British global singing sensation Leona Lewis has sold over 30 million records worldwide. The singer/songwriter – who is also an actress and philanthropist – reached #1 in over 35 countries with her hit single ‘Bleeding Love’. A vocal powerhouse who is renowned for her vocal range and ability, Lewis is a 3-time GRAMMY Award nominee, 7-time BRIT Award nominee, MTV VMA and World Music Award winner, and has been nominated for MTV EMAs and Billboard Music Awards. Lewis became the first British female solo artist to top the US Billboard 200 album chart in more than 20 years with her debut album Spirit.
Alongside her impressive music career, Leona is an extremely passionate humanitarian and animal rights activist working with organisations such as The Prince’s Trust, RED, MTV Staying Alive, Teenage Cancer Trust, Sports Relief, WWF, Humane Society, World Animal Protection and the sanctuary she herself runs: Hopefield Animal Sanctuary. 2016 saw Leona nominated for a CMT Award and recognised with the Music Pioneer Award at the United Nations Women’s Entrepreneurship Day. She made her Broadway debut in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s CATS playing the highly prestigious role of ‘Grizabella’, performing the world-famous song ‘Memory’. In 2018 Leona joined up with Calum Scott on ‘You Are The Reason’. The song is certified GOLD in the US with over 310 million video views and 110 million streams. Leona’s first regular role in a TV series came in 2019 with SONY Crackle in the 50 Cent executive produced ‘The Oath’, filmed in Puerto Rico. In the same year Leona reunited with superstar songwriter/producer Ryan Tedder, reaching #1 on the US Latin pop and Latin digital song sales charts with ‘Solo Quiero (Somebody To Love)’ featuring Juan Magán and Cali Y El Dandee. Leona is now currently back in the studio recording new music.