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April 17, 2012

Hey bunnies! Once more, Leonadaily.net is bringing you an exclusive HQ set of pictures. Back in 2009 Leona posed for the photographer John Akehurst. The photographs were published in PEOPLE US magazine. Today, we are giving you the chance to see the shoots in High Quality for the first time online… Enjoy!

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Photoshoot > 2009 > John Akehurst

April 17, 2012

Hey bunnies! If you love Tumblr, if you love Leona Lewis, then you will love this amazing tumblr Page! We don’t know if it is related to any sort of official account but this page is absolutely stunning! Animations, videos, photos montage ect … it’s an absolute Must Visit for you Leona’s fans… Enjoy! Well done to the creator!


April 12, 2012

Hey bunnies! Good news for Leona! Eachyear the Sunday times Magazine, is publishing the list of the wealthiest british singers under the age af 30 years old. This year, as well as last year Leona is #2 with a fortune worth £12 millions. She’s is number 2 behind Adele, who comes first with £20 millions. Well done Leona, you seem to be good in business. Here is the list:

The Sunday Times Rich List 2012 for young musicians aged 30 and under is as follows:

1. Adele (£20m)
2. Cheryl Cole (£12m)
2. Leona Lewis (£12m)
2. Katie Melua (£12m)
5. Joss Stone (£10m)
6. Charlotte Church (£8m)
6. Craig David (£8m)
6. Paolo Nutini (£8m)
9. Florence Welch (£7m)
10. Lily Allen (£6m)
10. Natasha Bedingfield (£6m)
10. Duffy (£6m)
10. James Morrison (£6m)
14. Nadine Coyle (£5m)
14. Taio Cruz (£5m)
14. Jonathan ‘JB’ Gill (JLS) (£5m)
14. Sarah Harding (£5m)
14. Marvin Humes (JLS) (£5m)
14. Jessie J (£5m)
14. Aston Merrygold (JLS) (£5m)
14. Nicola Roberts (£5m)
14. Kimberley Walsh (£5m)
14. Oritsé Williams (JLS) (£5m)


April 12, 2012

Fans of Leona Lewis had reason to get excited recently, when a newspaper report suggested new material could be here sooner rather than later and a new single could premier to coincide with her appearance at the forthcoming Radio 1 Hackney Weekend, which is being held to celebrate the London Olympics.

Her 3rd studio album titled GlassHeart had garnered many promising previews from critics and press alike – especially for Emile Sande penned track ’Trouble’ – and was originally set to be released in November last year, shortly after last single Collide, which unfortunately failed to set the charts alight though reached a respectable number 4.

Seemingly, it’s average performance scared the label into pushing the release date back and fans were left both disappointed and perplexed when out of nowhere, music sites such as HMV and Amazon listed the album with a March 2012 release date instead. The only explanation given for this was that Leona had “been inspired” to write more tracks and produce a better album. Of course, March has now been and gone and fans are still left waiting, with rumours suggesting a further delay of a November release and we are constantly being told it’s “coming soon” and it’s “being perfected” by Leona and her team.

Fortunately, supporters haven’t been completely deprived though, with an EP of covers being released around Christmas as a stop gap and the album’s title track GlassHeart being performed regulary by her in various shows over the last few months, which fans have been lucky enough to hear through youtube. The Ryan Tedder produced track is a upbeat dance number with a dark and haunting edge, that many think could have made a better single release than Collide and perhaps performed better in the charts. Maybe we wouldn’t even be in this situation now if it had. Is it a taster of what we can expect when she finally comes out with new material? Or did the label get scared and the delay is a result of going back to square one and she’s been sent back to the drawing board to record some new big power ballads instead, hoping to re-create the chart hits of Bleeding Love and Run?

Either way, if the report is to be believed, fans finally have something to cling onto and look forward to, if they dare. Question is, after such a long time, will the music she comes back with live up to expectation, will it be a new sound or the same old power ballads and most importantly, will it be the hit she needs to get her career back on track?

Could GlassHeart be a hit for Leona? Can she pull off Dance Music or does she need another Bleeding Love?

April 10, 2012

Hey bunnies! Good news for “Spirit” and for Leona. The wesbite “The independent” just published the top 40 of Britain’s best-selling album of past half-century. And Leona is making the top20! Indeed she is in the list with Spirit at #20, knowing that Spirit has almost sold 4.000.000 copies in UK only (almost 8 millions worldwilde). Well done Leona! Spirit is such a classic…

10. Greatest Hits II (1991) Queen
11. The Immaculate Collection (1990) Madonna
12. Back To Black (2006) Amy Winehouse
13. Stars (1991) Simply Red
14. Rumours (1977) Fleetwood Mac
15. Come On Over (1997) Shania Twain
16. Back To Bedlam (2005) James Blunt
17. Urban Hymns (1997) The Verve
18. Bridge Over Troubled Water (1970) Simon and Garfunkel
19. No Angel (2001) Dido
20. Spirit (2007) Leona Lewis
21. Legend (1984) Bob Marley and the Wailers
22. Bat Out Of Hell (1977) Meat Loaf
23. Dirty Dancing (1987) Original soundtrack
24. 1 (2000) The Beatles


April 10, 2012

Hey Guys! Thanks a lot to Harry on twitter for posting this awesome video of Leona, performing her hit “Collide” along with her “Glassheart” fans classic at the private party organised at the Club Cavalli, in Dubai. Leona was a bit sick these days but she nailed it! Bravo Leona!

“Collide” & “Glassheart” Live @ Club Cavalli – Dubai

April 8, 2012

Hello bunnies and Happy Easter to all of you around the world. Once again, as a proof of her huge generosity, Leona spent time at the Hopefield Center where she was hosting a special “Easter Day”. She was accompagnied by the girls of “2 shoes” and meets Charley Bird and Lucy Texeira. Here are some *Exclusive* pictures from the Special Hopefield Easter Fair below:

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Candids > 2012 > 08-04-2012 Leona visits the Hopefield Easter Fair, Brentwood, England

April 8, 2012

Hey Guys! It was a busy day yesterday for our girl! She was in Dubai performing at the Atelier Live Music Festival Dubai and at The Cavalli Club doing an After Party VIP Show. Here’s the first footage of the Atelier Live Music Festival, a short clip of “Brave” and also some pictures from Leona’s Instagram releated to the events. We’ll be updating with more pics and videos as they appear on the net. Enjoy!

“Bleeding Love” Live at The Atelier Music Festival
“Brave” Live at The Atelier Music Festival

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Live Concerts > 2012 > Atelier Live Dance Music Festival

April 5, 2012

Hello! After a fan asked me to show him the picture on top of this news, in High Quality, i checked the gallery and realised that i never posted the two HQ outtakes that i had for ages on my computer. So here are two outtakes taken from the David Oldham photoshoot in HQ… Enjoy!

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Photoshoots > 2009 > David Oldham

April 5, 2012

Leona Lewis says she cannot wait to be inspired this weekend in Dubai by her “friends”.

“I’m so excited,” she gushed from her London recording studio. “I love being around live performers and live shows. So I know this is going to be amazing. I went to see Sweeney Todd at the theatre and it just reminded me how I’m constantly inspired by music and inspired by people.”

Having worked with Ne-Yo, Taio Cruz, Skylar Gray and being best mates with “Tasha”, as she refers to her fellow Londoner Natasha Bedingfield, Lewis isn’t ruling out a reunion on stage.

“Who knows?” she said. “It’s so nice that we’ll all see each other. You get to know people and spend time with them in the studio. But then you go off and do your own thing. Tasha, she’s such a great girl and we don’t get to see each other very often, especially with all the live shows we do. She’s SO nice. She’s a lot of fun.”

Working on her long-awaited album, Lewis is keeping her fans waiting with the promise that it will all be worth it.

She left LA and went home to London in order to focus, according to the 27-year-old.

“We are just vibing and seeing what inspires us and creating. Taking things to the next level. I want to make an album that’s timeless. That takes a while to come to fruition but worthwhile in the end.”

Lewis auditioned for the third series of the UK X Factor in 2006, singing Over the Rainbow and was then mentored by Simon Cowell. In December the UK public voted her winner and Lewis scooped a million-pound recording contract.

“There’s always a back story,” she said criticising the people who at the time claimed she would be a flash in the pan. “I think only now people have started to realise that I didn’t just walk out of my bedroom and onto a big stage and that was it. I’ve always sung. I’ve always worked hard and I still work hard now.”

Works hard, plays hard and as we expected it all comes back down to the people around her.

All of my focus is on my album. The only thing I sometimes kinda miss is being around my friends and family so much. But when I come back and I can spend quality time with them it’s great. It’s a bit of give and take.”