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.
The 33-year-old singer recently claimed she won't get the chance to sing the new Bond soundtrack because she has been outspoken about wanting the role.
It is no secret that Paloma Faith has voiced her desire to hopefully sing the next James Bond soundtrack, but now the British songstress thinks being outspoken about the wanting the opportunity may have "messed up" her chances.
Faith believes she now has no chance of singing the next Bond soundtrack
While speaking with reporters at a march in support of International Women's Day (March 8th), Faith claimed that she is getting punished for being vocal about wanting to record the theme for 'Spectre,' the next movie in the famed spy franchise.
Continue reading: Paloma Faith "Messed Up" Chances To Sing Latest James Bong Theme
The British duo have done well both in Britain and the States throughout 2014, and their huge sales were recognised on Wednesday's glitzy awards ceremony.
Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith were the big winners at the Brit Awards. The annual music industry spectacular rewarded the two biggest-selling artists of last year by bestowing two trophies on each on Wednesday night (February 25th).
Sheeran won the two biggest prizes for which he was nominated – those of British Male Solo Artist and Best British Album for his sophomore record X. He beat four other UK Number 1 albums to do so – rival Smith’s In The Lonely Hour, Royal Blood’s self-titled debut, indie stars Alt-J’s This Is All Yours and George Ezra’s slow-burning debut Wanted On Voyage.
Ed Sheeran arriving for Wednesday night's Brit Awards, where he won twice
Continue reading: Ed Sheeran And Sam Smith Win At Brit Awards
Paloma Faith has released the official audio track for her upcoming single, 'Beauty Remains'. The single is set for release in 2015, yet featured as the 12th track on the deluxe edition of her 10th March 2014 third studio album, 'A Perfect Contradiction'.
Ed Sheeran tops a list filled exclusively with home-grown talent in what has been a superb year for British pop.
It’s been a very good year for British music! For the first time ever, the top ten best-selling albums of 2014 in the UK consists exclusively of home-grown artists.
According to figures compiled by the BPI, the British music industry’s trade body, British artists have enjoyed huge dominance in the charts over the last twelve months. The top spot was taken by a clear distance by Ed Sheeran with his second album X, which is currently sitting at the Number 1 spot in the weekly charts for the twelfth non-consecutive week.
Ed Sheeran was the biggest-selling album artist of 2014, with 1.7 million copies of X sold
Continue reading: British Artists Dominate UK's Top 10 Albums Of 2014
Paloma Faith discusses the meaning behind her new single 'Only Love Can Hurt Like This', which is her only original song written by somebody other than her.
Sienna Miller is not only everywhere at LFW, she's also been the next to share a smooch with the model Cara Delevingne.
Sienna Miller has made sure that everyone knows she's attended this year's London Fashion Week after she's been snapped left, right and centre at the heart of the style and action.
Sienna Caught The Pap's Attention In Her Furry Shrug.
Rocking a deep jade Burberry Prorsum shrug, Sienna arrived at the fashion house's Monday (16 Sept) show. Sienna's ties with the British fashion brand run deeper than her wardrobe: she's been the face of the brand this season, appearing in campaigns with her fiancé and the father of her daughter, Tom Sturridge.
Continue reading: Sienna Miller Struck By The Cara Delevingne Kiss-O-Gram [Picture]
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Paloma Faith makes a charismatic live performance of her INXS cover single 'Never Tear Us Apart' at the Isle of Wight Festival as part of Vevo's Summer Six festival tour. The single featured as a bonus track on her the re-issued version of her album 'Fall To Grace'.