Lauren Lovejoy


Lauren Lovejoy first discovered her voice at the age of 14 singing with a friend at a school concert where they were so popular they were asked to do repeat performances.

This led Lauren to start taking singing lessons and as she developed musically began writing her own lyrics. An early song “Broken” which she co-wrote and recorded later aged 21 demonstrates her unique tone, deep and soulful voice.  

In 2014 Lauren was scouted for X Factor, received four yeses at Wembley and made it to boot camp. The year continued with an appearance in the finals of Miss Universe GB and winning two awards - Miss Congeniality & Miss Not in Vain. Subsequently she was invited to sing at the 2015 finals.

Lauren accepted an invitation to become an ambassador for The National Autistic Society and has performed at Autism’s Got Talent organised by Anna Kennedy of Strictly Come Dancing. Lauren has also performed at other celebrity charity events which has included a duet with Mitch Winehouse. Lauren’s charity work is very important to her and she continues this work today.

Her first single ‘Dontcha Go’ on release was chosen by HMV as their track of the month and was played in all their stores. It proved so popular at Notts County & Nottingham Forest Football Club the video was played on their large screens and Lauren has performed live at the grounds several times.

Lauren has continued to recorded with influential producers including Jorden Milnes, Jon Moon at Sensible Studios and has recently co-wrote two songs with Spencer Cozens which have been record in his studio.

A natural live performer Lauren continues to travel with her pianist appearing at various venues appealing to a wide age group and the Mod following who have followed her from the first single ‘Dontcha Go’.

‘Dontcha Go’