Jade's gaining starlight

She got under the eye of the public when she was chosen to participate in the UK national selection - Your Country Needs You - for Europe's favourite TV-show early this year. In the end she was the one who took the song My Time by Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber and Diane Warren on stage in Moscow, achieving Britain's best placing since 2002, becoming fifth. 

Now she's been very busy recording her new album, filming the video for her new single My Man and meeting stars like Usher, as Eurovision.tv has reported before. It's sure the new single will be released already on the 21st of September but you can already see the video, right here. Enjoy!

    

You can already pre-order the single on iTunes or by SMS (only in the UK).

Best Newcomer at MOBO awards

She's now also been nominated for a MOBO award, in the category of Best Newcomer. You can support her by voting for her on the MOBO official website. You do have to register yourself on the website.

The Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards, established in 1995 are held annually in the United Kingdom to recognise artists of any race or nationality performing black music. 

Jade Ewen represented the UK at the 54th Eurovision Song Contest, held in the capital of Russia, Moscow. Her song was penned by the legendary songwriters Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber and Diane Warren.

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