The chairman of Cwmbran Celtic said he "hopefully will enjoy his stay with us.
and an album, Facing the Crowd remained unreleased.
The album was due for release in 2001, but remains commercially unreleased after he was subsequently dropped by his record label.
A small number of physical copies pressed for distribution to media and radio stations were made available before the album's release was cancelled.
Brave first public appearance: Michelle Knight, one of the three kidnapped women, pauses to wipe away tears as she reads her statement during the sentencing of her accused kidnapper Ariel Castro at a court hearing in Cleveland, Ohio August 1, 2013 James Wooley, attorney for Berry and De Jesus, also issued a statement at the time saying Knight and his clients thank people for the privacy they've been given and do not want to discuss their case with the news media or anyone else.
Following that revelatory joint prerecorded video, Knight made a brave and defiant appearance at Castro's sentencing in August in which she told him, 'I spent 11 years in hell, your hell is just beginning.'The 33-year-old described how the days turned into weeks, weeks into eternity and said when she was 'dying' from the abuse she suffered, her friendship with Gina was the only thing that kept her going.
His subsequent chart success lead to a solo record deal, and in February 2001, Bowers released "Shut Up... Jerry 'Wonder' Duplessis and Wyclef Jean-produced "Another Lover" was released as the album's second single in June 2001, but this again stalled at number nine.
and Forget About It", a song allegedly written about his relationship with Katie Price. Bowers was subsequently dropped from his label, and Facing the Crowd remained unreleased.
The group featured him alongside Lee Latchford-Evans of Steps, Jimmy Constable of 911, New Kids on the Block's Danny Wood, and S Club's Bradley Mc Intosh.
The series commenced on MTV in the UK in September 2006, but their first single only charted at No. On 3 January 2010, Bowers was the seventh contestant to enter Channel 4's seventh and final series of Celebrity Big Brother.
When he was fifteen years old, after leaving school, he enrolled at a Croydon-based performing arts college, the BRIT School.
After leaving the BRIT School, Bowers joined British boy-band Another Level, where he performed as a part of the group for three years, between 19, with fellow members Mark Baron, Wayne Williams and Bobak Kianoush.nother Another Level gained seven Top 10 singles in two years in the United Kingdom, including 1998's UK 1 "Freak Me"; and a platinum-selling self-titled debut album. The latter featured the first solo recording of Spice Girl Victoria Beckham, and reached No.
He's married to Alan Sugar's daughter and works for him. So Alan Sugar stopped Another Level taking part in The Big Reunion.