Since bursting on the UK entertainment scene, the Belle Noir girls have notched up an enviable list of clients including Facebook and Google, have been flown around the world bringing their ‘WOW’ factor to private parties and weddings in dreamy destinations such as the Amalfi Coast, the Middle East and the French Riviera, as well as performing their revue show The Female of the Species for guests on board the legendary QE2 and Queen Mary.
The brain-child of drama school graduate Emily Jordan-Patrikios, the group was born out of a passion for film noir, the jazz age of the 20’s-30’s and the styling of icons like Audrey Hepburn and Dita Von Teese. Recruiting two other performers who shared a penchant for highly-stylised performances, Jasmine Gur and Sarah Goodwin were selected through a rigorous audition process and Belle Noir was cemented.
Their high-energy performances are backed by The Bass Tones, a group of London’s top session musicians who perfectly compliment the trio as they put their own spin on songs by legends such as Shirley Bassey and Stevie Wonder, as well as more contemporary artists like Beyonce and Bruno Mars.
In 2020 they took part in ITV’s The Voice UK, judged by superstars Tom Jones, Meghan Trainor, Olly Murs and will.i.am.