Suzanna Dee has been a staple within the entertainment industry for the last 20 years. Best known for her vocal features on Saint's 2003 track "Show Me Heaven", Suzanna's career has expanded to performing alongside Stephen and Jay Bucks Fizz, featuring on BBC One's All Together Now as part of The 100 judges!
Suzanna sat amongst Spice Girl Geri Horner and presenter Rob Beckett on the show! You can check out Suzanna's reaction to Season One's runner up James Thompson as he impresses all 100 judges!
Suzanna also features on Jane McDonald's Channel 5 TV show "Jane and friends" as a backing vocalist and has also worked as backing vocals on the show for artists such as Alexander O'Neal and Tony Hadley!
Alongside TV performances, Suzanna Dee also works on her solo career. Bringing out her single "A Song I'm Going To Write" in 2017, which was written by Charlie Mason. Charlie was famous from "Rise like a Phoenix" - The Eurovision song by Conchita.
"A Song I'm Going To Write" reached number 8 in the UK Dance Charts! Suzanna Dee is also working upcoming international DJs and Producers in the Trance genre who are associated with Above and Beyond, Paul Oakenfold and Ian Van Dahl. Alongside this, Sue has as also established her name as a session singer in recording with the Spice Girls, S-Club 7 and Billie Piper.
Suzanna also works with many causes where she can use music as a way of increasing awareness. She became a supporter of the LGBT community and helped release a charity single for ILGA-Europe titles "Stronger Together" a take on the 90's version release from Sybil.
The single reached number 1 on the iTunes UK Vocal album chart and number 74 throughout the whole iTunes UK charts. The single featured vocals from Sam Baily, Angie Brown, Soraya Vivian and Mary Kiani and many more famous artists.
Suzanna has performed at festivals such as Hyde Park and ‘Party in the Park’, to audiences of 70,000+ performing at numerous Arenas and various ‘Prides’ throughout the UK. She has also performed at such prestigious venues such as the Royal Albert Hall and the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.