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Known for songs like Bleeding Love, I See You and Footsteps On The Sand.

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Known for songs like Bleeding Love, I See You and Footsteps On Footprints In The Sand.


Known for songs like Bleeding Love, I See You and Footsteps On The Sand.



Known for songs like Bleeding Love, I See You and Footsteps On The Sand.


* MelismaticVocals: She's been compared to Music/WhitneyHouston, MariahCarey and CelineDion because of them.

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* MelismaticVocals: She's been compared to Music/WhitneyHouston, MariahCarey Music/MariahCarey and CelineDion Music/CelineDion because of them.


Leona Lewis is a {{Britpop}} and RAndB artist, born in London to a [[{{UsefulNotes/Guyana}} Guyanese]] father and Irish mother, who rose to fame after winning ''Series/TheXFactor'' (The British version) and earning critical acclaim for her first album, ''Spirit'' in the USA. She is the show's most successful winner and second most successful contestant overall (behind Music/OneDirection).


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Leona Louise Lewis (born 3 April 1985) is a {{Britpop}} and RAndB artist, born in London to a [[{{UsefulNotes/Guyana}} Guyanese]] father and Irish mother, who rose to fame after winning ''Series/TheXFactor'' (The British version) and earning critical acclaim for her first album, ''Spirit'' in the USA. She is the show's most successful winner and second most successful contestant overall (behind Music/OneDirection).



Leona Lewis is a {{Britpop}} and RAndB artist, born in London to a [[{{UsefulNotes/Guyana}} Guyanese]] father and Irish mother, who rose to fame after winning ''TheXFactor'' (The British version) and earning critical acclaim for her first album, ''Spirit'' in the USA. She is the show's most successful winner and second most successful contestant overall (behind Music/OneDirection).


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Leona Lewis is a {{Britpop}} and RAndB artist, born in London to a [[{{UsefulNotes/Guyana}} Guyanese]] father and Irish mother, who rose to fame after winning ''TheXFactor'' ''Series/TheXFactor'' (The British version) and earning critical acclaim for her first album, ''Spirit'' in the USA. She is the show's most successful winner and second most successful contestant overall (behind Music/OneDirection).



* DevelopmentHell: Her third studio album, ''Glassheart'', was supposed to be released towards the end of 2011 after the release of "Collide". However, after some legal issues with {{Avicii}} regarding supposed plagiarism of one of his tracks on said song, the album was pushed back to March 26th, 2012. In lieu of the album, a covers EP was released to iTunes. However, in January, the release date was pushed back once again, was scheduled to be released November 26th before ''[[SavedFromDevelopmentHell finally]]'' getting a release on October 12th.



* OneHitWonder: Averted, unlike many of the other ''X Factor'' winners.
* OneOfUs: Is a fan of [=RPGs=] (Including the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series, even providing the English EndingTheme for ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'') and the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' series. She also based her entire second tour around ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}''.
* LadyMondegreen / PrecisionFStrike: "Don't Let Me Down" is rather infamous among fans for the opening lyric ("fork in the road"), which sounds UNCANNILY like she's saying "Fuckin' around".


* OneOfUs: Is a fan of [=RPGs=] (Including the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series, even providing the English EndingTheme for ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'') and the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' series. She also based her entire second tour around ''Labyrinth''.

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* OneOfUs: Is a fan of [=RPGs=] (Including the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series, even providing the English EndingTheme for ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'') and the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' series. She also based her entire second tour around ''Labyrinth''.''Film/{{Labyrinth}}''.


* OneOfUs: Is a fan of [=RPGs=] (Including the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series, even providing the English EndingTheme for ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'') and the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' series. She also based her entire second tour around ''TheLabyrinth''.

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* OneOfUs: Is a fan of [=RPGs=] (Including the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series, even providing the English EndingTheme for ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'') and the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' series. She also based her entire second tour around ''TheLabyrinth''.''Labyrinth''.


* OneOfUs: Is a fan of [=RPGs=] (Including the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series, even providing the English EndingTheme for ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'') and the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' series. She also based her entire second tour around ''PansLabyrinth''.

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* OneOfUs: Is a fan of [=RPGs=] (Including the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series, even providing the English EndingTheme for ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'') and the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' series. She also based her entire second tour around ''PansLabyrinth''.''TheLabyrinth''.


Leona Lewis is a {{Britpop}} and RAndB artist, born in London to a [[{{UsefulNotes/Guyana}} Guyanese]] father and Irish mother, who rose to fame after winning ''TheXFactor'' (The British version) and earning critical acclaim for her first album, ''Spirit'' in the USA.

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Leona Lewis is a {{Britpop}} and RAndB artist, born in London to a [[{{UsefulNotes/Guyana}} Guyanese]] father and Irish mother, who rose to fame after winning ''TheXFactor'' (The British version) and earning critical acclaim for her first album, ''Spirit'' in the USA. She is the show's most successful winner and second most successful contestant overall (behind Music/OneDirection).


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* TheRunnerUpTakesItAll: Averted, big time. She became the first X-Factor contestant to experience mainstream worldwide success, while no other contestant from her series even had minor success in the UK. She was the show's most successful alumni from 2008, her rise to international stardom, to 2012/13, when she was eclipsed by boy band Music/OneDirection. She remains in a firm second place.



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Known for songs like Bleeding Love, I See You and Footsteps On The Sand.



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* ''Christmas, with love'' (2013)

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*** No it's not. It's about taking risks and living your life to the fullest instead of sitting on the sidelines because you're afraid of the possibility that you might have to face some ''emotional'' pain in your life - which is unavoidable. It's certainly not about intentionally harming oneself to make them happy.

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