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UK R&B singer Emeli Sande marries boyfriend
NEW YORK (AP) - U.K. singer Emeli Sande has married boyfriend Adam Gouragine.
Sande’s U.S. representative confirmed that the R&B singer tied the knot with her longtime beau. No details were provided.
The 25-year-old released her debut, “Our Versions of Events,” in July. She collaborated with Alicia Keys on the album and has written for Keys’ upcoming release. She’s also written songs for Susan Boyle, Cheryl Cole and Tinie Tempah.
Sande won critics’ choice at this year’s Brit Awards and recently toured with Coldplay in the United States and Europe.
Sande was raised in Scotland. Her parents are from England and South Africa. She completed four years of medical school before signing a music publishing deal in 2010.
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