Pop • 33m
Ellie Goulding talks about the recent release of her fourth studio album, Brightest Blue. Following the conversation, Ellie performs a few songs from the critically acclaimed album. Ellie’s incredible career to date has seen her receive two GRAMMY Award nominations, a Golden Globe nomination, two BRIT Awards, sales of 18 million albums and over 140 million singles, and 23 billion streams worldwide. All three of her albums have been certified platinum in addition to her 19 RIAA certified singles. She also holds Billboard’s Hot 100 record for the most entries on the chart this century by a British female vocalist. A UN Environment Ambassador, Ellie is known as a dedicated advocate for environmental protection for our planet and champion of solutions to the climate crisis. She mixes this advocacy with her work to help end homelessness, supporting The Marylebone Project and fundraising for other nationwide charities working on the frontline of the homeless crisis.
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