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Henderson performing in July 2014
Background information
Birth nameGabriella Michelle Henderson
Born (1996-01-12) 12 January 1996 (age 25)
Tetney, Lincolnshire, England
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Singer
  • songwriter
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • piano
Years active2012–present
Labels
Website ellahenderson.co.uk

Gabriella Michelle Isabella Adele "Ella" Henderson (born 12 January 1996) is an English singer and songwriter. She competed in the ninth series of The X Factor UK in 2012, and finished in sixth place despite being a strong favourite to win. She signed with Syco Music shortly after, and released her debut studio album, Chapter One (2014), which reached number one in the UK. The album spawned the chart-topping single "Ghost", as well as the top 20 singles "Glow" and "Yours". Henderson subsequently recorded successful collaborations: "Glitterball" with Sigma, "Here for You" with Kygo (both 2015), "This Is Real" with Jax Jones, "We Got Love" with Sigala (both in 2019), and "Let's Go Home Together" with Tom Grennan (2021), three of which reached the top 10 in the UK.

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Early life

Gabriella Michelle Henderson was born and raised in Tetney, Lincolnshire on 12 January 1996, [1] [2] to a Scottish father, Sean, and an English mother of Swedish ancestry, Michelle. She has two brothers named Patrick and Fraser, and a sister named Holly. [3]

Henderson began singing around the age of three and taught herself to play the piano a few years later. She began to put on shows for her family at Christmas and developed a special bond with her grandfather Bill, who encouraged her to pursue her love of music and songwriting. [4] Her interest developed further at primary school, Humberston C of E Primary School in Grimsby, and she subsequently decided to audition for a scholarship place at Tring Park School for the Performing Arts in Hertfordshire. [2]

Henderson succeeded in gaining a scholarship and boarded at the school from the age of 11 to 16. She attended the school at the same time as Dan Ferrari-Lane of boyband District3, who was on The X Factor with Henderson in 2012. [5] In early 2012, Henderson made a singing appearance on a celebrity Christmas special of Channel 4's Come Dine with Me , where she performed "All I Want for Christmas Is You". [6]

Career

2012: The X Factor

In 2012, Henderson auditioned for series nine of The X Factor with the original song called "Missed", which was later included on her debut studio album. She reached the live shows and was mentored by Tulisa. Henderson and James Arthur were controversially in the bottom two in week seven and sang for survival. Tulisa and Louis Walsh voted to send Henderson through to the quarter-final and Nicole Scherzinger and Gary Barlow voted to send Arthur through to the quarter-final. The result went to deadlock and Arthur advanced to the quarter-final receiving 13.7% of the vote and Henderson received 12.1%. [7] She consequently finished in sixth place, despite being a strong favourite to win. [8] Presenter Dermot O'Leary described Henderson's exit as "one of the biggest shocks we've ever had on the results show." [9]

During the show and following her exit, a number of celebrities came out in support and praise of Henderson, including Adele, Chloë Grace Moretz, Simon Cowell, Sarah Millican, Stephen Fry, Lily Allen, Nick Grimshaw and Cher. [10] [11] In 2013, on The Xtra Factor , O'Leary named Henderson the most talented performer in his seven years on the show, in his view. [12]

2012–2015: Chapter One

Henderson performing during the X Factor UK Live tour of 2013. Ella Henderson 2013.jpg
Henderson performing during the X Factor UK Live tour of 2013.

In December 2012, Henderson made an appearance on Ireland's RTÉ The Saturday Night Show , singing "Silent Night". [15] While being interviewed on the show, she revealed that she had signed a record deal with Sony Music Entertainment. [16] She also performed "Last Christmas" and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" on the Myleene Klass Heart FM show that month. [17] In January 2013, Henderson confirmed she had signed to Simon Cowell's record label Syco Music. [18] During January and February 2013, she took part in The X Factor live tour, where she sang four songs: her X Factor audition song "Missed", "Believe", "Rule the World" and "You Got the Love". She also performed "Believe" at the 18th National Television Awards in January, [19] and appeared as a special guest at the Capital Summertime Ball in June, where she performed a duet of "Beneath Your Beautiful" with Labrinth. [20]

Henderson's debut single, "Ghost", co-written with Ryan Tedder, was released on 8 June 2014. [21] [22] It debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart, [2] and remained in the top five of the chart for eight consecutive weeks. [23] It has subsequently been certified platinum for sales in Australia, [24] New Zealand, [25] the United Kingdom, [26] and the United States. [27] The song later ranked at number 84 on the Official Charts Company list of the 100 biggest songs of the 2010s in the UK. [28] Its follow-up, "Glow", was released on 5 October 2014 and charted at number seven in the UK. [29] [30] Henderson's debut studio album, Chapter One , was released on 13 October 2014. [29] [31] It was written by Henderson in collaboration with a number of writers and producers including Claude Kelly, Salaam Remi, Babyface and TMS. [32] The album peaked at number one on the UK Albums Chart, and was the 19th and 31st best-selling album in the UK in 2014 and 2015, respectively. [33] [34] It was certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). [35] The album also charted in the top 20 in Australia, Austria, Denmark, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, and the United States. [36] Its third and fourth singles, "Yours" and "Mirror Man", were released on 30 November 2014 and 9 March 2015, respectively. [37] The former charted at number 16 in the UK. [30]

Henderson performed as the supporting act for Take That on their 38 date Take That Live 2015 UK tour, [38] while embarking on her debut headlining UK tour in October and November 2015. [39] [40] That July, she featured on drum and bass duo Sigma's single "Glitterball", which peaked at number four in the UK. [30] Henderson also featured on Norwegian record producer and DJ Kygo's song "Here for You", which was released on 4 September. [41] The collaboration achieved global-wide chart success peaking within the top 20 in the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. [30] [42]

2016–2019: Asylum Records and Glorious

In November 2016, Henderson announced that she had finished recording her second studio album, having worked with Danny O'Donoghue from The Script and producer Max Martin. In April 2017, it was announced that she would be supporting James Arthur on his Back from the Edge Tour. In June, she featured along with other artists, including fellow X Factor artists Leona Lewis, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne, James Arthur, Louisa Johnson and Matt Terry on a cover version of Simon & Garfunkel's song "Bridge over Troubled Water", which was recorded to raise money for those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire in London earlier that month. The single reached number one in the UK after only two days sales. Later that year, it was announced that Arthur had recorded a duet with Henderson, reportedly set to be included on her second studio album. While supporting him on his tour, she performed new songs that were set to be included on the record: "Ugly", "Cry Like a Woman", "Bones", "Solid Gold" and "Let's Go Home Together", her duet with Arthur.

In February 2018, it was announced that Henderson and Syco Music had parted ways. In a statement, a Syco representative stated: "Syco and Ella Henderson are parting company. We wish Ella all the best for the future and thank her for her hugely successful contribution over the years." [43] In May 2018, Henderson confirmed that she had completed work on her second studio album. Later that year, she signed a record deal with Asylum Records' imprint Major Toms operated by the British group Rudimental, and was working on new material with them, presumably meaning that the previously confirmed album was scrapped. She also supported Rudimental on their European tour that year. [44] [45] Regarding the scrapped material, Henderson later told i : "I did write an album – well, I say an album, I wrote a body of work. But I was so lost in terms of who I was as a person that I wasn't ready to release it. I knew that if I didn't know what was going on, my fans wouldn't either." [46]

On 13 September 2019, Henderson released "Glorious" as the lead single from her EP of the same name, which was released on 8 November. [47] Its second single, "Young", was released on 11 October. Henderson also featured on Jax Jones' song "This Is Real", from his debut album Snacks (Supersize) , which was released as a single on 11 October, [48] and on Sigala's single "We Got Love", which was released on 1 November. Both tracks charted in the UK, peaking at numbers 9 and 42, respectively. [30]

2020–present: Upcoming second studio album

Henderson featured on Dutch DJ Sam Feldt's song "Hold Me Close" released on 27 March 2020. [49] She followed it with the single "Take Care of You" on 12 June, [50] which reached number 50 in the UK. [30] In July, she provided uncredited vocals for a UK top five single she had co-written titled "Lighter" by British DJ and producer Nathan Dawe, featuring British YouTuber and rapper KSI. [51] [52] Henderson released the single "Dream On Me" with Roger Sanchez on 2 October 2020, [53] and a Christmas song "Blame It on the Mistletoe" with AJ Mitchell on 4 December. [54]

On 19 February 2021, she released her collaboration with Tom Grennan titled "Let's Go Home Together", which debuted at number 28 in the UK and peaked at 10 becoming Henderson's fifth UK top 10 single. [30] [46] The song was originally a duet between Henderson and James Arthur, and they performed it together live on Arthur's 2017 arena tour, but due to a scheduling conflict Henderson recorded its single version with Grennan instead. [55]

Personal life

In 2020, Henderson announced that she was dating British swimmer, Jack Burnell, whom she met at the beginning of the year. [56]

Discography

Tours

Headlining

Supporting

Awards and nominations

YearOrganisationAwardResult
2014 BBC Music Awards Song of the Year: "Ghost"Nominated [57]
Radio 1 Teen AwardsBest British Solo ArtistNominated [58]
Best British BreakthroughNominated [58]
Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year AwardUK Music ArtistWon [59]
Attitude AwardsBest Breakthrough ArtistWon [60]
Digital Spy AwardsSingle of the Year: "Ghost"Won [61]
2015 The BRIT Awards Best British Female Solo ArtistNominated [62]
Best British Single: "Ghost"Nominated [62]
VH1 VH1 Artist of the YearNominated [63]

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Notes

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