No diva catalogue is complete without an over the top, sugary ode to the Holiday season, so Leona Lewis has finally decided to get to it. After months of swirling speculation among her fans, the young diva has confirmed rumours that she is in fact recording her first Christmas album.
Leona Lewis is one of the most talented singers of her generation and stands lightyears about the far less impressive Rihanna but that doesn’t mean that she can easily cover the latter’s music. For instance, during her concert on July 12, the singer failed to impress with a performance of “Diamonds”.
Leona Lewis has ben compared to Mariah Carey since the start of her career and today on The X Factor (Arabia), she lived up to the title of mini-Mimi. In addition to showing off her skills on the piano, Lewis flexed her diva muscles by refusing to sing a cappella for her international fans.
I’ve been suggesting to Leona Lewis for years that she should learn some choreography. However, now that the songbird has tried her hand at some “sexy” moves during the first show of The Glassheart Tour in Berlin, it may be a better idea for her to leave that to her dancers.
So, Leona Lewis’ grossly underrated Glassheart album performed so horribly on the charts that she has axed her management team at Modest! and launched preparations for a followup record. In fact, the unfortunate songbird is expected to issue new material by the end of 2013.
Although the promotional efforts for Leona Lewis’ Glassheart album have cooled in the UK, the diva has focused her efforts on plugging the record in other regions around the globe. Well, everywhere except the US. For her latest stop, Lewis hit the stage on the Germany’s Wetten, dass..?.
She may not be able to sell albums, singles or even free ringtones the way that she did in the past, but Leona Lewis can still sing better than most of her peers. Soaring through the octaves like a pegasus on My Little Pony, the diva rocked the audience of China’s CCTV with a brilliant […]
Since her blockbuster debut in 2008, Leona Lewis’ career has been gradually declining and this week it reached an all-time low. The former ‘The X Factor (UK)’ champion’s latest single, ‘Lovebird’, has tanked and failed to even rank in the top 200 of the Official UK Singles Chart.
Leona Lewis thrilled fans of ‘The Voice (Spain)’ earlier this week and she followed that showing by appearing on its sister series in Germany. Once again, the diva joined forces with one of the contestants, Michael Lane, for a rendition of her hit song ‘Trouble’.
Leona Lewis has one of the best voice of her generation so it was quite fitting for her to appear on ‘The Voice (Spain)’, which is also known as ‘La Voz’. Joining the contestants for a pair of special performances, the young diva thrilled the audience with renditions of ‘Happy’ and ‘Lovebird’.