Tulisa Biography (Wikipedia)
Tula Paulina "Tulisa" Contostavlos (born 13 July 1988) is an English singer-songwriter, The X Factor judge, actress, and television personality. Tulisa is known for her role in Demons Never Die, for her debut single as a solo artist Young and for being a part of N-Dubz.
Tulisa as a part of N-Dubz has gained two platinum certified albums, five MOBO awards, four headlining tours, a Brit Award nomination, eight top twenty five singles, three silver certified singles, one gold certified album, a compilation album that successfully gained a silver certificate and two Urban Music Awards nominations. As a solo artist Tulisa has generated a debut Number One single that topped in Scotland and the UK charts, two consecutive top twenty singles, a top thirty five debut album and a debut single that has gained over twenty million views on YouTube. Tulisa has also released a fragrance line named "The Female Boss".
In 2011 and 2012, Tulisa was a judge on The X Factor. In 2011 Tulisa successfully won the show in her debut year of being a judge with the "Groups" category with her winning act being Little Mix, who went on to become the most successful girl group in the X Factor's history. The following year Tulisa again mentored budding stars with her mentoring Ella Henderson and Lucy Spraggan, both of these acts have gone on from The X Factor to have careers in singing.