CHARLOTTE Church is hoping for a full house at a Pontins Bingo weekend.
The Crazy Chick singer, 35, is bidding to launch a comeback when she headlines her first show in two years.
A source told The Sun: “Getting Charlotte on board is a coup for Pontins but a bit of a low point in her career.
“She has sold millions of records and used to sell out concerts. Playing to a load of bingo lovers and bluecoats in North Wales is a nosedive compared with the days she charmed the Royal Albert Hall.”
Other stars at the Bongo’s Bingo party in Prestatyn from September 24 to 26 include children’s TV veteran Paul Chuckle and pop band 5ive — with weekend tickets for two costing just under £300.
Mum-of-three Charlotte last headlined at the Yes is More Welsh independence concert in February 2019.
She became a household name at 11 when she performed Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Pie Jesu over the telephone on This Morning in 1997.
A year later she became the youngest artist with a No1 album on the classical charts with Voice Of An Angel.
Charlotte went on to sell ten million records. She married and divorced rugby hero Gavin Henson. They have two children and she has a daughter with musician Johnny Powell, whom she wed in 2017.
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