Lulu peers through the Vauxhall Astra’s windscreen

Lulu is a Great British Legend

Lulu follows in the footsteps of fellow legends Harry Enfield and David Haye, who took part in the our first two installments of Vauxhall Astra’s ‘Great British Legends’ seriesinstalments, which profiles some of Britain’s best loved figures from the world of sport, comedy and entertainment.

 

As Lulu says from behind the wheel of a Vauxhall Astra, “My career has taken me on an incredible journey. I’ve been fortunate enough to have achieved as much as I have and joined some other legends along the way, and to have this acknowledged by Vauxhall feels very special.”

 

One in four Brits has either owned or driven a Vauxhall Astra at some point in their lives, and Vauxhall has decided to celebrate this, alongside some other British living legends.

 

Our films and podcasts include Lulu on her early years, Lulu on industry greats and Lulu on songwriting and sold-out shows.

Lulu drives GQ editor Dylan Jones in the Astra

Lulu on her early years

In this episode, Lulu discusses discovering her singing ability at an early age and her memories of growing up in the east end of Glasgow. She reminisces about beginning her career at the tender age of 14 and being offered vocal lessons by Frank Sinatra.

Lulu poses against a Glasgow city backdrop

Lulu on industry greats

Lulu talks about what it’s like to work with industry greats such as Aretha Franklin, what she thinks of her Bond theme tune, and working and partying with fellow legend David Bowie.

Lulu on songwriting and sold-out shows

Starting the video by singing the iconic opening to her hit Shout, Lulu chats about her marriage to the Bee Gees’ Maurice Gibb, collaborating with Take That and enjoying the latest stage in her career, performing to sold-out shows.