Back in 2009, Tulisa rose to fame in MOBO-winning hit band N Dubz alongside cousin Dappy and bandmate Fazer.Her stardom continued to rise as she was chosen for the X Factor judging panel in 20, becoming the first judge to win the groups section with Little Mix.
American Heritage's Book of English Usage propounds that, insofar as "a blonde" can be used to describe a woman but not a man who is merely said to possess blond(e) hair, the term is an example of a "sexist stereotype [whereby] women are primarily defined by their physical characteristics." The OED also records that blond as an adjective is especially used with reference to women, in which case it is likely to be spelt "blonde", citing three Victorian usages of the term.The masculine version is used in the plural, in "blonds of the European race", Another hair color word of French origin, brunet(te) (from the same Germanic root that gave "brown"), functions in the same way in orthodox English.But things started to go downhill when the songstress was accused of arranging for journalist Mazher Mahmood to be sold £800 of cocaine by one of her contacts following an elaborate sting for The Sun on Sunday in May 2013.However, the journalist, dubbed the 'Fake Sheikh', was last year sentenced to 15 months in jail for perverting the course of justice during her drugs trial in 2014, and the trial collapsed.This earlier use of "fair" survives in the proper name Fairfax, from Old English fæġer-feahs meaning "blond hair".
The French (and thus also the derived English) word "blond" has two possible origins.
But things are turning around for Tulisa, who has been spending most of her time in LA, where she is preparing for her musical comeback.
The singer was joined by host Maya Jama and Marvin Humes, the event is led by Stormzy, who picked up a whopping five nominations ahead of this year's ceremony.
And I also had a tiny bit of filler in my cheeks.'Pictures of me where my face swelling, I had water retention – where you have filler your face draws up loads of water.
So my face began to swell like a balloon.'In April 2016 she was then disqualified from driving for 15 months after admitting drink-driving when she crashed her Ferrari the previous year.
The OED gives "brunet" as meaning "dark-complexioned" or a "dark-complexioned person", citing a comparative usage of brunet and blond to Thomas Henry Huxley in saying, "The present contrast of blonds and brunets existed among them." "Blond" and "blonde" are also occasionally used to refer to objects that have a color reminiscent of fair hair.