Lolly (singer)

Lolly (singer)

Infobox musical artist
Name = Lolly

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Background = solo_singer
Birth_name = Anna Kumble
Alias = Lolly
Born = Birth date and age|1978|6|27
Sutton Coldfield, England
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Instrument = Singing
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Genre = Pop
Occupation = Musician, TV presenter
Years_active = 1999 - 2000, 2008 - Present
Label = Polydor
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Lolly (born Anna Kumble, 27 June 1978, Sutton Coldfield) is a British pop star.


Lolly attended The Shrubbery School, Highclare School and Plantsbrook School, in Sutton Coldfield. Lolly arrived on the British pop music scene in 1999 with the release of her first single, "Viva La Radio". She released five singles and two albums over her two year career in music. After quitting her record label Polydor, Lolly reverted to her real name and began TV presenting, working for the BBC on programmes such as Xchange. She now works for Nickelodeon. Kumble also acts as a stand in for presenter Anna Williamson some Saturday and Sunday mornings on kids show Toonattik on CITV.

In 2006 Kumble starred in the pantomime Dick Whittington at The Playhouse in Weston-super-Mare.

In March 2008, she was scheduled to sing 'My Fake Leg' in Belfast.

Anna recently revealed she is in the process of negotiating a new record deal and hopes to release a new single by the end of the year.

On her myspace it says she's recording in a studio, and has asked her fans what they want to see her recording. There have been 2 tracks added; however, she is not the one singing. The tracks were written by Mike, who has picked her up.

She has a small gig scheduled at the University of York, on 16th October 2008.


Anna was born to Dr. Jaiker Kumble and Barbara in Sutton Coldfield. She has a brother Paul and a sister Jodie.



*"Viva La Radio" (UK Number 6) - (1999)
*"Mickey" (UK Number 4) - (1999)
*"Big Boys Don't Cry" / "Rockin' Robin" (UK Number 10) - (1999)
*"Per Sempre Amore" (UK Number 11) - (2000)
*"Girls Just Want to Have Fun" (UK Number 14) - (2000)


* "My First Album" (UK Number 21) - (1999)
* "Pick 'n' Mix" (UK Number 80) - (2000)
* "Lolly Gold" (new album) - (2008)

External links

* [ Lolly - Fansite]
* [ Planet Anna Kumble - Lolly/Anna Fansite]
* [ Lolly at Bubblegum Dancer]

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