A hard working performer and versatile personality
Lucy Holmes is one of Australia’s hardest working performers and most versatile media personalities. Coming from a musical background and a degree in Music Theatre (Singing, Acting and Dancing), Lucy has worked as a television host, Radio host, professional singer, actress, recording artist, voice-over artist, MC and model.
Lucy has been heard on 89.9 Light FM in Melbourne over the last 10 years every morning from 6am as part of the award winning Lucy and Kel breakfast show. 89.9Light FM has an audience of over one million listeners, and Lucy and Kel's breakfast show recently won the coveted CMAA 'Most Engaging Radio Show' of the year, two years running.
She is also the star behind Australia’s most successful corporate act and tribute show, 100% Kylie, with the real Kylie Minogue calling the show ‘the best act’ in the world. This large-scale stage show has toured the world full-time for more than 17 years, selling out shows in more than 16 countries to great acclaim. Lucy appeared as Kylie's double for a Magnum Ice cream advertisement filmed in London in 2014. Lucy recently starred as Kylie in the biggest TV show of the year in the UK, Even Better Than the Real Thing, which had an audience of more than 15 million people on Christmas Eve on the BBC.
In recent years, Lucy has hosted TV Shows (Ch9 The Mint), appeared in TV series (ABC Paper Giants 2 and Prank Patrol), and has been the face of infomercials on The Morning Show. She has also performed as lead vocalist on many TV shows including Dancing With The Stars, The Logies, Carols By Candlelight, Good Morning Australia, the AFL Grand Final and The Good Friday Appeal. Lucy has appeared on numerous ads and can be seen on TV at the moment with her 2 year old daughter as the face of A2 Toddler Milk. Lucy has performed backing vocals for many industry greats, including Westlife, Florence and The Machine, Delta Goodrem, Dami Im, UK star James Morrison, and more. Lucy was watched by more than 80 Million viewers around the world when she performed with Guy Sebastian at the Australian Open Men’s Tennis Finals.
Lucy was named by New Idea as the 'Judge to watch' on the new Channel 7 TV show All Together Now, which is currently airing prime time in Australia. Lucy works alongside music star Ronan Keating and a host of other Australian musicians. All Together Now is a vocal performance show, where solo performers and groups battle for the “life-changing” $100,000 grand prize.