Denise Van Outen Announces New Disco Single – ‘From New York To LA’ Out Friday June 24

Singer, actress and West End star Denise Van Outen returns with a new single ‘From New York To LA’.

The track is a camp and fabulous cover of the classic 70’s disco classic produced by uber pop creator Steve Anderson (Kylie Minogue, Britney Spears). Released to celebrate Pride month in the UK, the song features Denise’s trademark stunning vocals with the intro to the song featuring Drag Race superstar judge Michelle Visage.

Denise says:

“I’ve always been a big supporter of Pride month and am proud to be an LGBTQ+ ally for decades now. I wanted to shoot a video that was inclusive and something that everyone could enjoy and sing along to. It was great to collaborate with Steve Anderson on this feel-good dance record. I hope everyone enjoys Pride 2022 and has an amazing time this Summer.”

Denise is currently found each week on Channel 4’s daytime show ‘Steph’s Packed Lunch’ as a presenter, and recently released her autobiography ‘A Bit Of Me’.

She has enjoyed huge success on screen and stage since her first break came in 1996 presenting ‘The Big Breakfast’. She has appeared on the stage with great success starring in ‘Chicago’ (West End and Broadway), ‘Tell Me on a Sunday’ (West End), ‘Legally Blonde’ (West End) and ‘Rent’ (West End). She now headlines ‘Proud Cabaret’ to sell-out shows in London and you will have heard her narrating one of the UK’s biggest reality shows, ‘The Only Way Is Essex’.  Denise has also starred in Eastenders, been a judge for two seasons of ‘Ireland’s Got Talent’ for TV3, alongside appearing on ‘Dancing on Ice’, ‘The Celebrity Circle’, ‘Cooking with the Stars’ and ‘The Masked Singer’. This Spring she was a guest judge on ‘The Masked Singer Live’ tour.

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