble and first cover Tommy) and Miss Saigon (ensemble and first cover Chris) before joining the West End production of Phantom of the Opera as an ensemble player and understudy for the role of Raoul.Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat opened in the West End on 17 July 2007 to generally good reviews: "Lee Mead… what distinguishes him is an attractive singing voice and, coming from beneath hair that owes more to Uncle Esau than father Jacob, lots of affable charisma…
Mead went on to appear in the role of Fiyero in the London production of Wicked, from to 5 February 2011 opposite Rachel Tucker as Elphaba, the Wicked Witch Of the West and Louise Dearman as Galinda, the Good Witch.
We were best friends, unbreakable...'The whole relationship fell apart when we started to renegotiate our contracts because I always felt we worked together as a team and that’s how it should be. 'Not just us but the rest of the team working on the show.
I always had that mentality that it was about all of us.
While performing in The Phantom of the Opera, Mead auditioned for the BBC series Any Dream Will Do, hoping to win a six-month contract playing Joseph in the 2007 West End revival of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
From 10,000 initial auditionees, Mead was selected as one of the final 12 potential 'Josephs' who performed live on TV every Saturday night to win the public's vote.