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It’s been a while since a female voice has taken the UK comedy scene by storm, but 20-year-old Miss London is about to change all of that.  Despite being on the circuit for under a year, the south London comic has already amassed a huge following in celebrity circles and secured a loyal fan base around the UK, which grows bigger by the second.  Miss London nurtured a love for entertainment from childhood spending every spare moment outside of school at an east London dance studio working on new routines with dance crew, Visions. When her family moved to Brighton from London when she was 12, the trained street dancer didn’t put her love for dancing on the back burner, but instead became one of the founding members of Brighton’s first ever hip-hop dance crews, Funk Stars.


Often singled out as the natural comedian within her group of school friends, it wasn’t long before Miss London took her natural flair in comedy to the stage.


The south London teenager began writing plays for talent shows at her college and was taken aback at the rapturous laughter and reception her material received. It was at this point that she realised her true calling in entertainment.


When she moved back to London to study television, media and cultural studies at university, she was adamant that she would begin etching out a career in comedy.


When a friend asked her to perform a dance routine at her university’s annual talent show, Miss London saw this as a prime opportunity to trial her one-man comedic skills in front of a captive audience, and asked her friend if it was possible for her to combine the two art forms within her set. Although, confused at such a request, her friend agreed to let Miss London try her hand at comedy on the premise that having her perform one of her famed dance routines was better than her doing nothing at all.


Not many people would invite seasoned professionals within the field to their first show, but Miss London threw all caution to the wind and invited comedians, Jamie Howard and Little Man to her debut.


“I was performing in front of a sea of people I had never met before and two comedians I love and respect” she recalls.


“If I flopped, I would’ve flopped hard because it would have been very public” she says.


Miss London was an instant hit with the teenage crowd and her two special guests who each told her she was destined for greatness within the comedy circuit. She landed her first paid gig the following weekend at the popular night, The Sunday Show. Subsequent to her performance on stage at the Sunday Show, which has been graced by the likes of fellow comedians, Richard Blackwood and Kat B, the demand for the multi-faceted star, who also has modelling and

presenting credits to her name, has been great.


The former TGI Friday’s waitress, who was sacked prior to her life-changing performance at her university, says she has the American fast-food chain to thank for her career in comedy.


“TGI’s enabled me to go into comedy because if I hadn’t got the sack, I would have had to work on the weekend I was scheduled to debut at the Sunday Show. Basically if it hadn’t been for them giving me the sack, I wouldn’t have gotten into comedy” she said.


She also credits moving to London as an integral part to her success, acknowledging that things might not has happened so quickly for her if she had remained in Brighton with her mum and dad who run a hotel at the popular seaside resort.


“London opened a lot of doors for me. Everything I dreamed of doing in Brighton, I’ve done in London.” She said.


Sky is definitely the limit for this young talent who continues to leave an indelible mark in the minds of those who have had the pleasure of seeing her perform.


Stand up comedian Miss London is know as the princess of UK urban Stand up comedy. Cheeky and confident with many good stories to tell.