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Biography – A Short Wiki
Scottish singer best known to American music fans for “The Man with the Golden Gun,” the song from the James Bond film of the same name. In 1969, she won the Eurovision Song Contest representing the U.K. with the song “Boom Bang-a-Bang.”
She got her start singing with the band Bellrocks as a teenager.
She competed on the BBC dancing competition Strictly Come Dancing in 2011.
Her full name is Lulu Kennedy-Cairns. She was married to Maurice Gibb from 1969 to 1973 and John Frieda from 1977 to 1991. She and Frieda have one son, Jordan.
Her 1967 hit “The Boat That I Row” was written by Neil Diamond.
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She openly admits her seemingly everlasting youthful looks are in part thanks to Botox. But as she nears 60, Lulu has stopped having the wrinkle-smoothing injections – because too much of it made her face “immovable”. The singer said: “I used to have Botox and I thought it was fantastic at first. But it quickly fades.
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Quotes by Lulu
“Boom Bang a Bang’ was a huge part of me, maybe a part that I didn’t relish, and there might be psychological reasons for that – I was a child being made to do things I didn’t want to do. I was perhaps an elitist, a bit of a snob.”
“I don’t want to be left in the past. When I stand next to Kylie, Beyonce or Rihanna, I don’t want to be a decrepit old lady.”
“My mother always told me to take pride in my appearance.”
“I feel I have been protected all my life. I am still here, for God’s sake, and a lot of my contemporaries have gone. I’m very fortunate. No matter the difficulties – and we all have difficulties – I am definitely one of the fortunate ones. If I have any really good characteristics, one is that I am resilient.”
“I didn’t like any British music before The Beatles. For me, it was all about black American music. But then I became a successful pop singer, even though the kind of music I liked was more elitist, which is what I’m trying to get back to.”