Gareth Paul Gates (born 12 July 1984, Bradford, England) is an English singer-songwriter. He was the runner-up in the first series of the ITV talent show Pop Idol. Gates has sold over 3.5 million records in the UK. He is also known for having a stutter, and has talked about his speech impediment publicly. Gates used the McGuire Programme to manage the problem and is now a speech coach with the programme.
[This is Hull and East Riding] - Gareth Gates returns to Hull once again after his appearance at Princes' Quay last month for the launch of a new bar. Friday, April 6 (from 9pm). Bar Babylon, Lowgate, Hull. Free entry. Rising stars of the jazz scene, the Dagda Quartet, are to launch
[This is Bristol] - Written by Irving Berlin 80 years ago, it's hardly the most memorable song in the world, even when updated by the likes of Bon Jovi and Gareth Gates. But, particularly when contemplating last week's appointment of Stuart Lancaster as England's
[Biggleswade Today] - Following in the footsteps of previous Josephs Jason Donovan, Phillip Schofield and Gareth Gates is Keith Jack. One of the most popular finalists in the hit BBC series Any Dream Will Do, Keith was watched by millions every week as he tried to land the
[News & Star] - He won record of the year in with Unchained Melody. On May 5, Spanish singer Ruth Lorenzo, who came fifth on The X Factor in 2008, will perform at Outrageous. Ruth appeared at Carlisle Racecourse in Gareth Gates photo.
[Yorkshire Evening Post] part in the Sainsbury's Sport Relief Mile across the country. The money raised will support people living in the UK and across the world's poorest countries. The Sainsbury's Sport Relief Mile will be held in Leeds on Sunday, March 25. Gareth Gates .