Joss Stone admits that until last year she had no plans to be a professional singer. “I didn’t do shows or anything when I was younger,” Stone told Tim Perlich of Now Toronto. “Like everybody, I just sang around the house. My friends and I would sometimes sing along to Whitney Houston and Anita Baker songs, but I never really took it seriously. I did one talent show called Star For A Night when I was 13 – that’s it. I wasn’t even very good – and oh my god, I had this big curly hair, how embarrassing – but I won doing the Donna Summer tune ‘On The Radio’. That’s how I got my management deal, which eventually led to my signing with Steve Greenberg’s S-Curve label.” Read more.