Jane has a sister named Janet and a brother named Tony.
Jane's self-entitled debut album spent 3 weeks at number 1.
The BBC televised Jane's wedding to Henrik Brixen in 1998 to an audience of 600 million viewers. The couple split in 2002.
Jane has published her autobiography Follow Your Dreams.
Jane is a Christian.
Jane's father was a miner who did extra work as a chimney sweep.
Jane's grandparents ran a boarding house in Wakefield.
Jane's parents are called Peter and Jean.
Jane: The fans have been on at me for ages to write my own stuff. I've just finished an album of my own songs. There's a lot of big I Will Survive-type ballads in there and a few jazzy things. I like anthems.
Jane: I'd never had a sex drive before - I would have rather had a cup of tea - but it's so much better now. OK, I still have a fairly low sex drive but now I have my moments, too. It could be an age thing. Having hit 40 I'm a lot more confident.
Jane: I have the most amazing group of fans. They travel around the country to see me, write to me, send me things and are all so supportive. I always make sure when I do a concert, or a TV show that I meet the fans afterwards. There's been a time when the signing session after the show has lasted longer than the show itself!! But I wouldn't miss that for the world. Without them … well … I wouldn't know what I'd do.
Jane: To me, twenty fans are equally as important as twenty thousand fans. When I look out, I don´t see a sea of people but individual faces.
Jane: I very much enjoyed Blackpool and I always love returning, I learned so much during that Summer Season.
Jane: Being famous has not stopped me doing anything.
Jane: Everyone thinks I'm having loads of sex. I'm not!