Leona Louise Lewis is British singer born on 3 April, 1985. She rose to fame by winning the third season of the UK’s most successful singing competition, “The X Factor” in 2006, where she won over Britain with her amazing vocal range and simple, sunny personality. Leona wowed the world with her debut album, featuring the hit song “Bleeding Love“, and a cover of Snow Patrol’s “Run“. After a couple of less successful albums, Leona has parted ways with her former management and is now back to music for Christmas 2013 with her “Christmas, With Love” album.
Leona Lewis has led a relatively quiet life since becoming famous, maintaining her low-key attitude and sunny personality, and avoiding rumors and controversy as much as possible. Read more