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Bella Barlow

Birth Name

Bella Daisy Barlow


June 15, 1995 (age 18)


Pop, dance, electro


Singer, entertainer

Years active


Bella Barlow (born June 15, 1995) is a British recording artist. Born in Manchester, England and raised in Chester, England, she began singing from a very young age. Taught to sing by her father, singer Gary Barlow, lead singer of boyband Take That, she began recording songs at the age of 13. In 2010, Barlow publically announced she had been signed to Interscope Records and had begun recording her debut album. Her debut album Girl Gone Wild was released in 2011 worldwide at the age of just 16. Girl Gone Wild went on to become the sixth biggest selling album of 2011 and the best selling album of 2012 in the United Kingdom. The album went onto top the charts internationally, including in the United States, Canada, Australia, France, Germany and Japan amongst others. The album also spawned out international hits such as "Hung Up", "Girl Gone Wild", "Give Me All Your Luvin", "4 Minutes" and "Celebration". As of 2012, Girl Gone Wild has sold 17 million copies worldwide.

In 2013, Barlow released her second studio album entitled Break the Ice, which broke the world record of number one singles coming from one single album in the United Kingdom. The album was again an international chart topper, and went on to sell 9 million copies in the United States. International hit singles include "Hold It Against Me", "Womanizer", "Circus", "Till the World Ends", "Piece Of Me", "Gimme More", "Radar" and "I Wanna Go". As of 2012, Break the Ice has sold 18 million copies worldwide.

Barlow's third studio album, Electra Heart, was released in early 2015 to critical acclaim. All songs on this album were written by Barlow's brother, singer Charlie Barlow. It became the biggest selling album of 2015 in United Kingdom and has sold 2 million copies there alone. International hit singles include "Radioactive", "Primadonna", "How to Be a Heartbreaker", "Timebomb" and "Get Outta My Way". As of 2012, Electra Heart has sold 9 million copies worldwide.

In 2016, Barlow embarked on the Onyx World Tour, the first tour in her career. The tour visited all 7 continents, making 220 shows in total, 1.6 million tickets were sold, making the tour worth $260 million. Barlow performed her last show of the tour to an audience of 20,000 in London's O2 Arena on October 3, 2017. Meaning the tour spanned over a 20 month period.

1995-10: Early Life[]

2010-14: Girl Gone Wild and Break the Ice[]

2015-17: Electra Heart and The Onyx World Tour[]

2018-21: Take the Crown and Queen On the Run[]

2021: Confessions On a Dancefloor[]


Main article: Bella Barlow discography