Her brother Andy Scott-Lee was also a singer and starred in a group called 3SL with Lisa's two other brothers.
He later appeared in Pop Idol and was previously married to Michelle Heaton.
From the time they were selected from thousands of hopefuls in 1997, STEPS has single-handedly changed the shape of Brit-pop.
They’re back in action in 2017, but sixteen years ago, the group unceremoniously split in a joint statement released on Boxing Day in 2001.
(“Tragedy,” indeed.) Suddenly left to fend for herself, Lisa Scott-Lee immediately ventured back into the recording studio in the next year to keep the momentum going with a music career of her own.
Lisa appeared in the second series of Dancing on Ice with Matt Evers and was the sixth person to be eliminated.
The second series saw ex-rugby union player Kyran Bracken win the show with TV actress Clare Buckfield coming second annd Blue's Duncan James coming third.
And even fewer — just one pop star in the world, really — agree to quit the music industry if their song doesn’t go Top 10.
Lisa Scott-Lee, for the uninitiated, is a member of STEPS, the campy British co-ed troupe that’s sold well over 15 million albums and over a dozen Top 5 UK singles since their 1997 debut, including “Stomp” and “One For Sorrow.” As with many British pop groups, the success of STEPS didn’t really translate across the pond to North America – though they did once open for Britney on tour.
Those five young, talented, hard-working and determined individuals are the members of STEPS: Lisa Scott-Lee, Ian Watkins (H), Claire Richards, Lee Latchford-Evans and Faye Tozer.
STEPS has become a phenomenon, renowned for their easy to follow dance routines.
Did she have a solo career and when did she take part in Dancing On Ice? Lisa a 41-year-old Welsh singer-songwriter best known for being in 90s band Steps.
She is married to former Hear' Say singer Johnny Shentall, who she has two children with: Jaden, 9, and Star, 7.
'He (Hamish) assured me no one would notice.'About their new scent, Hamish described the spray as 'the world's first celebrity fragrance made without permission.