Louisa Johnson got so happy at hearing her new single that she jumped on a boardroom table and stripped off.
The X Factor winner has released a string of hits, including So Good and Unpredictable with pal Olly Murs, but her latest offering, Yes, is the one she’s happiest about.
Speaking about the first moment she heard the single, featuring 2 Chainz, the 20-year-old confessed she completely lost control.
‘When this single was first played to me in the middle of the afternoon in the boardroom at my record company, I was so happy I just went mental,’ she explained.
‘I ripped all my clothes off, stripped down to my underwear then jumped on the boardroom table and started strutting my stuff,’ she explained.
‘I was literally doing every Rihanna move I’d learnt since I was a six-year-old kid in my living room in Essex, and there I was on a table in front of all these record company executives in my bra and knickers. And I actually never felt more liberated.’
Well the song is a complete banger, so we can see why.
‘It’s like I was saying to them: “Yes, this is me. This is finally all me. You’re seeing the real me,”‘ she told Fabulous magazine.
But, while Rita Ora’s pal left board members shocked, one person who wasn’t there to witness her antics was Simon Cowell.
Discussing The X Factor judge’s reaction, she joked: ‘No, he missed that meeting. But he heard about it and thought it was hysterical.’
Louisa split from boyfriend Daniel Elliott last year, but since their breakup has been linked to a host of other famous faces.
She was recently forced to speak out over rumours she was seeing Olly Murs, admitting the pair were just good friends.
Speaking exclusively to Metro.co.uk, she explained: ‘There’s absolutely nothing going on with Olly.
‘It’s strictly platonic. I do not fancy him, not even a teeny bit.
‘He doesn’t do it for me. We are like brother and sister – we have never even kissed.’
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