driven by web searches for the name of Roman Kemp, the 19-year-old musician and 6ft 1in fashion-model son of Martin Kemp, the TV soap star, film producer and bass player with Spandau Ballet.
Evidently, sharp-eyed fans had been excited to catch three glimpses of both Roman and his sister house this week on the UK’s Channel 5.
He was immediately tipped at 5/2 as bookies’ favourite to win the three-week competition.
In response to this surge of interest in the model showbiz family, Shapersofthe80s rounds up a few links to reports we have published in the past — not forgetting mother Shirlie Kemp who was herself a popstar in the 80s in a double act with Pepsi Demacque, as well as being one of the jive girls in Wham! But Google search reveals Roman to be the star of the moment, just as his career switches into gear as a fashion model.
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