Tulisa talks about winning THAT lawsuit against will.i.am and Britney Spears... as Loose Women viewers praise her ‘intelligent' demeanour

It's been two months since Tulisa won a legal battle against Britney Spears and will.i.am for being left off writing credits on hit track Scream & Shout.

And the 29-year-old said there's 'no bad blood' since the ruling as 'everyone is a winner' in the end. 

Her words prompted viewers to take to social media to praise her 'intelligent' demeanour as she spoke about fighting for what she deserved.  

Something to say: Tulisa spoke to Loose Women on Monday about winning THAT lawsuit against will.i.am and Britney Spears... as viewers praised her ‘intelligent' demeanour

Something to say: Tulisa spoke to Loose Women on Monday about winning THAT lawsuit against will.i.am and Britney Spears... as viewers praised her ‘intelligent' demeanour

Chart-topper: The star insisted that she'd penned the track, originally titled I Don't Give A F**k, for her debut album. Britney and will.i.am went on to top the charts with the track

Chart-topper: The star insisted that she'd penned the track, originally titled I Don't Give A F**k, for her debut album. Britney and will.i.am went on to top the charts with the track

Talking to Loose Women on Monday, the former N-Dubz singer said: 'I don’t feel bad blood about it. 

At the end of the day it’s not a move I would have done. But look at the success that he’s got out of it and off the back, I can’t complain, I’ve got a Number One hit in loads of countries around the world, so everyone won.  

'It’s a shame it had to go that way, but chicken dinner, everyone’s a winner.' 

Tulisa had maintained she co-wrote the chart-topping song - which was released in November 2012 and went on to become Britney's first UK number one in eight years - and had planned to feature it on her debut album.

The former N-Dubz singer said of the lawsuit: 'I don’t feel bad blood about it. At the end of the day it’s not a move I would have done'
Adding: 'But look at the success that he’s got out of it and off the back, I can’t complain, I’ve got a Number One hit in loads of countries around the world, so everyone won'

The former N-Dubz singer said of the lawsuit: 'I don’t feel bad blood about it. At the end of the day it’s not a move I would have done'

She said: 'It’s a shame it had to go that way, but chicken dinner, everyone’s a winner'

She said: 'It’s a shame it had to go that way, but chicken dinner, everyone’s a winner'

Victorious: Her five-year legal battle over songwriting credits is set to land the erstwhile N-Dubz star a massive payday, as she was awarded 10 per cent of the worldwide publishing rights

Victorious: Her five-year legal battle over songwriting credits is set to land the erstwhile N-Dubz star a massive payday, as she was awarded 10 per cent of the worldwide publishing rights

Copy Tulisa in copper with a satin dress from PrettyLittleThing

Tulisa made a glamourous appearance on Loose Women on Monday morning in a copper satin shirt dress from PrettyLittleThing! She paired the little number with clear strap heels and let her brunette locks hang loose, making her look gorgeous on day time TV.

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Her victorious five-year legal battle over songwriting credits is set to land the erstwhile N-Dubz star a massive payday, as she was awarded 10 per cent of the worldwide publishing rights and income from the song.

Tulisa helped pen the song under the title I Don't Give A F**k for her album The Female Boss. 

She was not only eventually shut out of recording the track but learned that Scream & Shout had been credited to Will.i.am, Jef Martens and Jean Baptiste.

A source previously told MailOnline: 'Tulisa was annoyed when the song was taken from her and given to Britney - especially as she co-wrote it.

Involved: Tulisa helped pen the song under the title I Don't Give A F**k for her album The Female Boss 

Involved: Tulisa helped pen the song under the title I Don't Give A F**k for her album The Female Boss 

 Satin beauty: Tulisa looked incredible wearing an orange playsuit

 Satin beauty: Tulisa looked incredible wearing an orange playsuit

'It was set to be one of the big songs on her debut album. She didn’t let it lie, and took it all the way to the courts and has now won. She just wanted to be recognised as the writer of one of the biggest pop tracks of the last decade.'   

Returning to music after taking a break from the public eye, Tulisa saw the panel: 

'Everyone knows it’s been a bit of journey hasn’t it? I needed that time. I’m growing up, I’ve grown up in the public eye.

Nice words: Viewers praised Tulisa's intelligent demeanour following her appearance on the show

Nice words: Viewers praised Tulisa's intelligent demeanour following her appearance on the show

'I was 11 when I first started in the music side of it. The first bit of success we had I was 17, 22 an X Factor judge.

'I like the space, that little bit of time out. Let them forget a little bit, so when I do come back, take me for me, a new me, I’m not the same person I was.'

And fans praised her appearance, tweeting: 'Very intelligent, talented and beautiful lady! So glad to see you back! Wish you success in everything you do!'

'Yes the female boss is coming back TULISA @officialtulisa.'

'Love that Tulisa called http://Will.i.am out on stealing her song on @loosewomen.'

Her girls: Speaking of her time as a mentor to Little Mix on X Factor, Tulisa said she’s very proud of their success

Her girls: Speaking of her time as a mentor to Little Mix on X Factor, Tulisa said she’s very proud of their success

Speaking of her time as a mentor to Little Mix on X Factor, Tulisa said she’s very proud of their success. 

She said: 'I still get emotional. I saw them on a Brits performance I started crying, sitting on the sofa with a cup of tea.

'When they were first getting together, what was different about them, you get a lot of girls bands coming on and they’re all very sex appeal and look at me... they were very geeky, little glasses and bow ties. 

'Someone at the time said you should try and dress them up and sex them up a bit and I was like, "No way – what makes them so relatable is they look like normal girls, with normal problems, real people".' 

Rise to fame: The 29-year-old north London native shot to fame a decade ago as a member of N-Dubz, alongside Dappy, left, and Fazer, right

Rise to fame: The 29-year-old north London native shot to fame a decade ago as a member of N-Dubz, alongside Dappy, left, and Fazer, right

 

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