Mc Fadden also recorded a duet with Ronan Keating on Keating's duet album, a cover of the Bee Gees' "To Love Somebody".
On 25 February 2011, Mc Fadden released a new single "Just the Way You Are (Drunk at the Bar)".
After joining, he changed the spelling of his name from Brian to Bryan to make it easier to sign autographs. They also released seventeen Irish top 5 singles including the hit single "Uptown Girl", which peaked within the top 10 in seven European countries and also in Australia and New Zealand.
In June 2011, Mc Fadden appeared on Australian radio show The Kyle & Jackie O Show to launch both of his new singles Come Party and That's How Life Goes, which was co-written by multi-platinum singer, songwriter and producer Ray Ruffin.
Despite heavy promotion and appearances on TV shows such as Dancing With the Stars, the new singles failed to impact the charts at all, which was surprising considering his high-profile appearances on Australia's Got Talent.
1 single in Ireland as a solo artist and his first in Australia The fourth and final single, "Demons" peaked within the top 30 on the charts in Ireland and Britain.
Mc Fadden continued writing songs for artists such as, Il Divo and Girls Aloud, as well as co-writing the theme song "Together We Are One" for the 2006 Commonwealth Games.
In August 2009, Mc Fadden appeared as a guest judge on Australian Idol.
In 2010, Mc Fadden became one of the new judges on Australia's Got Talent alongside Kyle Sandilands and Dannii Minogue.
2013 saw Mc Fadden and his former wife Vogue Williams come in second place on ITV dancing show Stepping Out, hosted by Davina Mc Call.
In 2014, Mc Fadden co-hosted the Channel 5 dating game show Stand By Your Man alongside former Freshly Squeezed co-host Laura Jackson.
Later that year, he set up his own record label under the name of BMF Records and released his new single "Like Only a Woman Can" in Ireland, through the label. The album was originally going to be released as a side-project Mc Fadden embarked on with American songwriter Rob Conley but both decided to release it as Mc Fadden's third solo album.