1, went platinum, and the follow-ups Beautifully Human: Words and Sounds Vol. In 2014, she starred in the film Get On Up as the second wife of James Brown. She made her cinematic debut in the films Hounddog and Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married? After a four-year hiatus from music, Scott released her fourth album, The Light of the Sun, in 2011.She was named in coach Hope Powell's squad for the 2009 UEFA Women's European Championships, scoring a late winner as England beat the Netherlands in the semi-final, having come on as a substitute for Jessica Clarke at the beginning of extra-time.
She also sported white clips in her hair, which she wore up, and a long veil. Arrangements of white and pink roses adorned tables at the wedding."This wedding made my summer! "I've known Mike for almost 20 years, but dude could have alluded to the fact that he was marrying Jill Scott(lol)! "He then says, 'Mars you call Kane to work it out.' So im gassed because I'm on the phone strategizing with arguably one of the best rappers period (top 5 of anyone's list)! No one knew but me and the husband knew he was about to perform.
Dude walks in and they didn't even recognize him until he starts rapping. #jillscott #mikedobson #bigdaddykane #djmarsapproved."Chance the Rapper tweeted his congratulations."Congratulations Miss Scott, you're inspiration in more ways than one," he wrote.
After completing her diploma, both Scott and Telford enrolled at Loughborough University to study sport.
Scott began her senior career with Sunderland Women.
Questlove invited her to join the band in the studio.
The collaboration resulted in a co-writing credit for Scott on the song, "You Got Me".
They broke up in 2009 after about two years together.
Jill Louise Scott (born 2 February 1987) is an English footballer who plays as a midfielder for Manchester City and the England national team.
In October 2005, aged only 18 years, she won the Women's Player of the Month award for September, based on her performances for both her and club and also her country (at under-19 level).
She made the squad for the 2007 World Cup, coming on as a substitute in England's opening match against Japan.
She planned to become a high school English teacher.