Holly Valance donates £50k to Nigel Farage’s Reform UK utilizing her father’s title

Soap star Holly Valance has donated £50,000 to Nigel Farage’s Reform UK, after months of cosying up to the party.

The Australian-born former Neighbours actress turned popstar now lives in London with her husband, the millionaire property mogul Nick Candy. Mr Candy, a former Tory donor, was pictured at the infamous Covid lockdown-busting Christmas party hosted by mayoral hopeful Shaun Bailey.

The former popstar shot to fame on the soap Neighbours when she joined the cast as Felicity ‘Flick’ Scully in 1999. Her father, Rajko Vukadinović is Serbian, and her mother Rachel is British.

Ms Valance donated under her Serbian father’s name
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Ms Valance donated to the party under the name Holy Vukadinović. Following her breakout soap role, she moved to the UK to pursue a music career.

Her chart topper ‘Kiss Kiss’ elevated her fame but it soon came crashing down and she was left broke at 19. Valance went on to transform her life after meeting her billionaire husband and has since become vocal about politics. She praised Reform UK leader Farage as he campaigned in Clacton, Essex.

After he announced his intention to run, Valance said she had encouraged him to do so.

“I have been whispering in his ear for a long time,” she previously told GB News. “He is the face of Reform. Richard [Tice] has done a great job and they are a great team. Hopefully now we will be stronger and we will see what we can do at this next election. I’m a paid up member.”