In the '80s, Scottish singer Sheena Easton became famous with hits like "Morning Train," " For Your Eyes Only," "Strut" and "Sugar Walls." Guess what she looks like now! READ MORE >
Sheena Easton (born Sheena Shirley Orr; 27 April 1959) is a Scottish recording artist. Easton became famous for being the focus of an episode in the British television program The Big Time, which recorded her attempts to gain a record contract and her eventual signing with EMI Records. Easton rose to fame in the early 1980s with the pop hits "9 to 5" — known as "Morning Train" in the United States — and "For Your Eyes Only", "Strut", "Sugar Walls", "U Got the Look" with Prince, and "The Lover in Me". She went on to become successful in the United States and Japan, working with prominent vocalists and producers, such as Prince, Kenny Rogers, Luis Miguel, L.A. Reid and Babyface, and Nile Rodgers. Easton was born in the Scottish town of Bellshill. She was the youngest of six children to a steel mill labourer, Alex Orr, and his wife Annie. Her siblings were brothers Robert and Alex and sisters Marilyn, Annessa and Morag. Her earliest known public performance as a singer was at the age of five when, in 1964, she sang "Early One Morning" for her uncle and aunt and various relatives at the couple's 25th wedding anniversary celebration. Easton's father died in 1969 and her mother had to support her family.