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'I try to think that everyone wants to be a good person – but that's not always the case.'It's not the first time that Leona has suffered at the hands of the public.
A few months ago, she was shopping with her Guyanese-born father, Joe, in London's trendy when they were told to leave a shop because of their race.
I used to visit my mum's family in Wales a lot, which was the countryside.I used to love that because it was like a surreal world with animals, somewhere free, not small confined spaces.'I always wanted something different – something that wasn't the norm.She says her first stage was the back seat of her father's car, where she'd sing along to Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder. 'I'd go into my own little world where the colour was pink.Sometimes, even now, when I go on stage to sing, I go to some lost place. I love fantasy movies and writing short stories – getting lost in a different world.