Keep Smiling

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Orion, 2007 - Singers - 312 pages
2 Reviews

Charlotte Church burst onto the music scene when she was only 12 years old. She went straight to the top of the charts with VOICE OF AN ANGEL and sang for the Pope, the US President and royalty across the world. She has released five classical albums, one pop album, hosted her own TV Chat show and received numerous accolades, yet we are still continually fascinated by this Welsh star.

Candid to the last, in her autobiography Charlotte reveals herself as never before. She talks of her life, career, family and loves and impending motherhood with surprising intimacy and, being true to her outspoken reputation, complete honesty.

Keeping her feet firmly on the ground, Charlotte Church is a genuine superstar of our times. She combines being a style icon and international diva with being a true family person who always makes sure she has supper with her nan every Tuesday night.

Including beautiful photographic spreads and candid snapshots from behind the scenes, the book will be unique in the market and offer an insight into the managing of true talent and the demands of modern celebrity.

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User Review  - Kelly Smeeton - Goodreads

Good book and you can definitely hear her voice in the writing, though it's written by a ghost writer. Does make you think about the press and how they spin things. She's had an interesting life! Read full review

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User Review  - Jo - Goodreads

I enjoyed this book, very easy to read and an interesting insight into her life. Read full review

About the author (2007)

With international record sales topping 10 million albums, Charlotte Church is the world's most successful classical crossover female artist. Born in Llandaff, Cardiff, on 21 February 1986, she became an international sensation with the release of her debut album, Voice Of An Angel, released when she was only 12. After four more classical crossover albums she recorded her first pop album, Tissues and Issues. She now hosts her own Channel Four programme, The Charlotte Church Show, and is expecting her first baby, with her partner Gavin Henson.

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