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Charlotte Church Greenpeace at Shell HQ

Charlotte Church - Charlotte Church seen singing right outside Shell's London HQ. As part of a month-long musical protest against Arctic drilling. - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 26th August 2015

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Charlotte Church - Charlotte Church performs Requiem for the Arctic as part as a Greenpeace protest against Shell - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 26th August 2015

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Charlotte Church sings at a protest against oil drilling in the Arctic.

Charlotte Church , Atmosphere - Charlotte Church sings at a protest near the Shell building in London. She is against Shell drilling for oil in the Arctic. at Shell Building, South Bank - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 26th August 2015

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Charlotte Church sings for Greenpeace

Charlotte Church - Charlotte Church sings requiem for Arctic for Greenpeace - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 26th August 2015

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Charlotte Church arrives at Shell HQ

Charlotte Church - Charlotte Church arrives at Shell HQ to perform the Requiem for Arctic Ice - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 26th August 2015

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'Cash-Strapped' Charlotte Church: "I Will Have To Work For The Rest Of My Life"


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Charlotte Church has revealed the millions she made when just a teenager have completely disappeared but she is still facing investigation by HMRC. Church was interviewed by the BBC for an upcoming segment on BBC Wales, Charlotte Church In Her Own Words.

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Charlotte Church has given an interview in which she details her financial struggles.

Read More: Charlotte Church Doesn't Own A TV.

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Robin Thicke's New Album Titled 'Paula': Ten More Cringe-Worthy Album Titles


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In perhaps the most audacious and downright ridiculous move the music business has witnessed in the last few years, singer Robin Thicke has announced his new album will carry the title of Paula, which by some strange coincidence just happens to be the name of his estranged wife- actress Paula Patton.

Thicke and Patton at 56th Grammy AwardsThicke and Paula in more happy circumstances.

To say such a public declaration of love is cringe-worthy would be an understatement, it is such a trite attempt at reconciling with his wife that is seems like something straight out of Spinal Tap. You can imagine the album title sitting quite comfortably alongside the likes of Smell The Glove and Shark Sandwich. As if that wasn’t irksome enough, Thicke’s debut single from the album is entitled "Get Her Back” and it sees the ageing crooner positively straining to exude as much heartfelt sincerity as he can before he gives himself a heart attack.

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Inherently Sexist Music Industry v Charlotte Church - Can She Make a Difference?


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Charlotte Church seems willing to take on one of the biggest businesses in the world as she denounces the "culture of demeaning women" in the contemporary music industry. The 27-year-old singer made her comments as she delivered the keynote speech for the John Peel Lecture.

Having suffered the very same fate she accuses the music industry of inflicting on young female artists, Church has emerged as a popular voice of reason in a spectrum clearly lacking reason and forethought.

Miley Cyrus’s increased sexualisation of herself, and inanimate objects like foam fingers and wrecking balls, has catalysed the concern regarding an underlying culture of sexism and exploitation.

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Charlotte Church Delivers Passionate Keynote Speech on Feminine Sexualisation


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Once a puppet, with her own sexuality out of her control and a musical career that involved exploitation and sexism, Charlotte Church certainly speaks from experience when she talks of the dangers of hyper-sexualisation in contemporary pop music.

Charlotte ChurchCharlotte Church's speech was eloquent and well recieved

The speech was broadcast at midnight on Tuesday 15th on BBC Radio 6, and was made as part of the John Peel Lecture on Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour. The eloquent address picked out modern phenomena and highlighted the perils of using sex to sell music, especially in a video medium.

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Charlotte Church Didn't Just Say No To The X-Factor, She Said NO!


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There are ways of saying no to doing something, then there are ways Charlotte Church says no to doing something. Her way involves violent imagery. We prefer her way. Check out how she said no to doing The X-Factor.

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“I got asked to do The X Factor job. I’d rather poke my eyes out with sticks than be a part of the machine that kills music,” she told Wales Online. “I had a meeting to ask about the level of involvement in the creative process I could have, and they basically said none unless it was in line with what was required.”

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Piers Morgan Tells Charlotte Church About Phone Hacking, Years Before Denying Any Knowledge


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An interview clip featuring Piers Morgan telling Charlotte Church about the possibilities of phone hacking in the media in 2003 is set to be aired on Channel 4 in a new documentary.

The former editor of tabloids The Sun, Daily Mirror and the now defunct News of the World has repeatedly denied having any knowledge that phone hacking went on since it emerged that the Rupert Murdoch owned newspapers had journalists using illegal techniques to listen to voicemails on celebrities' phones and even those of victims of crime. In fact, at the Leveson inquiry, he swore under oath several times that he 'had no reason or knowledge to believe it was going on'. In spite of this, footage has emerged of the controversial TV personality discussing the practise with the then 17-year-old popstar Charlotte Church in 2003. 'When [mobile phones] first came out journalists found out that if a celebrity hadn't changed their pin code. You can access their voicemails by typing in a number', he said. 'Now, are you really telling me that journalists aren't going to do that? If they know that they can ring up Charlotte Church's mobile phone, listen to all her messages?'

The discussion took place in an interview after she was invited to address the Oxford Union during which she campaigned for a privacy law for celebrities under 18 years of age. It will soon be broadcast on the Channel 4 documentary 'Taking on the Tabloids' which will feature Hugh Grant who has been in a string of legal battles with the tabloids following the phone hacking scandal. 

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Charlotte Church

Date of birth

21st February, 1986

Occupation

Musician

Sex

Female