Louise Griffiths

Louise Griffiths Brief Biography

Louise Griffiths, (born 31 July, 1978 in Hertfordshire, England), is a female pop singer and songwriter. She is the daughter of a London taxicab driver, and she also plays the saxophone. She first became famous as a contestant in the BBC television series, Fame Academy 2 in 2003, when it was revealed that she was the live-in girlfriend of British Formula 1 racing driver, Jenson Button.

Musical career

Before appearing on Fame Academy, Griffiths was a member of an all girl band, Orchid, who originally recorded the hit song Sound of the Underground in 2001. Their single was never released, but the song was later re-recorded by Louis Walsh's pop band Girls Aloud using Orchid's original backing tracks and backing vocals, for which they were never credited. The song became a #1 hit for Girls Aloud in 2002. Shortly after this Orchid split up.

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