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Winner Of UK The Voice 2018, Ruti Oluajugbagbe Is Hoping To Be Different From Others

Upholding high standards drives a lot of people away from you but when they realize you stand out and are no like the rest, others follow in that line. The 18-year-old, Nigeria born, London-based Ruti Olajugbagbe who emerged as the winner of The Voice in April 2018 with her song, Dreams by The Cranberries is hoping to be different from other female artists that flashes flesh and body parts to sell music. The competition won her £100,000 prize, as well as a deal with Republic Records.

Ruti has a strong belief that many artists go wrong in trying to imitate the way their contemporaries dresses. “I love clothes and shoes especially” she says “I’m not going to let anyone force me to wear something I am not comfortable in, and if I’m not comfortable I won’t enjoy myself, and I really want to enjoy what I am going to be doing. I will be going out to red carpet events in jeans and a T-shirt, as that’s when I’m happy. No-one should be forced to do something they don’t want to.”

Ruti is currently a student at the Youth Creation Performing Arts School in Stanford-le-Hope, and lives with her mum, Dad and little brother, Femi. She is also a part-time caterer for a family friend.

Although she has met with critics who feel she might not uphold such standards when she is fully into the Entertainment Industry, others have praise her confident nature and morals.


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