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Sara Ballin is an English pop star and a founding member of the Bananarama band, which began as a trio of childhood friends.
They burst onto the scene in 1983 with debut album ‘Undersea Skiving’, which hit #7 on the charts. That decade was full of stunning successes, most notably the release of hits ‘Venus’ and ‘Cruel Summer’.
Bananarama’s unique mix of Pop, Dance and Alternative vibes ensured the longevity of the band and Ballin herself has become one of Britain’s most revered singers.
Dallin has produced music consistently since the 1980s with the all-female line-up, which became a duo of her and childhood friend Keren Woodward in 1992.
More recently, the group’s original lineup returned for a lauded reunion tour in 2017.
Following the publication of her eagerly awaited memoir, fans are undoubtedly wondering how much the pop icon is worth in 2022?
As of 2022, Sara Dallin has an estimated net worth of US $8 million (£6.7 million), according to Celebrity Net Worth.
At primary school in Bristol, Dallin and future bandmate Keren Woodward pricked their fingers with a compass and swore to be best friends forever. Over the next 50 years, they became the most successful all-girl band in history, until the Spice Girls. The duo are still recording albums and have even written a book together. Quite the story of friendship.
Before forming Banarama, Dallin studied at the London College of Fashion, living at the YMCA before moving into the semi-derelict former Sex Pistols rehearsal room.
Dallin, as part of Bananarama, appeared in both the original 1984 Band Aid and the 1989 Band Aid II, the only artist to do so.
Dallin now lives in a £1.2m North London home and closely supports the budding singing career of daughter Alice (Alice D), her child with ex-husband and former Bananarama dancer Bassey Walker. She is currently single.
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