|Lucy Spraggan Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 1 in|
|Date of Birth||July 21, 1991|
Lucy Spraggan is an English singer and songwriter who rose to fame with her stint on The X Factor in 2012. She had to quit her journey on the show due to illness in 2012. Her discography includes albums, extended plays, and tracks such as I Hope You Don’t Mind Me Writing, We Are, Choices, Today Was a Good Day, Top Room at the Zoo, Join the Club, Home, Modern Day Frankenstein, Flowers, Tea and Toast, Roots, Stick the Kettle On (ft. Scouting for Girls), Sober, Unsinkable, Dear You, Bring It All Back, and Drink ‘Til We Go Home.
Lucy Honour Ruby Spraggan
Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Buxton, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
Spraggan attended the University of Derby in Buxton, Derby, England.
She also went to Buxton Community School and used to perform in front of around 2,000 students.
- Mother – Anstey Spraggan (Freelance journalist)
- Siblings – She has a brother and a sister
She has lived with her mom, siblings, and stepdad.
Her career has been managed by Tim Smith of Crown Talent Group.
Acoustic, folk, hip hop, folk-pop, indie pop
Columbia Records, Sony, CTRL Records, Cooking Vinyl
5 ft 1 in or 155 cm
68 kg or 150 pounds
Girlfriend / Spouse
Lucy Spraggan has dated –
- Teddy Edwardes (2014) – Lucy was photographed with glamour model Teddy Edwardes in March 2014 on a beach in the Mediterranean. They seemed to enjoy each other’s romantic company while kissing and spending quality time on the beach.
- Georgina Gordon (2016-2019) – She got married to Georgina Gordon on June 18, 2016, but they separated on November 12, 2019, after 3 years and 5 months of marriage.
Race / Ethnicity
She may be 38-32-40 in or 96.5-81-101 cm
Best Known For
Her appearance on The X Factor in 2012
She released her debut album Top Room at the Zoo on October 20, 2011, independently in the UK. It contains 11 singles, one of which is “Last Night.”
The album debuted at #22 in the UK, #19 in Scotland, and #72 in Ireland.
First TV Show
In 2012, she appeared as a contestant on the singing reality show The X Factor. She quit the show in the middle due to illness. As a result, she finished ninth.
Lucy Spraggan Facts
- Lucy uses she/her pronouns.
- Alex Turner has influenced her music career.
- In March 2013, she signed with Columbia Records.
- She used to name herself Max for several years and openly came as a lesbian at the age of 14.
- She describes her music as ‘A-Flop’, which is a combination of acoustic, folk, and hip hop.
- Spraggan sang the song “Last Night” at The X Factor 2012 auditions, which is from her debut album released in 2011.
- She is a trained firefighter.
- Lucy has worked in demolition. There, she broke her leg. She has also worked as a magician, as a plumber’s apprentice, and as a cave tour guide at the Poole’s Cavern.
- Her mother always wanted one of her children to be gay.
- As per Mirror, she fantasizes about Tulisa Contostavlos.
- On October 4, 2013, she released her 2nd studio album Join the Club and it included songs like Tea & Toast, 91, You’re Too Young, In a State, Lighthouse, Someone, and Paper Dreams. The album peaked at number #6 on the Scottish Albums (OCC) chart, at number #7 on the UK Albums (OCC) chart, and at number #14 on the Irish Albums (IRMA) chart.
- Her 5th studio album, Today Was a Good Day, was released on May 3, 2019, and it peaked at number #3 on the Scottish Albums (OCC) chart and at number #12 on the UK Albums (OCC) chart.