Dancing on Ice Brian McFadden: Age, net worth and girlfriend revealed as he competes on ITV
27 December 2018, 19:01 | Updated: 3 January 2019, 15:13
Westlife's Brian McFadden has swapped the mic for ice skates but who is he? Net worth, current girlfriend and more revealed.
Brian McFadden, aged 38, has been confirmed as one of the celebrity contestants for Dancing on Ice 2019.
The singer-songwriter, who is competing against the likes of Gemma Collins and James Jordan, is best known for his time in chart-topping pop sensation Westlife and for his romantic life including his ex-wives and girlfriends making headlines.
Here's all you need to know about the Brian, including his net worth, who is hoping to skate his way to victory with professional partner Alex Murphy:
What is Brian McFadden's net worth?
Brian McFadden has an estimated net worth of £12million according to Spear's magazine.
While a large chunk of his fortune will come from Westlife royalties, Brian has also earned a pretty packet through TV presenting roles and reality TV appearances.
In 2013, Brian told Weekend Magazine about his extravagant ways with money during his popstar heyday.
He explained: "I regret wasting so much of the money I earned from Westlife. I went through millions of pounds on cars, private jets and lots of rubbish. I have a lot less money now, but I'm far happier."
Does Brian McFadden have a girlfriend?
Brian is currently dating Danielle Parkinson, a high school PE teacher from Rochdale, according to The Sun Online.
His previous tabloid-friendly relationships include Kerry Katona, Delta Goodrem and Vogue Williams.
Brian has two daughters, Molly and Lilly Sue, from his marriage to Atomic Kitten singer Kerry Katona.
What has Brian McFadden said about Dancing on Ice 2019?
Brian is aiming to reach the top of the competition on Dancing on Ice 2019 with the help of pro partner Alex Murphy.
Sharing a snap on Instagram, he recently told followers: "It's taking its toll."
He added that his backside had been spending plenty of time on the freezing ice.
He also told The Irish Sun how he doesn't have any fears, explaining: “It’s not the biggest challenge I’ve taken on, I’ve been married three times or something. This is a walk in the park in comparison.”