Simon F. music video I Want You Back

b. Brighton, England. Pop svengali Fuller is most famous for guiding the Spice Girls to commercial success in the 90s, and for co-creating the reality television show Pop Idol in the new millennium.Fuller’s first job in the music business was as a talent scout for Chrysalis Music, where he bought the UK rights to Madonna’s first hit, ‘Holiday’. He set up his own management company in 1985 and enjoyed immediate success with Paul Hardcastle’s anti-Vietnam war song ‘19’, a million-selling UK chart-topper. Fuller went on to name his company 19 Entertainment Limited after the hit song. The company continued to grow at a steady rate during the latter part of the decade and into the early 90s, with clients including former Eurythmics lead singer Annie Lennox. In May 1995 Fuller took over management of the Spice Girls, a quintet of aspiring female pop stars. Under his wing the group went on to dominate the UK charts for the next three years and also enjoy major US success. During this period Fuller also managed the soccer players David Beckham and Steve McManaman. The former had married Victoria Adams of the Spice Girls. Fuller parted company with the Spice Girls in 1997 amid allegations of financial mismanagement, but his role in their success became readily apparent when they disbanded shortly afterwards. He then took over the reins of Spice Girls members Emma Bunton and Victoria Beckham’s solo careers. His own attempt to launch a girl group with the 21st Century Girls was an abject failure, however. He enjoyed more success with the mixed gender group S Club 7, overseeing a string of UK chart-toppers and spawning the spin-off groups S Club Juniors and S Club 8.In 2001, Fuller and BMG A&R executive Simon Cowell created the reality television show Pop Idol. The series was a huge ratings success and spawned the equally successful US version, American Idol, and a host of other international spin-offs. Part of the deal with the show was that Fuller and 19 Management would control the management rights of the finalists, leading to lucrative contracts with the singers Will Young, Kelly Clarkson, Clay Aiken and Fantasia. In March 2005, Fuller sold 19 Entertainment to CKX Inc. in a contract worth a reputed $192 million. He is also involved in the online downloading venture I Love Music.

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