By Alex - 17-07-2012 Rating:
Tulisa's place in the trio N-Dubz launched her career and made her a household name; this has been further cemented in her solo career. Her role as a judge on X Factor has made her one of the nation's sweethearts, much like the show did for Cheryl Cole, and saw her group Little Mix become the first group to win the show in its eight-year history. Her recent success in gaining an injunction to stop distribution of a sex tape made by an ex-boyfriend has once again kept the twenty-four year old in current news and demonstrates the support she had gained amongst young people.

Chas Newkey-Burden's biography, Tulisa - The Biography, takes the reader through the singers troubled childhood when she experienced harrowing episodes of drug abuse and suicide attempts as well as the difficulties she faced at home coping with her mother's mental illness. The place she's gained as one of Britain's most popular female celebrities is awe-inspiring given her history and this is a must-read for any fan of this rising star.


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