Una Healy is an irish singer/songwriter and presenter, best known as one-fifth of leading girl group, The Saturdays.  
 
In 2017, Una signed to Decca Records and released her first single ‘Stay My Love’, a duet with Sam Palladio, British born star of US TV drama Nashville.  Una released her country-tinged debut solo album ‘The Waiting Game’ in February 2017.  Following this, Una appeared on the international version of Brett Young’s US #1 country hit ‘In Case You Didn’t Know’.  Una is currently in the studio finishing up her second solo album. Una recently released the brand-new single ‘Never See Me Cry’ and ventured out on her first solo headline tour.  She followed this up with the single RTE Radio 1 playlisted single 'Strangers' and more recently ‘Wild Grasses’.
 
As part of the multi-platinum girl band The Saturdays, Una sold over 5 million records worldwide, scoring 5 Top Ten albums and 13 Top Ten singles in the UK including the #1 ‘What About Us’ feat Sean Paul, plus ‘Higher’ feat Flo Rida, ‘All Fired Up’, ‘Ego’, ‘Up’ and many more.  The Saturdays embarked on 4 nationwide headline tours and as part of the group, Una starred in 3 nationwide primetime TV series, including ‘Chasing The Saturdays’ for the E! Network which aired in over 40 countries including America
 
Outside of music, Una has also hosted her own TV show ‘Una’s Dream Ticket’ in Ireland and became a judge on the Irish version of ‘The Voice’ for two seasons, where she became the winning mentor in her first year on the show. She also hosted her own ‘Una Healy’s New Years Party’ TV show on RTE1 this past New Year’s Eve.
 
Una has developed and designer her own range of shoes, entitled 'Una Healy Original Collection' available nationwide and online. The range has over 100 styles to date and is set to continue into a third year, having achieved sales of over 100k units. 
 
Una is currently the weekend breakfast show presenter on Country Hits, the first national country music station in the UK.
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