Leona Lewis’ fame went from zero to 100 with the success of her song Bleeding Love. And now she’s a household name, thanks to that song, and winning X Factor. She’s one of the few people who can actually thank Simon Cowell for giving them a career.
Leona’s fame and life story is something her fans want to know more about, so she’s just signed a deal to publish her memoirs. Leona has teamed up with Hodder & Stoughton to write her autobiography which will hit stores this October. The book will document her rise to the top of the charts after winning X Factor.
She says, "The last two years have been an unbelievable experience for me. So to have it documented in pictures and to be able to tell people in my own words what it feels like means a lot to me.
"I know the book will be full of special moments and I’m already having a brilliant time putting it together."
It does sound like a great book, but we wish these celebrities would stop calling these books memoirs! Leona is so young, and it seems like she’ll be staying in the game for a long time. If you’re Madonna, you can call it a memoir!