Leona Lewis will be spending the holidays on the sofa watching festive TV specials and Christmas classics.
Leona Lewis will spend the festive break watching 'EastEnders' and 'Home Alone'.
The 28-year-old singer - who released her fourth studio album, Christmas, with Love,' on December 2 - has revealed her perfect holiday plans include watching the 'EastEnders' Christmas special and the Macaulay Culkin classic, 'Home Alone'.
When asked about her favourite way to spend the holiday period, she said: ''[I'll watch] 'EastEnders' and any kind of festive film - my favourite is 'Home Alone'. You can't beat it.
''It's my favourite time of year. When I'm on tour, I know that Christmas is definitely the time I can dedicate to my family. I'm planning on spending this Christmas with my family in Enfield, for sure.
''We always open one present each on Christmas Eve. This year, I've got my eye on a vintage gramophone. I would love one - I'd play old records on Christmas night, like loads of Phil Spector.''
The blonde beauty also revealed she won't be holding back when it comes to her Christmas diet and is preparing to go ''crazy'' over a typically festive feast.
She said: ''I try to be good up until Christmas, the go crazy, then be good again. I'm a veggie so I have Quorn or a nut roast and all the trimmings. I absolutely love Yorkshire puddings - they're my favourite!
''There's nothing I don't like though, even sprouts. They just have to be seasoned right. Then there's all the chocolate - there's never any left in my house, believe me!''
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