Date of birth
21st July, 1981
1st January, 1970
Paloma Faith (born Paloma Faith Blomfield 21.07.1985)
Paloma Faith is a British singer, songwriter, dancer and actress, appearing in the films 'St Trinian's', 'The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus' and 'Dread'.
Net Worth: According to Celebrity Net Worth in 2014, Paloma Faith has a net worth of 3 million USD.
Childhood: Paloma Faith was born in the Hackney, London, to an English mother and a Spanish father who divorced when she was four years old. Following this, Faith moved with her mother to Stoke Newington, London. She was encouraged to take weekly ballet classes by her mother, and after finishing her A-Levels at City and Islington College, Faith studied for a BA in Contemporary Dance at Leeds University. Following this, she moved on to take an MA in Drama, at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. Paloma Faith: Career After performing a few gigs, Jamie Binns and Christian Wåhlberg of Lateral Management in became her managers in 2007. After landing a role in 2007's 'St. Trinian's', Faith recorded a duet with Josh Weller entitled 'It's Christmas (And I Hate You)' earning her enough recognition to release her debut solo single, 'Stone Cold Sober', which went to number 17 on the UK singles chart in June 2009. She then made a live appearance on Dermot O'Leary's BBC Radio 2 show where she also conducted an interview. Faith released her debut album, 'Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful?' on 28th September 2009 to rave reviews. The album was certified double platinum after reaching the sixth spot in the UK charts. Also in 2009, Faith also appeared in 'The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus'. On 29th February, 2012, Faith announced her upcoming second studio album, 'Fall to Grace', set for release on 28th May 2012. On its release, the album reached the second spot in the UK albums charts and received decent reviews from critics. 'Fall to Grace' was certified double platinum in the UK. In January 2013, Faith revealed that she was underway writing her third studio album. 'A Perfect Contradiction' was released on 10th March 2014, to mixed reviews. Similarly to its predecessor, it reached the second spot on in the UK charts and became double platinum status.
Personal Life: In 2005, Faith was married to Rian Haynes, a New Zealand chef, however the couple separated after eight months. They were divorced four years later.
Paloma Faith performing her headline set during day 1 of Standon Calling. Other performers at the festival included George Ezra, Bryan Ferry, Pale Waves, The Amazons, Goldfrapp and Django Django - Standon, United Kingdom - Friday 27th July 2018
By Andrew Lockwood in Music Reviews on 20 June 2018
The Forestry Commission's Forest Live series of ongoing open air concerts played host to the effervescent and vivacious Paloma Faith on Friday night. In the truly beautiful surroundings of Bedgebury Pinetum, not far from Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent, Paloma put on a dazzling show full of West-End pizzazz in front of a sell-out crowd.
The Hackney songstress brought her infectiousness to an eager crowd as she played out almost all of her latest album, 'The Architect', as well as a string of hits and favourites from her impressive back catalogue. Dressed in a technicolour dress that surpassed anything Joseph ever had to offer and in co-ordinating stiletto lace-up boots, Paloma looked resplendent as she took to the stage. With three backing singers adorned in white with reflective glasses like a sci-fi choir, and a whole host of musicians in matching jumpsuits on a stage set that wouldn't have looked out of place on a 70s 'Star Trek' episode, Paloma had certainly not gone down the low-key, understated route to entertain.
Continue reading: Paloma Faith - Bedgebury Pinetum, Kent 15.06.18 Live Review
She and her husband Leyman Lahcine welcomed their first baby in December 2016.
Paloma Faith has spoken about the “loneliness” she experienced as a new mother, also revealing that she was forced to cut short her maternity leave because of financial worries.
The British pop star, 36, welcomed her first child with her husband Leyman Lahcine back in December 2016. One and a half years of parenthood down the line, Faith has opened up about the struggles she experienced in the first few months.
“Don’t get me wrong, I love my child – but it’s hell,” Faith told the i newspaper on Friday (June 15th).
Continue reading: Paloma Faith Reveals Struggles Of New Motherhood
Paloma Faith at the 2018 Brit Awards held at the O2 Arena in London. This year's big winners included Stormzy, Dua Lipa, Harry Styles and Gorillaz. Ed Sheeran was the recipient of the Global Success Award - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 21st February 2018
Faith and her boyfriend, Leyman Lahcine, welcomed their first child 13 months ago.
Paloma Faith has revealed that she refers to her baby as “they” as she raises it in a gender-neutral environment away from what she believes as the harmful effects of “celebrity culture”.
The 36 year old pop star appeared on ‘Good Morning Britain’ on Thursday morning (February 1st) to explain her parenting decisions, saying that her status as a public figure could be an “unhealthy environment” for her child.
Faith and her boyfriend Leyman Lahcine welcomed their first child, a daughter, into the world back in December 2016.
Continue reading: Paloma Faith On Raising Her Child Gender-Neutral
The line-up includes just one female performer, Dua Lipa
It’s that time of the year again when award ceremonies for the arts roll around. We’ve already had the Golden Globes and the Critic’s Choice Award for films and the Grammys are BRITs are coming up for the music world. However, there is one artist who is not keen on the upcoming British music award celebrations and that is Paloma Faith.
Speaking about the line-up of artists due to perform at the BRITs in February, the Only Love Can Hurt Like This hitmaker has hit out at the fact there is only one woman on the billing.
The singer was reported to have wed boyfriend Leyman Lahcine.
Paloma Faith has dismissed reports that she’s secretly wed boyfriend Leyman Lahcine.
Taking to Twitter, the singer set the record straight on her relationship status – as well as her comments about raising her child gender neutral.
Continue reading: Paloma Faith Makes It Clear: 'I'm Not Married!'
Paloma Faith turns down going to events because she ''prefers'' to stay in bed.
Paloma Faith turns down going to events because she ''prefers'' to stay in bed.
The 36-year-old singer has admitted she is a ''big sleeper'' and there have been times when she has been invited to a bash but has rejected the offer because she just wants to get an early night and cosy up at home.
The former 'The Voice UK' judge - who gave birth to her first child in December last year - told Stylist magazine: ''I've always been a big sleeper, but it's such a luxury to me now that even if someone asks me to go to an amazing event I don't because I actually prefer to go to bed.''
Continue reading: Paloma Faith Rejects Events To Stay In Bed
The fifth and current series of ‘The Voice’ will be the last to air on the BBC.
The BBC have confirmed they have lost talent show 'The Voice' to rival channel ITV, after refusing to engage in "a bidding war". The fifth and upcoming series will be the last to air on BBC, before it moves over to ITV as part of their Saturday night line-up.
In a statement BBC Acting Director of Television Mark Linsey confirmed that the upcoming fifth series would be the last to air on the channel. "The BBC is incredibly proud of ‘The Voice’, but the fifth series which starts in January will be our last.”
‘The Voice’ audience doesn't seem to get Boy George’s sense of humour yet.
A rep for BBC talent series ‘The Voice’ has said that judge Boy George was just joking when he claimed he had slept with Prince during a live taping of the show. George’s comments have been making headlines worldwide with many taking them pretty seriously, but it seems some people just aren’t getting the singer’s sense of humour yet.
Speaking to People, a rep for ‘The Voice’ said the whole thing was just "a joke" by the Culture Club frontman which has been taking out of context. "He just went, 'Oh darling, I've slept with him,'" the spokesperson said. "He went on to say that he had Prince posters on his wall as a kid. He was never being serious.”
Continue reading: Rep For The Voice Says Boy George's Prince Claims Were Just A Joke
He made the claim while shooting the new series of 'The Voice', which sent the audience "wild" and caused producers to temporarily stop filming.
The ‘80s pop star and Culture Club singer is reported to have sent BBC production staff into such a frenzy that the shoot, in front of a studio audience, had to be temporarily shut down in the wake of the jaw-dropping claim, according to The Sun.
A source told the paper that the 54 year old singer’s revelation “sent the audience absolutely wild and forced producers to stop filming”.
Continue reading: Boy George Sensationally Claims He Slept With Prince
Fireworks are already flying on ‘The Voice’s’ new judging panel.
The new series of ‘The Voice’ is still months away from airing, but it appears new judges Paloma Faith and Boy George are not getting along too well. During auditions in Manchester earlier this week the two judges are said to have engaged in a heated argument, leaving Paloma in tears.
According to The Mirror it all started when Paloma thought George was taking too long with his comments and the singer pretended to fall asleep and started snoring. When George called her up on it, Paloma said it was just banter, but he didn’t seem to see the funny side.
Paloma Faith - A variety of stars from the music industry were photographed as they arrived at the Brit Awards 2015 which were held at the O2 arena in London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 25th February 2015