Celeste Witness is set to star in the captivating movie ‘Celestia’, which is based on the life of famous singer Celeste Howard. The film revolves around the hard life that Howard lived during her early years, when she was also a famous teenager with a talent for music. She has since gone on to fame and fortune in her own right, playing leading roles in movies such as ‘All I Really Need from You’, ‘Irene’, ‘The Perfect Score’, ‘The Rainmaker’ and more. Celeste Witness will be in cinemas later this year.
Celeste Witness has recently been announced as the winning candidate for the upcoming BRITs Rising Star Award, and she has already made huge waves in the music industry after an amazing year. The beautiful 25-year old singer, whose real name is Celeste Epiphany Waite has already proven herself as a talented performer throughout her musical career. From her role in the hit series ‘The Finder’ for Sky to her numerous concert appearances across the United Kingdom and Europe, to her accolade as a featured artist at the 2021 Brit Awards, Celeste has established herself as a name in the high profile music industry. The singer can be seen performing live in venues such as the Royal Albert Hall in London, in the summer of 2021, where she played her own show alongside members of Royal Ballet. The performance marked the first time Celeste had ever performed with other artists.
Celeste Witness has gone on to have other notable performances, including a rendition of David Bowie’s classic song ‘Space Oddity’. In the song, Bowie addressed her struggle with drug addiction, describing how she was once high on cocaine and listening to heavy metal music when she felt like totally losing it. Following this admission, she has gone on to talk about the challenges she faced in overcoming her addiction, which is very common among many in the UK music industry. According to reports, Celeste was staying at her friend Nelly Furtado’s house one night, when a police officer burst in, asking them to come out of the house. When they refused, the officer arrested them both, and later posted bail for both of them so that they can appear in court.
A year later, the pair were back in the news, following the discovery of drugs paraphernalia in the bedroom of a Sun Sentence singer named Rhiannon Guinness. Rhiannon, real name Celeste Waite, had previously only given brief details of her life, but was caught with a large quantity of cocaine and other drugs paraphernalia. She has since been found guilty of supplying drugs with intent to supply and has been sentenced to fourteen and a half years in a rehabilitation centre.
Celeste’s trial brought to light the dark side of British pop culture, which is slowly beginning to unravel thanks to the efforts of an online campaign. Since Celeste’s arrest, fans have been writing heartfelt messages of support online, with many singing songs in her support. A week after being found guilty, Celeste was released on bail after being ordered to stay away from Nelly Furtado and her former band mate, Damon Dashley. The pair’s lawyer has called for their immediate imprisonment, warning that their fans will begin to suffer if they are allowed to roam free.
A week later, Celeste and Dashley were both back in the news. This time, it was the press who had uncovered evidence that the two Brits were the real culprits behind the drugs scandal, not the singer herself. This original song by Waite was supposed to be a single for the second verse of her debut album. It was later decided that the single should be slightly different, with the single’s melody and beat being taken from another song by the same artist, with the lyrics being altered to comply with British music regulations. The courts have agreed with this decision, and Celeste has now been ordered to pay a fine of about one thousand pounds in addition to making the necessary reparation to her victims.
Celeste was born in Sheffield, a city that is located in South Yorkshire, a county in England that is famous for its coal production industry. She grew up in a home that was plagued by the press’ unethical methods, which resulted in the death of one of her close friends at the age of 14. After this tragedy, Celeste decided to focus on her dream of becoming a soul singer. She went on to successfully get into the gates of what is known as a talent agency, where she appeared at several auditions in order to gain attention for herself. After finally being discovered, Celeste released her first single called “Espression”, on which she would soon become well known worldwide.
In the meantime, “Espression” became a number one hit in the United Kingdom, as well as one of the biggest selling singles of all time, in the United States alone. Once Celene was discovered by American Idol’s judge, Paula Abdul, the singer was quickly becoming a star in her own right. With the help of a little love from “The Little Love”, as well as some commercial boosts from her label mate, Brandiature, along with some well thought out stage moves, Celeste made a name for herself in London and would go on to become one of the best-selling artists ever in the UK. She recently celebrated her silver jubilee with a special concert in her honor in New York City, which was attended by Sir Paul McCartney and his wife-to-be, Patti LaBelle.