Her father Graham Tainton is a choreographer and she was raised in a showbiz environment. Tainton danced (and sang) at an early age. As a student she attended the Adolf Fredrik's Music School in Stockholm. She featured in musicals and had a very short career as a solo artist. In 2002 she represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest as a member of Afro-dite with the song Never Let It Go, and finished 8th. The group released an album and the Never Let It Go single stayed in the Swedish chart for 17 weeks, peaking at no 1.
These days Blossom Tainton mostly works as a personal trainer, and has released training videos, books and (2010–2011) the monthly publication Blossom Magazine. She also performs with Afro-dite, as the group still does small tours and occasional concerts.
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