Capital FM in London spoke with former Hear’Say star Kym Marsh who opened up about leaving the pop group, and the band’s breakup shortly thereafter. “I think they would have split anyway,” Kym responded when asked if they would have split if she had stayed in the group. “Because if what they say happened to them – all the abuse and being spat at etc – is the truth, then that would have happened whether I was there or not. It wasn’t happening when I was still in the band, but our popularity was on the wane.”
Kym Marsh Seeks Professional Help For Flying Phobia
March 27, 2003 – The Sun reports former Hear’Say singer Kym is going to have therapy to overcome her fear of flying. “I freak out a lot about flying and my management decided it would be a good idea to get professional help,” Marsh admitted. “I cry on my way to the departure gates and when I get on the plane I get really dry-mouthed and my breathing goes all funny.”
Kym Ends Klass War With ‘Cry’
January 17, 2003 – The Sun reports former Hear’Say star Kym Marsh is ending her feud with the group by writing a track about the band’s last days. ‘Cry’ will launch Kym’s solo career in April, and will include the line: “I think about you every day, no matter what I do or say/I’d just like to say I never meant to make you cry.” The lyrics reportedly address bandmate Myleene Klass’ tearful appearance on the Frank Skinner show after the split. A source close to the singer said, “The song is her way of saying sorry for anything that happened and a sign she is moving on.”
Kym Marsh Packing Lumber At Do It Yourself Store
November 10, 2002 – The Sunday People reports former Hear’Say singer Kym was spotted at a do-it-yourself store carrying out wood for a bit of home handiwork with EastEnder hubby Jack Ryder. One onlooker who spotted the pair in St Albans, Herts, said: “It seems Kym has got Jack doing the DIY like any new husband should but he was looking a bit tired as he carried the packages.”
Kym Marsh Switches On The Christmas Lights
November 3, 2002 – Former Hear’Say member Kym was on hand at the Lakeside Shopping Centre in Grays, Essex, UK, where she switched on the Christmas lights on Friday night (November 1).
Kym Marsh Surprised But Not Smug On Hear’Say Demise
October 1, 2002 – The Sun spoke with former Hear’Say singer Kym, who admitted to being shocked that the group decided to split. Marsh said, “Our paths just don’t cross and I don’t have their phone numbers. It came as a bolt out of the blue. I had no idea.” She insists she’s not happy to see the group’s demise though. “One thing I would like to make clear is that I’m not wearing a smug little smile. In fact, I wish the band all the best and hope they can all go on and make a career of it, either with other bands or as solo artists.” Read more.