After winning the 2006 X Factor, Leona Lewis took the world by storm with hit singles like "Bleeding Love" and "Happy." But after two solid albums, she struggled to drop a third, prompting her to request an exit from Simon Cowell's Syco Records, a partnership with Sony.
Leona Lewis, Audra McDonald, Ashanti and Lauren Alaina (American Idol) have joined the line up for tonight's anticipated "Christmas In Rockefeller Center" special.
The singer and her comrades participate in snowball fights, charades, gift exchange, dancing, and everything you could imagine for a festive-filled night...
In the soulful style of Otis Reddingsâ posthumous 1968 version, Lewis puts her stamp on the doo-wop holiday song by delivering an attention-worthy version...
Leona Lewis will release her first Christmas album, âChristmas, With Loveâ, on December 3rd via Syco/RCA Records. âOne More Sleepâ is the lead offering from the opus, one of the set's originals.
"Bleeding Love" singer and "X Factor UK" winner Leona Lewis will be making her big screen debut in a musical film titled "Holiday!"
Leona Lewis has revealed her selection for a brand new single and follow up to "Trouble." According to the award winning talent, the new single is titled "Fireflies."
Leona Lewis has a lot to celebrate this week. On top of her album, "Glassheart," hitting record stores and digital outlets today, the "Bleeding Love" singer's new song "Trouble" has reached the top 10.
It seems Leona Lewis will be spilling her personal life in the upcoming issue of Fabulous magazine.
Although Leona Lewis first entered the scene dominating the charts with her vocal prowess, the British singer/songwriter has struggled to attain that same success with her follow-up material.