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Leona Lewis has found a goodlooking bandage to mend her Bleeding Love with a new man.
Memories of her long-term ex, Lou Al-Chamaa, were a distant blur as the star looked chuffed when leading a hunky backing dancer out of a London club.
Lewis, 25, didn’t hold back to impress dancer Jay Revell, dolling up in a $1,500 revealing Herve Leger cream and black frock, platforms and studded leather jacket.
The pair were on hand to celebrate the birthday of another dancer, Christian Goka, at London’s Luxx nightclub.
Leona Lewis shows off her curves in a sexy sheer top after taping a segment at Radio 1 studios in London on Sunday (November 29).
The 24-year-old soulful sweetheart was covered from the rain by a giant umbrella held by one of her bodyguards.
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Leona Lewis struts her stuff on the red carpet at the 2009 American Music Awards at L.A.’s Nokia Theatre on Sunday (November 22).
The 24-year-old “Happy” singer wore a stunning black outfit by Vivienne Westwood and accessorized with a Robert Anthony ring.
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Stepping out for a swanky evening, Leona Lewis was spotted living it up at Hyde Lounge in West Hollywood, California last night.
The “Bleeding Love” songstress looked to be having a marvelous time as she celebrated the release of her new album Echo at the ASICS-sponsored event.
Leona Lewis has revealed all about her EMAs performance and love of fellow diva Beyonce Knowles.
Speaking to MTV News after the show the Happy singer said: “I think it went really well, I had a really good time I got into the song.”
Asked about her favourite moment the star said: “I’m a huge fan of Beyonce and it was amazing to perform on the same stage.
“She’s such a strong, powerful female, she’s got a strong presence in the music industry and she’s got great music.”
Leona Lewis was punched in the temple by a so-called fan who waited for more than five hours in line to meet her at a London book singing Wednesday, where the 24-year-old singer was signing copies of her new autobiography, Dreams.
Fans at the scene described the scary incident to the UK Sun.
"It was horrendous," Emily Rose, who was standing behind him, told the paper. "He waited for Leona to bow her head then just lashed out -- a proper full-on punch on the side of her face. She let out a piercing scream and grabbed her temple. Security piled on this guy and Leona just started running."
Fan Steve Caris described Lewis' creepy attacker.
"This bloke looked like a nutcase," Caris told the Sun. "He was like a bumpkin, well over 6ft tall and with buck teeth. He really walloped Leona. She must have been in agony."
Lewis was taken to London's Harley Street Hospital after the attack, and reports indicated she suffered bruising.
Scotland Yard said an arrest has been made in connection with the attack.
Lewis shot to prominence as the winner of the 2006 X Factor Competition; she was recently featured on the VH1 Divas special, where she collaborated with 80s star Cyndi Lauper on a cover of the Lauper's hit single, True Colors.
Peter Kowalczyk, 29, was jealous of the fact that Lewis won the ITV1 talent show while he was turned down, according to The Sun.
The 24-year-old singer was signing copies of her autobiography at a branch of Waterstone's in Piccadilly, central London, on Wednesday when the man suddenly lashed out.
Security guards wrestled him to the ground and a shaken Lewis was escorted away in tears. She was taken to see a doctor as a precaution but needed no further treatment.
It is understood Mr Kowalvyzk had queued for five hours to meet Lewis, after buying a copy of her autobiography, Dreams.
He was arrested and charged with assault before being taken to a psychiatric hospital where he was sectioned, it was reported.
His father Tomasz told the newspaper: "He wants to be a singer. He went along and queued at X Factor. How far he got with it? Nowhere."
Source: Radar Online