Talessa - I Found Love Video
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Talessa - I found Love video
The singer, who premiered new single 'Sight Of You' yesterday (19 October, 2012), discussed her love for the former Pussycat Doll and backstage tensions between her and the one-time Destiny's Child member.
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For me, this is where I lost touch with N-Dubz. I still loved them, but they started to make songs I didn't really love. I missed that raw rap that the group used to have, but I can't expect everything to stay the same I suppose.
The glow up from being on the block to going overseas in a private jet was absolute goals! It showed just how far N-Dubz had come, and it was inspirational to see their success reach above what anyone could've predicted. Despite this not being one of my favourites, I still love how they were giving us lavish and expensive.
When this song came out with Street Dance 3D, I was really into dancing, so you know I was there front row and centre! I loved the positive message behind the lyrics, and the mini N-Dubz were just the cutest, right? One of my favourites that bring back so many memories from my childhood.
Jody, who plays Lip Gallagher in the Channel 4 show, met Tulisa while playing her love interest in the video for her track 'Sight of You', and it wasn't long before the pair started to show the same chemistry in real life.
Tulisa thanked their fans by writing on her Instagram story that she wanted to: "say thank you to all the ndubz fans & supporters. The love and support after so long to be even stronger than it was before means everything to us."
There are many reasons to appreciate the now-defunct musical trio and spiritual entity known as N-Dubz: Their introduction of the phrase "Na na naaaaaiii" into popular lexicon; the way Dappy pushed wonky hats with strings and half-shaved chin patches out from the confines of NW1; Tulisa, and everything that comes out her mouth, including that time she called La Roux a twat and told Noisey about her deep love of ancient Sumerian tablets.
This epic in six verses about love, lies and financial struggle between two equally fiery human beings is among N-Dubz' more emotional moments. Once again, Dappy is pissed that a woman he has feelings for snogged someone else under a bridge. I don't know why this keeps happening to him or why he's always hanging around bridges by himself, but poor Dappy is so traumatised he appears of have put his durag on the wrong way before putting a snapback on top.
There are so many reasons to love "Wouldn't You": The bangra-style intro. Tulisa's very chill purple silk corset. The inexplicable reference to gardening in the video. But most importantly, this is the moment in Uncle B when Tulisa takes centre stage, delegating the boys to a couple of bars on the side while she delivers some choice words to a fuckboy who won't commit. "Wouldn't you, wouldn't you, like to have me to yourself?" she sings, over the most tender melody that N-Dubz have curated for us thus far. "Who would be dumb enough to lose all that I have got for you?" So much Tulisa. So much win.
"Love. Live. Life" has a title that sounds as if it was purpose built to be inked into someone's skin. It has a melody that makes you want to repeatedly and vigorously pump your fist into the air in total glee. Most importantly, though, it contains the following lyrics: "I love the dream, I love the mix / Beautiful people all dress up in labels / Sipping the finest, eats are gourmet / Glass in the air now, the round of champagne", which I think we can all agree are the most aspirational lyrics this side of Fergie's "Glamorous".
Singing hi-dee-hi-dee, singing hi-dee-ho This is for my love and I can't let go Hi-dee-hi-dee, singing hi-dee-ho This is for my love and I can't let go 'Cause I found love. Hi-dee-hi-dee, I found love. I found your love
Hi-dee-hi, hi-dee-ho. Your love is what I want to know Hi-dee-hi, hi-dee-ho What truth's from love that's what I know Took my time now come let's go First my friend but now my love Now I understand the meaning
I want love and you want love. That's the way we feel it Touch my lips when I touch yours I know you know the meaning You've got what I want. You've got what I need Let me be the one 'cause my heart is real You've got what I want. You know want what I need Rest into my arms and you .............
And I wonder wonder what is driving me wild This is for my love. We're flying high Wonder wonder what you're doing to me This is for my love. I'm finally free. 'Cause I found love. I'm finally free. 'Cause I found love. I found your love
"When you share an intimate moment with someone that you love, you care about and you trust, you never imagine for one minute that that footage may at any point be shared with the rest of the UK or the rest of the people around the world. "As you can imagine, it's a pretty tough time for me, but I don't feel that I should be the one to take the heat for it, or the stick. This was something that he (former boyfriend Justin Edwards) took upon himself to put online and he is now sitting in silence pretending that it's not him. "I'm not going to sit here and be violated or be taken advantage of by anyone." She added: "As much as this is nothing to do with me and it's not my fault and I do feel victimised, I apologise to anyone that this has offended. I know for a fact that it will never happen again." Tulisa shot to fame as a member of N-Dubz, a band formed with cousin Dappy and ex-boyfriend Fazer in 2000. Since 2011 she has been a judge on television talent show The X Factor and mentored last year's winning act Little Mix.