|Real Name||Stacey Bulmer.|
|Stage Name||Stacey Kay.|
|In Limelight||Canada’s Got Talent (2022).|
|Age||27 years old.|
|Birth Date||July 5, 1994.|
|Birth Place||Cambridge, Ontario, Canada.|
|Lives in||Toronto, Ontario.|
|Parents||Father: Bill Bulmer.|
Mother: Heather Holdam.
|Siblings||Sister: Kayla Bulmer.|
|Grandparents||Grandmother: Lorna Bulmer.|
|Relationship Status||In a relationship.|
Pounds: 171 lbs.
|Height||In feet: 5'6.4".|
In centimeters: 168.65 cm.
In meters: 1.68 m.
|Schooling||Glenview Park Secondary School|
|College||Music Theatre at Sheridan College.|
|Television||Canada’s Got Talent (2022).|
Blue's Clues & You (2022).
America's Got Talent Season 10 (2015).
|Podcast||I Have To Call My Sister.|
|Net worth||$ 597k.|
I'll Be Home On Christmas Eve.
Your Last Kiss.
Not Alright Without You.
Start It All Over Again.
Hurts So Good.
I'm Not Adele.
Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word.
Take a Ride.
Can't Have Me.
Lock It Up.
Show You What I Got.
Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me.
|Album||11'O clock Number.|
Who is Canada’s Got Talent Star Contestant Stacey Kay?
27-years-old Stacey Kay (born on July 5, 1994) is a singer, songwriter, motivational speaker, and podcast host who came to audition for “Canada’s Got Talent” and got the golden buzzer. When Kay came with her band to appear at auditions, she looked familiar to Howie Mandel, so he asked, “Have I seen you before?”
To which Stacey replied, “Yes. I’m not going to lie. The last time I saw you, we were on a different competition TV show in different countries. And the last time I saw you, you eliminated me from the show.”
Things got awkward for a minute, but Bulmer handled it with her humor. A few years back, the Canadian singer participated in the American show “America’s Got Talent” but was eliminated.
Bulmer chose Patti LaBelle’s classic song “Lady Marmalade,” a song that requires someone who can sing higher notes but she performed so well that the show’s judges, audience, and anchor were dancing.
After her performance, Lilly said, “First of all, to choose that song is a choice because that is an iconic song. And I was like, okay, this has got to go correct. And it went perfectly. Thank you.”
Howie was also very shocked by Kay’s performance and said, “Okay, two things. Number one, I’m an idiot, but I’m also brilliant because you are here tonight because of me being such an idiot.”
In the end, Kardinal Offishall pressed the golden buzzer and gave the Canadian singer a green signal to move forward in the competition.
Personal Life and Boyfriend
The musical journey of Stacey has been through lots of ups and downs. She has seen good days and bad days at the same time. One thing that remained constant during her career is that she met many amazing people during her hustle. One of which is a Canadian bassist named Mark Laidman, a Juno nominee musician.
Do not be surprised when you read that this musician is Stacey Kay’s boyfriend. They both have been in a relationship for around a decade, and their relationship is still going strong. Currently, they are living in Toronto, Ontario.
Childhood, Father, Mother, and Sister
On July 5, 1994, Stacey Kay (age 27 years) was born at her parents’ house in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. Her father, Bill Bulmer, and mother, Heather Holdam, always suggested she follow her dreams. Following her parents’ advice, she chose singing, and since the age of 8, the female singer has been doing live performances.
After completing her studies at Glenview Park Secondary School, Stacey joined Sheridan College and where she studied musical theatre. She also has a sister named Kayla Bulmer, with whom she runs a podcast named “I Have To Call My Sister.”
Journey of Music Career
Bulmer’s music journey began with her visiting schools, colleges, and clubs for performances. Some people bullied her because of her body structure during her early days, but she ignored those bullies and kept following her dreams. She sang covers of different singers and even received appreciation from artists like Iggy Azalea and Meghan Trainor.
After her 2013 performance at Broadway touring production, she got her first record deal. The executive at the record label company advised Bulmer to lose 100 pounds, change her hair color, and do performances like Adele.
Stacey worked with that recording company for a few years but later realized that she wanted to establish her personality and did not want to herself behind dyed hair; this is why she came to audition for Canada’s Got Talent.
Now she travels the world and has traveled to different continents, covering 12 countries. There is a list of Stacey’s original songs on platforms like iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube. Some of her popular tunes are “Legs,” ” Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me,” “Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word,” “Show You What I Got,” and “I’ll Be Home On Christmas Eve.”
The Canadian woman is not only a singer but a talented writer also. She writes all of her songs, and her penmanship is quite popular. Kay also gave her voice to a beloved cartoon character in the Disney show named “Blue’s Clues & You.”.
Stacey Kay Q&A
Ques: Real name of Stacey Kay?
Ans: Stacey Bulmer.
Ques: Age of Stacey Kay?
Ans: She is 27.
Ques: When does Stacey Kay’s birthday fall?
Ans: On July 5.
Ques: Who is Stacey Kay’s boyfriend?
Ans: Mark Laidman.
Ques: Net Worth of Stacey Kay?
Ans: USD 597k.
Ques: Name of Stacey Kay’s father and mother?
Ans: Bill Bulmer (dad) and Heather Holdam (mom).
Ques: Stacey Kay’s musical Album name?
Ans: “11 O’clock.”