Jade Louise Ewen is a British singer, songwriter, actress and a former member of the girl group Sugababes. Ewen began her singing career in a girl group named Trinity Stone, which signed with Sony BMG in 2005 but disbanded in 2007 without releasing an album. In 2009, after winning the right, she represented the United Kingdom in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest by performing the Andrew Lloyd Webber / Diane Warren penned "It's My Time". She finished in fifth place, making her the most successful British Eurovision act since 2002. Ewen replaced Keisha Buchanan in the group Sugababes in September 2009. After becoming a member of the group, they achieved two UK top-ten singles and a top fifteen album.
|Birth name:||Jade Louise Ewen|
|Born:||January 24, 1988|
|Origin:||Plaistow, London, England, United Kingdom|
|Genres:||Pop, electropop, dance-pop, Europop, R&B|
|Occupation(s):||Singer, songwriter, actress|
|Labels:||Polydor (2009) Solo, Island (2009–11) Sugababes, RCA (2011) Sugababes|
|Twitter:||Jade Ewen's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Jade Ewen's IMDb|
About Jade Ewen
Actress and singer of the group Sugababes who performed at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest, finishing in fifth place.
She attended the Sylvia Young Theatre School and was featured on the instructional DVD How to Dance.
She played the role of Nala in the musical version of The Lion King.
She was in a long term relationship with Ricky Norwood, but the couple split in 2011.
She once performed "It's My Time," written by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Information related to Jade Ewen
- Sugababes members
- Alumni of the Sylvia Young Theatre School
- Black English actresses
- Black British singers
- English female pop singers
- Singers from London