In 2016 she was announced as the producer and also one of the lead presenters of the Xtra Factor and she stated that she had "revamped" the whole show.The music mogul, 57 - who is the spearhead behind the single which will feature the likes of Louis Tomlinson and Jessie J - arrived at Notting Hill's Sarm Studios on Monday to oversee the project as the stars gathered to record their verses.In the 2000s, she became known for television appearances, including Loose Women, The Xtra Factor and This Morning. Alongside this success in the UK "So Macho" reached the Top 20 in Sweden, Australia and Austria."So Macho" subsequently became the highest charting of Sinitta'"s entire career.For the subsequent four weeks the single remained in the Top 30.Alongside this, "Right Back Where We Started From" charted across the rest of Europe, notably reaching Number 7 in Finland and the Top 25 in Denmark, Spain and Germany.In 2011 Sinitta returned to the show during the live show stages as one of the presenters who visited the finalists' home towns.
It sounds beautiful.'His protege Louis was also pleased with the outcome, adding: 'Good, it was great.' The Britain's Got Talent judge was also joined by his stunning other half Lauren Silverman at the studio.
The second album was confirmed to be called Wicked.
The first lead single of the album was called "Right Back Where We Started From", which debuted at Number 19 in the United Kingdom and later rose to Number 6 on the charts.
In November 2011, Sinitta was confirmed to be taking part on the eleventh series of I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!
as one of the contestants and would be entering the jungle on Day 3.