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Britt Love
British singer-songwriter

Britt Love

Britt Love
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Quick Facts

Intro British singer-songwriter
Is Singer Songwriter
From United States of America United Kingdom
Field Music
Gender female
Birth 24 February 1989, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, U.S.A.
Age 33 years
The details (from wikipedia)


Brittany "Britt" Love (born 24 February 1989) is an English singer, songwriter and former member of electropop duo Mini Viva along with Frankee Connolly, who released three singles before their split in 2010, including top 10 hit "Left My Heart in Tokyo". Since the band's split, Love has been working on her own solo career – she has released numerous songs available for free download via her Facebook page- was a featured artist on "You Don't Want to Dance With Me" by Monarchy, and auditioned for the ninth series of The X Factor in 2012.


2008–10: Mini Viva

Mini Viva were formed by Xenomania in 2008, when Frankee Connolly and Britt Love attended an audition held by a label called Select Music UK. Xenomania took the duo to their headquarters in Kent, and they spent a year working with the production team before their launch. They were signed to Universal Music Group in May 2009, after performing "Left My Heart in Tokyo" in the office of Universal chairman and CEO Lucian Grainge.

Mini Viva supported The Saturdays on their The Work Tour in 2009. The Guardian featured the duo as the "New Band of the Day" on 17 July 2009. They released their debut single, "Left My Heart in Tokyo", in September 2009. Produced by Xenomania, the song was named "the catchiest single of 2009" by NME magazine. It reached number seven on the UK Singles Chart, becoming the highest-charting single of the duo's career.

They have stated that they are inspired by Rihanna and Lady Gaga. Their second single, "I Wish", was released in December 2009 and peaked at number seventy-three on the UK Singles Chart, spending one week on the chart. In March 2010, Mini Viva debuted their interactive webcast reality show Viva Mini Viva. In one episode, they said that their debut album was to be released in late 2010 and confirmed the album's name was not "Colloquial Obsession", as was rumoured at the time. The third single "One Touch", released in May 2010, only managed to chart as high as number 124. During this period, they supported dance troupe Diversity on their UK tour. After the commercial failure of "One Touch", Viva Mini Viva ceased being uploaded.

It was reported in July 2010 that although the duo's future was unclear, they were still signed to Geffen Records. However, in November 2010, Mini Viva confirmed speculation that they were splitting up, explaining that "sometimes things just don't work out the way you would like them to".

2010–present: Solo career and The X Factor

Since 2010, Love has been working with production team Youth Kills, and has uploaded several demos to her Facebook, and released "Come With Me" as a free download single. Her first full release as a solo artist was as a featured artist on "You Don't Want to Dance With Me" by Monarchy in September 2011, who are signed to Mercury Music. Love auditioned for the ninth series of The X Factor in 2012, singing "You Know I'm No Good" by Amy Winehouse, and was successful into making it to bootcamp. At bootcamp, Love, Collagen Westwood, and Deirdre Lawlor performed "Use Somebody" by Kings of Leon, which was panned by the judges. Britt was successful in making it through to the next stage, while Westwood and Lawlor were eliminated. She was, however, not successful in making it through to the judges' houses.



As featured artist

Title Year
"You Don't Want to Dance With Me" (Monarchy feat. Britt Love) 2011

Promotional singles

Title Year
"Come With Me" 2012

Other recorded songs

  • "Can't Stop Loving You"
  • "It's Automatic (Do You Feel Me)"
  • "Losing the Faith"
  • "Love Is Automatic"
  • "Music Makes You Lose Control"
  • "Playing the Game"
  • "Running Away"


Year Title Role Notes
2010 Viva Mini Viva Herself Interactive online reality show.
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