You already know that Little Mix walked away with the championship on this week's season finale of the U.K. version of 'X Factor.' However, that wasn't all that went on during the show -- in fact, a star-studded lineup of performers appeared to send the season off in style, including Leona Lewis and Coldplay.
Leona Lewis dropped the sun-splashed single 'Collide' earlier this year, dealt with a plagiarism claim regarding the song and then went MIA for a second. She disappeared like a ghost for a hot minute. Now, word is her third album is due in March, but to tide fans over in the interim, she will issue 'Hurt: The EP' on Friday, Dec. 9, in her native U.K. It'll be available at Amazon.com.
Leona Lewis offered a behind-the-scenes look at her recently released video for 'Collide.' The video has a beachy vibe, capturing everything that a summer afternoon embodies -- and guess what? The bonus footage maintains that same energy.
Leona Lewis unveiled another new song while on the live circuit and pre-promoting her new album. The breathy British singer is setting the table for her upcoming album 'Glassheart' in her native UK and she debuted the title cut by performing at G-A-Y at London's Heaven nightclub.
In the video for her single 'Collide' -- which was at the center of a legal tussle over plagiarism claims -- singer Leona Lewis isn't attempting to make any sort of grand statement. Instead, she parks herself at the beach with pals -- basking in the sun and pondering not much more than how beautiful the waves look as they break on the shore. Ain't nothing wrong with that. Sometimes you gotta ditch the iPod, sign off of Twitter and enjoy nature without relying on any digital devices.
As soon as singer Leona Lewis released her new single 'Collide' to UK radio last Friday, it was hit with an intense plagiarism claim. Seriously, the same day the song landed, it was already the subject of drama! It seems a pop star can't catch a break when debuting a new track!
British soul singer Leona Lewis only issued her new single 'Collide' to UK radio on Friday and already the mid-tempo but dancey love song is fraught with issues. Lewis is being accused of plagiarizing the instrumental cl
Leona Lewis, known for winning the British version of 'X Factor' one year and for her aching 2007 breakthrough, 'Bleeding Love,' has issued her first taste of new music in two years in the form of the mid-tempo 'Collide,' which will be on her forthcoming third album.
Ever since the release of her sophomore album '21,' Adele has been dominating the UK's album charts. So far, Adele has held onto the No. 1 chart position for seven consecutive weeks, and she has officially tied with Leona Lewis as the only female artists the achieve this distinction. Lewis set the record in 2007 for her critically acclaimed album 'Spirits.'
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