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The British are hardly renowned for taking the Eurovision Song Contest seriously.
Jade is currently in the recording studio, working on new solo material.
Away from the entertainment business, Jade is a patron of the charity 'Young Carers' - a subject close to her heart as both her parents are registered blind.
Jade Ewen made up one-third of the multi-million selling pop group Sugababes.
The BRIT Award-winning girl group sold in excess of 15 million records, allowing Jade to tour extensively around the world and work with Ne-Yo, Bruno Mars, Cee Lo Green, Stargate, Ryan Tedder and Red One, to name a few.
Former Sugababe Jade Ewen has had one of her childhood wishes granted as she takes on the part of sassy Princess Jasmine in the screen-to-stage adaptation of the Disney classic Aladdin at Prince Edward Theatre in London. The 1992 animation was formative stuff for Ewen, who still remembers the first time she watched Jasmine on her television screen. “I love the songs, I love the magic and I love Jasmine. Before that, Ewen, who replaced Keisha Buchanan in Sugababes in September 2009 before the group officially split in 2011, actually started her performance career in West End’s The Lion King where she played a young Nala.
“But Andrew and I are trying to turn things around.
We’ve been to 20 European countries promoting our song, which has never been done before.
She adds: “Coming back to the West End is nice, it’s like a homecoming.” Ewen grew up in Plaistow, east London, with her two siblings and her parents who both suffer from severe disabilities.
Her father, Trevor is blind and partially deaf and her mother, Carol, is partially blind.
Some manage to sleep their way to success, some have morals," Jade tweeted. Meanwhile, Rita has revealed details of her role in 'Fast & Furious 6', which she reportedly snagged from Rihanna last year.