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Louisa Rose Allen Facts:
Louisa Rose Allen height: 5 feet & 3.5 inches
Weight: Not disclosed
Age: 25 years (April 29, 1989)



Earning a wide fame within a very young age, Louisa Rose Allen has established herself as one of the most notable British artist of the present world. She is a singer cum songwriter, who is identified among the audiences by her stage-name, “Foxes”, since 2011. However, the stunning artist in her 25 has a toned hour-glass figure in a middling height of 5 feet & 3.5 inches; there are several ups & downs in numbering her precise height over the internet. Her current body weight still to be divulged.



Born in the city of Southampton, in Hampshire, England, Louisa Rose Allen was raised by her single mother in the towns of St, Denys & Swaythling. As a child, she primarily studied at the St. Denyts Primary School. Afterwards, she completed her high school attending the Cantell School & later got enrolled to a community college in Eastleigh, named ‘Eastleigh College’.



Prior to rushing towards London, England at age 18, Louisa pondered over becoming a successful beauty therapist. Behind moving along with her brother & sister, she joined up the music theory classes but shortly dropped out. Since the age of 22, she began performing as “Foxes” in several venues throughout the London. She received her initial big break, following her featuring as the vocalist for “Clarity”, a track by Zedd, a renowned German producer. “Clarity” turned out as a smash hit, landing at No. 8 on the list of Billboard’s Hot 100. Lately in 2014, the track won Louisa & Zedd a prestigious Grammy Award. Following the launch of the solo “Beauty Queen” around the 2013 May, RCA Records re-launched Foxes’ solo “Youth” in that August, a remix Expanded Play (EP) was subjected that October synchronized to the track’s exploit in a high-profile Debenhams ad campaign. More recently, in the February of 2014, the flourishing artist liberated his debut collection “Glorious” behind the single enttled “Holding onto Heaven” (No. 14) & debuted at No. 5 on the Albums Chart of the United Kingdom. Later the May, BBC announced that she would cast in a single episode of “Doctor Who” 8th series, where Foxes executed “Don’t Stop Me Now” in the chapter “Mummy on the Orient Express”. An accomplished video of this act, containing clips from that episode & few more episodes from the 8th series, was freed in 2014 October on YouTube.



Foxes reveal her fascination to be more towards films rather than listening music, however she prefers listening to the pop music rather than any other. She further adds that she is highly influenced by movies than by music. Moreover, off the stage, she loves dancing, cuddling & of sure living alone fulfilling own dreams. Nevertheless, the dazzling beauty has enclosed about her sexual orientation to be bisexual, she is yet single. An adherent fan of ‘Robyn’ & ‘Drake’, Foxes had even shown her interest to work collaborate with these artists at any point of her career.