Elouise is a 27-year-old English diva with a penchant for sequins, big gowns, even bigger ballads and camp cover versions.

With a little help from Kylie’s long-time collaborator Steve Anderson, who wrote Confide In Me for the pop icon (among many other classic hits) and is the musical director of her Aphrodite Les Folies world tour, the rising star has single-handedly revived the torch song.

After releasing a couple of EPs, Elouise is preparing to release an album of covers based on the music she performs in Little Belter, her monthly residential at Madame Jojo’s in London.

The show celebrates icons like Judy Garland, Shirley Bassey, Barbra Streisand and Dusty Springfield – making it, quite possibly, the gayest production on earth!

A classy rendition of Tainted Love has been released as the first single from the album and it’s a dramatic affair with a big band, swing sound.

Steve Anderson’s production is flawless and Elouise shows off those powerful pipes.

The initial reaction to Tainted Love has been amazing with the song swiftly becoming the most requested on OutQ – the largest gay radio network in the world.

Check out the song (below) to see what all the fuss is about and sign up to the diva’s Mailing List to get a free mp3 of her version of Lady Gaga’s Born This Way.

Tainted Love is available to download from iTunes now.

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