Natalia Kills and Willy Moon‘s names may be everywhere right now due to their very public fall from grace after verbally attacking an X Factor New Zealand contestant live on air – but who exactly are they?
Let’s start with Natalia ‘you’ve stolen my husband’s intellectual copyright by wearing a suit’ Kills shall we?
Kills was born in Bradford and her real name is Natalia Noemi Cappuccini-Sinclair.
In 2008 she was signed by will.i.am’s label Music Group, releasing her debut album ‘Perfectionist’ in 2011 and her follow up record ‘Trouble’ in 2013.
While Perfectionist charted at number 129 in the UK, Trouble failed to crack the Top 200.
Natalia also wrote an impressive eight tracks on Madonna’s latest record ‘Rebel Heart’.
She also has quite the glittering CV when it comes to acting, starring in Coronation Street, Doctors, The Archers, Casualty, and Caroline Quentin detective drama, Blue Murder.
The Doctors star’s upbringing wasn’t exactly conventional, leaving home at 14.
She said in an interview: “The minute I moved out when I was 14 and I ran away from home, I decided I could be whoever I wanted to be, and that I could be myself and I didn’t want to be an actress anymore.
“My teenage years were spent trying to survive in London on my own and rebelling against the abnormality.
“I tried to grow up too fast and create some stability, but I always got it wrong. I had left home, gotten in a horrible relationship, quit my job, run away to paris, joined a cult, signed a bad record deal, been taken away in the back of police cars, tried to burn my house down and dreamed of ending it all. And I hadn’t even turned 18!”
She wed her husband Willy Moon in 2014.
People didn’t always snigger at the sound of Willy Moon’s name as he was originally called William George Sinclair.
Willy is from New Zealand and is best known for selling iPods.
His song ‘Yeah Yeah’ was used in 2012 on an advert for the iPod touch which charted over here at number 26.
He is also the original wearer of suits.
In his native country, Moon’s debut album ‘Here’s Willy Moon’ charted at number three.
Quite the ladies man, Moon was accused of calling a woman a ‘c***’ twice during a traffic dispute. He since refused to apologise, refuting the claims.
And that’s about it, folks!
[Natalia Kills and Willy Moon FIRED from X Factor New Zealand following verbal attack]