Louisa Johnson

Pop Singer

Louisa Johnson was born in Thurrock, England, United Kingdom on January 11th, 1998 and is the Pop Singer. At the age of 26, Louisa Johnson biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Date of Birth
January 11, 1998
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Thurrock, England, United Kingdom
26 years old
Zodiac Sign
Social Media
Louisa Johnson Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 26 years old, Louisa Johnson has this physical status:

Hair Color
Eye Color
32-23-34" or 81-58.5-86 cm
Louisa Johnson Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Not Available
St Thomas of Canterbury School, Harris Academy School, Urban Edge College
Louisa Johnson Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Not Available
Not Available
Dating / Affair
Not Available
David Johnson, Lisa Hawkyard
Fynn Johnson (Brother)
Louisa Johnson Life

Louisa Johnson (born 11 January 1998) is an English singer.

She won the twelfth series of The X Factor in 2015.

She later released her winner's album "Forever Young," which debuted at number nine on the UK Singles Chart.

Early life

Louisa Johnson was born in Essex on January 11, 1998 to David Johnson and Lisa Hawkyard, and she has one younger brother, Fynn Johnson. Her father is a Essex construction worker, and her mother is a driving instructor from Chafford Hundred. She was born in Thurrock. Johnson attended St. Thomas of Canterbury primary school in Grays, Essex, and the Harris Academy secondary school in Chafford Hundred.

Personal life

In 2017, Johnson talked about her experience with Rita Ora, a former X Factor coach, who said that she was "still in touch with Rita."

In 2018, Johnson was chastised for several homophobic tweets she had made as a schoolgirl in 2013, which included the regular use of the homophobic word "faggot." "I was young and stupid, and hanging around with the wrong crowd, and she didn't know any better," she apologized for the tweets.


Louisa Johnson Career


Johnson auditioned for the twelfth series of The X Factor, a singing American pop music family group The Jackson 5's "Who's Lovin' You" from 2005. "It's a really difficult song to sing," she said, but she wanted to make a good impression." Following the performance, she received a standing ovation from all four judges and the audience and then moved to "bootcamp." With 4th Impact (formerly known as 4th Power), Sherilyn Hamilton-Shaw, Neneth Lyons, Jasmine Leigh Morris, and Andre Batchelor, and was accepted into the next challenge at "bootcamp." In the second challenge, she performed "Lay Me Down" and made it to the six-chair competition.

At "bootcamp," Johnson was mentored by Rita Ora, who determined the public's discretion. Jennifer Hudson's "And I Am Telling You That I'm Not Going" by Jennifer Hudson made it past the six-chair challenge to "judges' houses; when Johnson arrived, all six chairs were packed; Ora described the atmosphere as "like a zoo." At judges' houses, she sang "Respect" by Aretha Franklin in front of Ora and American musician Meghan Trainor in Los Angeles; this performance drew media notice because Johnson wore two separate pairs of shoes, with some viewers suggesting some sort of faking. Monica Michael, a wildcard entrant, returned to Ora for the live shows two weeks after it was recorded; Lauren Murray and Kiera Weathers were selected by Ora for the live shows.

Following Weathers' demises in the second week, Michael and Murray in the third week and Murray in the semi-finals, Johnson and ChΓ© Chesterman performed a cover version of "I Believe I Can Fly" by Yolanda Adams, making him the final female in the competition. On December 12, she duetted with her mentor, Ora. She performed her winner's single the next night, as a front of Bob Dylan's "Forever Young" album. She won The X Factor on December 13, 2015, becoming the first female winner since Alexandra Burke in 2008 and also the youngest winner ever in the Girls category, defeating Joe McElderry, who was 18 years old when he won in 2009.

Johnson released "Forever Young" after winning The X Factor. On the day after winning, she plugged the single on Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, and This Morning, a day after. X Factor judge Nick Grimshaw aired the single on The X Factor's radio show, Good Morning Britain, Lorraine and This Morning, continuously. On December 18, 2015, her version of the song debuted at number nine on the UK Singles Chart, becoming the youngest ever position on entry for a debut single from an X Factor winner. This can be attributed in large part to the chart day's shift from Sunday, when she was announced as the winner, to Friday, which resulted in her single only receiving four days' sales. The single descended to number twelve on the Christmas Day chart, becoming the lowest ranking X Factor winner's song on the Christmas Day chart ever. Overall, the single is the lowest charting X Factor winner's single to date, with all other champion's singles achieving top the charts or at least reaching the top ten. On the 2015 Text Santa radio broadcast, Johnson performed "Forever Young" on December 18, 2015.

Her debut studio album was expected to be out as soon as possible, possibly as early as February 2016, and it would feature her debut single "Forever Young." The singer later tweeted, "If I don't like it, there's no way it will be out." People will know me from this album, so it needs to be perfect."

"Tears," Johnson's British band Clean Bandit's "Tears" single was released in May 2016. The album was a commercial success, debuting in Scotland and the United Kingdom, as well as charting in several other European countries. The British Phonographic Industry also rated it as platinum (BPI). She appeared on "Tears" with Clean Bandit and a new version of the song "Over and Over Again" with Nathan Sykes at the Summertime Ball in June. She co-headlined the festival the following year and appeared as a guest performer in 2018.

In November 2016, Johnson released "So Good," her second solo album. The single attained a gold medal from BPI and ranked 13 in the United Kingdom. Johnson co-headlined both nights of London's O2 Arena in 2017 for the second year in a row. In March 2017, she recorded "Best Behaviour," her third album. It began at number 48 in the United Kingdom and was named silver by BPI. She appeared on Olly Murs' single "Unpredictable" in 2017, ranked 32 on the official UK singles chart and received a silver medal from BPI in 2017. Johnson's fourth album, "Yes," was released in March 2018, a joint effort with American rapper 2 Chainz, which debuted at number 65 in the United Kingdom.

Johnson revealed on social media that she had left Syco on July 13. The Ministry of Sound also revealed the debut of her latest album in early August. On August 10, 2018, the single "Between You & Me," a One Bit project, was released. She appeared on Mars Moniz' single "999" later this month. She worked with Sigma on the single "Here We Go Again" which debuted in the United Kingdom at number 98. She appeared on Kream and Eden Prince's single "Ain't Thinkin Bout You" and later in 2019 with Steve Void.

Johnson announced a partnership with fitness apparel brand USA Pro in January 2020. Following the announcement, she released "Like I Love Me" to promote the partnership. Johnson posed completely nude for the single's work of art, being photographed standing down in front of a plain background, with one leg raised towards her and the other one spread out.

"Always Be There" was her debut in September 2022 as a result of Jonas Blue's collaboration "Always Be There."


Vick Hope flashes her lingerie in an unbuttoned blouse and leather trousers as she attends the Intimissimi x Jennifer Lopez collection launch

www.dailymail.co.uk, October 20, 2023
Vick Hope and Leomie Anderson and Louisa Johnson were among the first to attend the unveiling of the Intimissimi x Jennifer Lopez collection in London on Wednesday. Under a white silk shirt, the radio presenter, 34, flashed a dramatic black bodysuit from the collection, which she wore unbuttoned. As she appeared alongside X-Factor winner Louisa and Victoria's Secret Model Leomie, the BBC presenter flaunted her toned legs in a pair of high-waist black leather trousers.

Louisa Johnson, a former X Factor star, enjoys the sun in a soaring black bra as she soaks up the sun during summer break in Ibiza

www.dailymail.co.uk, September 4, 2023
The former X Factor champion, 25, took to Instagram to show her stunning figure in the number, which she teamed with a low-rise leopard print skirt.

In a tumultuous swimming competition, Raye showcases her spectacular figure

www.dailymail.co.uk, April 12, 2023
Following the success of her debut album, Raye has flown off to the Maldives for a luxury holiday. The singer, 25, looked fantastic on Instagram to post a glimpse of her stay at The Standard, Huruvalhi Maldives. Raye's temperatures soared in a slew of swimwear shots, where the singerstress landed in a plunging one-piece on the beach.
Louisa Johnson Tweets and Instagram Photos
7 Aug 2022

We baaaack baby βš’

Posted by @louisa on

31 Jul 2022

Just livin singin lovin x πŸ’–πŸ’…πŸΌ

Posted by @louisa on

16 Jul 2022

Life lately ✨ Balance 🎡 ❀️ β˜€οΈ

Posted by @louisa on

1 Jul 2022

Stage ready ✨πŸ₯°βœ¨πŸ₯°βœ¨

Posted by @louisa on

26 Jun 2022


Posted by @louisa on