Poor British singer Leona Lewis. The 'Bleeding Love'
singer's latest attempt to conquer the charts failed big time. Digital Spy
reports that the singer released 'Lovebird' as the second cut from her latest
album Glassheart on 9 December, but the track didn't register on the UK's
official singles chart. The 200th track on the chart during that week sold 600
copies, meaning Lewis's latest cut sold less
than that, making it her
lowest-selling single ever. "This is a bitter pill to swallow for
Leona and there is no sugar-coating it," a source told The Mirror.
"The single was strong and should have done better but, unfortunately,
there was no real marketing force behind it." Don't worry Leona, there is