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Robert Allan (Rob) Arnold (13 August 1982), is an entertainer from Wellingtonmarker, New Zealandmarker.

Arnold was a member of a New Zealand boy band, Boyband, whose debut single, a remake of the classic Kinks song "You Really Got Me", debuted at #1 on the New Zealand Music Charts on 9 October, 2006. Boyband was created from a competition run by The Edge radio station. Arnold was known as 'the gay boy' in the band.

Before Boyband, Arnold had auditioned for every series of New Zealand Idol. He auditioned twice on reality TV show “Showstoppers”, the second time in disguise, leading to criticism from judge Michael Hurst. He has also appeared on the ill-fated Reality TV Show "The Ultimate Challenge", Maori Television's "Te Mika Show" in 2006 and TVNZ’s "How Normal Are You". Among his small roles in feature films is a cameo in the 2007 New Zealand film "The Devil Dared Me To". IN 2008 Arnold appeared on the tvnz series "undercover" aswel as playing a distraught forensic investigator on the tv3 production of "Aftershock".

Arnold and his older sister Jaime Arnold, who was the previous holder of the "Ms Gay Downunder" title and a former columnist for UP magazine, controversially won the Cutest Couple award at the Glammies (a Wellington gay community award ceremony), in which Rob Arnold also won the "Spunkiest Boy" award. In the same year he was crowned "Queer Idol", as part of the UniQ Pride Week celebrations. Along with minor modeling work, he has appeared on the cover of Wellington's free weekly community newsaper the "Capital Times" as a male cheerleader.

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