Chelcee Grimes – born 8 May 1992 – is a British singer/songwriter and TV presenter from Liverpool, Merseyside.
She has written songs for The Saturdays, Kesha, Dua Lipa and Kylie Minogue. At the age of 18, she shared the stage with Jessie J. at Liverpool’s Cavern Club, having previously played professional football for Liverpool FC and Everton.
Grimes football career started when she began playing for Liverpool Ladies aged 10. Since then, she has played for Everton, Tottenham Hotspur, Tranmere Rovers and as a forward for Fulham Ladies.
Since 2019, Grimes started presenting on the BBC’s Match of the Day spin-off show, MOTDx on BBC Two and since the start of the 2020 NFL season she presented segments for NFL End zone on Channel 5.
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