THE Vamps member Connor Ball has enjoyed a successful career as a bassist since the band formed in 2012.
Now set to appear on the new series of Dancing on Ice, there really isn’t much this artist can’t do.
Who is Connor Ball?
Connor Ball is a 25 year old singer from Aberdeen.
He was born to Scottish mother Kelly, who was married to Simon Ball, and to his biological father Stuart Stephen, to whom he always spoke affectionately of the comforts of his home.
Conor is best known as a member of the pop rock group The Vamps, which they got together in 2012.
Band – consisting of Ball, Brad Simpson, James McVey and Tristan Evans.
They had two topping albums and their hit songs included Wild Heart, Last Night and Somebody to You feat. Demi Lovato.
In 2020, they released their fifth studio album titled Cherry Blossom.
Star of Vamps currently live in Birmingham, where he showed off his lush new cushion to his Instagram followers.
As of January 2022, he has over 800k on Instagram, where it looks like they’ll be documenting their Dancing On Ice experience.
Check out his Instagram here.
Does he have a family?
Connor is currently dating Lucy Moore, 25, from Surrey.
They recently spent Christmas together in New York.
The pair have been together for three years according to an Instagram post Lucy posted of the pair cuddling with the caption, “We’re 3 today!!”
Find Lucy’s Instagram profile under the username @luceemoore
Who is his Dancing on Ice partner?
Connor revealed that his dance partner in the new series Dancing on Ice is the 41-year-old Finnish skater, Alexandra Schauman.
He confessed on his Twitter: “There’s no way I’m going to get out of this unscathed, but I’m practicing Dancing on Ice. Excited. Fear. Worry.”
He then joked: “Please don’t say I broke my leg, because I really would.”
On Instagram, he confessed he has no dancing experience, saying: “I’ve never danced in my life but I’ll have to learn some moves.”
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