Popstars viewers were really shocked when you revealed that you had children. What was that like?
I wasn't asked if I had children. I was interested to see how far I would get. I don't think I would have got that far if I had spoken about them sooner.
How does Jack get on with your children?
The great thing about Jack is that he doesn't try to be their dad. They've got a dad who they see regularly. Jack grew up with a stepdad, so he knows what it's like.
Is Jack like his EastEnders character Jamie?
They are complete opposites. Jack says all he ever wanted was to get married and have a nice home life. He doesn't drink, either. We get invited to a lot of things, but we're most likely to go to a film premiere where we can take the children.
What's Jack up to at the moment?
He's hoping to move into films. He's reading scripts at the moment. There's been a lot of interest. He's a really great actor.
How do you look back at your life before you auditioned for Popstars? I had decided that I was in my last year of trying to make it as a singer. If I didn't succeed, I was thinking of going to college to train as a make-up artist.
What do you think about the success of Popstars' "losers" Liberty X? I was really pleased when they won their Brit Award. They have done so well.
What do you think about the nasty things that have been written about you in the papers?
Someone tries to prepare you for it, but when it happens, it's quite hurtful. I've learned to live with it. I know the paper goes in the bin the next day. I just feel more in control of my life now.
Kym's single, Cry, is out on April 7.