Here at CelebMix, we love new music as much as you do, so we are delighted to share with you the premiere of ‘Lady Nice’ – the debut single and music video from Jill Marie Cooper.
Having starred in The Voice, Rip It Up and Strictly Come Dancing covering some classic hits, Jill is now ready to share her own “voice” with the release of her debut single ‘Lady Nice’.
‘Lady Nice’ is the result of Jill’s personal journey in the music industry and how she has stayed true to herself throughout all the ups and downs her career has thrown at her. Jill’s raw talent and the artistry she brings to her music is refreshing in today’s industry and she can only go from strength to strength. She pours her heart and soul into every word she sings, resulting in a catchy, empowering first single that shows off her incredible talent.
You can watch the music video for “Lady Nice” by Jill Marie Cooper below:
Jill attended Sylvia Young Theatre School and has since performed in venues including the Cafe De Paris, The O2 Academy Islington and Wembley Arena, alongside the likes of the legendary Nile Rogers and Jeff Beck.
Jill first came to the public’s attention with her appearance on the first episode of The Voice UK in 2012, where she nailed her performance of ‘Mamma Knows Best’ by Jessie J, earning herself a chair turn from all four coaches. Jill owned the stage during her performance and the video of her audition has since amassed over sixteen million views online.
She has also featured on the highly popular Strictly Come Dancing, first as a backing vocalist and more recently providing the vocals for eventual glitterball winners Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton’s street and commercial dance.
As well as this, Jill got to tour the country as the lead female singer on the 2017 nationwide tour of Rip It Up alongside former Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer Natalie Lowe and Strictly winners Jay McGuiness and Louis Smith. She returned a year later for the 2018 nationwide tour Rip It Up Through The ’60s and a subsequent sixteen-week run at the Garrick Theatre in London’s West End alongside Strictly winners Jay McGuinness, Louis Smith, Harry Judd and Aston Merrygold.