Tulisa born Tula Paulinea Contostavlos, is an English singer, songwriter, television personality, and actress. She was born on July 13, 1988, in London. With her cousin Dappy and friend Fazer, she formed the R&B/hip-hop group N-Dubz, which was nominated for a Brit Award and earned two platinum albums and two gold albums, as well as five MOBO Awards and three Urban Music Awards.
A member of the panel of judges for the British version of The X Factor from 2011 to 2012 was Tulisa. For her first solo single, “Young,” she topped the UK Singles Chart in 2012. The sight of You and ‘Live It Up’ both charted in the UK’s top twenty singles of 2007. Tulisa’s debut studio album, The Female Boss, was released in 2012. The British horror film Demons Never Die and the comedy Big Fat Gypsy Gangster both featured her as an actress in 2011.
In Camden, London, Tula Paulinea Contostavlos was born on July 13, 1988. Originally from Ireland, Anne Byrne grew up in Dublin’s Churchtown. Jeep, a 1980s big band and swing band comprised of Anne and her three sisters, was formed by the four sisters.
Plato Contostavlos, Tulisa’s Greek Cypriot father, was a keyboardist for Mungo Jerry at one time. Byron Contostavlos, Plato’s brother, played bass with Mungo Jerry before taking over as manager of N-Dubz. As a Roman Catholic, Tulisa was baptized in her father’s Greek Orthodox faith, but she later converted to Christianity.
In accordance with the Mental Health Act, Tulisa’s mother was sectioned when she was five years old because of her bipolar disorder and schizoaffective disorder. Tulisa: My Mum And Me, a 2010 BBC documentary, documented Tulisa’s time caring for her mother before she joined N-Dubz. As a teenager, she attended Quintin Kynaston School in St. John’s Wood with the help of her uncle, Byron Contostavlos, but later transferred to Haverstock Secondary School and did not take her GCSE exams.
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With her “unrecognizable face” on GMB, Tulisa stuns viewers.
Her new music didn’t even come up when Tulisa appeared on Good Morning Britain on Friday to talk about her comeback.
The N-Dubz singer’s appearance left them in a state of disbelief, with many deeming him “unrecognizable.”
According to one, she “couldn’t move” her face while another said she “looked like rubber”.
Twitter user Tulisa: “Thank you for introducing Tulisa because I would not have recognized her if she hadn’t spoken!!!!”
“WTF has Tulisa done to her face?” one person wrote. After seeing her on GMB this morning, she appears to have undergone some sort of surgical procedure. “It’s a pity.”
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Another person commented, “Tulisa’s skin looks like rubber.”
The GMB’s Tulisa “can’t even move her face anymore,” wrote one person. I don’t know what she’s trying to accomplish.”
Aside from getting fillers in her cheeks, Tulisa has admitted to undergoing lip surgery.
Her response to haters who called her ugly was to tell OK! magazine: “I’m older too, so my face will change.” Anti-aging and muscle-tightening treatments are among my favorite hobbies, and I always keep my lip fillers intact.”
Bloody hell Tulisa on @GMB can’t even move her face anymore. What the hell does she want to achieve #GMB
— Al (@OzzyEasybiker) August 16, 2019
WTF has #Tulisa done to her face? She used to be beautiful but after seeing her this morning on @GMB, she seems to have been under the butcher's knife. Such a shame.
— Dave Just Chillin 🏴 🇬🇧 🇦🇮 (@spacerider_dave) August 16, 2019
To promote her new single Slipping, Tulisa made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
After an ex-sex boyfriend’s tape was leaked online, her career began to spiral out of control.
Mazher Mahmood, the famed undercover reporter known as the Fake Sheik, set up a sting operation in 2013 and arrested her on suspicion of supplying class A drugs.
While posing as a wealthy film producer, he claimed that she had arranged for him to be supplied with drugs.
In court, Mahmood was accused of tampering with evidence, and the trial of Tulisa was sensationally halted.
He was later tried and sentenced to 15 months in prison for additional charges.
New music is like a “fresh start” for her, she says.
In her interview with GMB this morning, Tulisa said: “It’s been an incredible journey, life’s been an incredible journey.
There is no substitute for the kind of education and experience that comes with a career like that. “I’m thankful for all of it, no matter how good or bad it is.”
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