I’m so happy to be part of @EllaHenderson new music video. Her latest song is stunning and the words resonate with me so much. Go and listen to ‘Glorious’ out now! (My first ever music video be nice haha) pic.twitter.com/sKq7HomjW1
— Malin Andersson (@MissMalinSara) September 13, 2019
Glorious sees Ella sing about accepting flaws, and includes people of all genders revealing their own personal believed flaws such as scars, stretch marks and wrinkly skin.
Malin tweeted a first look at her appearance, sharing with fans: ‘I’m so happy to be part of @EllaHenderson new music video.
‘Her latest song is stunning and the words resonate with me so much. Go and listen to ‘Glorious’ out now! (My first-ever music video be nice haha).’
Malin had a devastating few years after tragically losing both her parents to cancer, with mum Consy dying in 2017.
She was forced to deal with grief once more when her baby daughter, Consy – named after her late mum – sadly died at the beginning of 2019, just a month after she was born seven-weeks premature.
‘When you suffer stuff or loss. If you let it kind of define who you are, it will eat you up. So it’s best to let it make you a better person,’ she told www8.sale-north-face.org.
She has since become a vocal advocate for body positivity in the public eye, showing off her ‘real self’ – complete with stretch marks and cellulite – on social media, when others share airbrushed glimpses of their lives.
Ella, 23, shot to fame on the X Factor six years ago during the same run as James Arthur, but with long delays on her album she was then axed by Syco.
Ella released her debut album in 2014 and it shot to number one, but work on her second album had been ‘stop-start’ until she signed a record deal with Asylum Records’ imprint Major Toms – operated by the British group Rudimental – and confirmed to fans that she was working on new material.
She will release an EP, also called Glorious, on 8 November 2019.