Apparently things are heating up from a sometime thing to a buying her a house thing.

This foreign born one named singer/coke head/coke dealer is sleeping with the foreign born mogul/television judge to get some tracks. Apparently things are heating up from a sometime thing to a buying her a house thing.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

This foreign born one named singer/coke head/coke dealer is sleeping with the foreign born mogul/television judge to get some tracks.

Apparently things are heating up from a sometime thing to a buying her a house thing.

Tulisa

Simon Cowell

Tulisa puts on a colourful display with bright purple locks as she debuts her version of Scream & Shout at G-A-Y… a year after winning legal battle against Britney Spears and Will.i.am

She’s back on the music scene after three years away.

And Tulisa marked her anticipated comeback with a bang on Saturday night, wowing the crowd at top London nightspot G-A-Y with a 30 minute performance.

During her show-stopping set, the singer, 30, debuted her version of Britney Spears and Will.i.am’s single Scream and Shout, a year after suing the pair for being left out of the writing credits on the 2012 hit track.

The NDubz star helped penned the song under the title I Don’t Give A F**k for her album The Female Boss, and was not only eventually shut out of recording the track but learned that Scream & Shout had been credited to Will.i.am, Jef Martens and Jean Baptiste.

Brunette beauty Tulisa had maintained that she co-wrote the chart-topping song – which was released in November 2012 and went on to become Britney’s first UK number one in eight years – and had planned to feature it on her debut album.

A source told MailOnline last year: ‘Tulisa was annoyed when the song was taken from her and given to Britney – especially as she co-wrote it.

‘It was set to be one of the big songs on her debut album. She didn’t let it lie, and took it all the way to the courts and has now won. She just wanted to be recognised as the writer of one of the biggest pop tracks of the last decade.’ – Source