Charlotte Church

By Steve Johnson, Neil Simpson

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  • ISBN: 9781844541775
  • Publication Date: 30 Oct 2005
  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd
  • Imprint: John Blake Publishing Ltd

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Synopsis

Nobody knows Charlotte Church better than Steve Johnson. Wh exactly is the real Charlotte Church? Is she the 'voice of an angel' who found fame and earned millions before she was fifteen? Is she the 'hell's angel' who dominates the tabloids by falling out of bars and into taxis in the early hours? Or is there another private Charlotte Church that few people have ever been close enough to see? Model and musician Steve Johnson is the only man who really knows. He is the man Charlotte kissed on her 16th birthday at the start of a passionate love affair that spanned three continents and threatened to rip both their families apart. Steve was there when Charlotte first decided to ditch her 'voice of an angel' image. He was there when she started to smoke and drink in public to defy the media and her minders. He was there for the highs and the lows, the good times and the bad of her unique, extraordinary life. In this passionate autobiography, Steve reveals exactly how his love for Charlotte began. He explains how their shared love of music kept them together - and how external pressures led to their explosive, heart-breaking split. From the back streets of Cardiff to the concert halls of Las Vegas and the skyscrapers of Hong Kong, Charlotte and Steve's story is romantic, tragic and shocking. Told here for the first time it is a unique insight into the world of the modern celebrity - and into the very heart of Charlotte Church.

About the author

Steven Johnson was born in Cardiff in 1984 and began working as a DJ and model after leaving college. He was signed to London's Select Model Management at 18. He now scouts out new talent and is a music producer. Neil Simpson has been a journalist for 15 years. He has written for the Daily Mirror, Sunday Telegraph and the Mail on Sunday, Daily Star and for such magazines as Bella and Good Housekeeping. He lives in London.

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