“I’m lucky to be a DJ, a career woman, and a party girl, but there’s one title that’s testing me,” says Tallia Storm

TALLIA Storm admits she was forced to change her party girl persona after sleeping through the night and getting up early.

Pop star and radio presenter Tallia, 24, shocked fans in April when she was announced as the face of Capital Scotland’s brand new breakfast show, along with co-host Fat Brestovci.

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Tallia loves her new radio gigCredit: Andrew Barr
She is in the office at 5 a.m. every day to get ready


She is in the office at 5 a.m. every day to get readyCredit: Andrew Barr

One of the main reasons people were surprised was their reputation for always having a good time.

The daughter of media moguls Sascha and Tessa Hartmann, Tallia has been labeled a celebrity for her habit of sharing her seemingly flamboyant lifestyle.

But she finds it funny that it took an early warning for people to finally realize she was bullying from the start.

She says: “I was going to go to bed at 4am and now I wake up at 4am.

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“The mornings are tough, you only need five hours of sleep, but if you just focus on that, anything is possible.

“You’ll be amazed at how many texts I get saying, ‘Wow, I don’t know how you do it when you get up so early.'”

“Isn’t it funny that that makes people realize that I work hard because the reality was I’ve already worked hard in London and done a million different things.

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The singer is loving working in Glasgow againCredit: Andrew Barr
Nobody at Capital dresses as glamorously as Tallia


Nobody at Capital dresses as glamorously as TalliaCredit: Andrew Barr

“I love being called a party girl, but I hate being a celebrity because I’m a businesswoman.

“The biggest stars in the world are party girls and people want you to have fun – otherwise you’re just a robot.”

Tallia, whose real name is Natalya Storm Hartmann, adds: “When I started, people probably looked at me and thought I was privileged.

“I’m starting to prove to the people who made up nonsense about me that they have nothing to base themselves on.

“I literally get up at 4am and I have two lives, my radio job ends at 12pm and then my day is just beginning.

“Actions speak louder than words and I need not defend myself as my work ethic and ambition speak for themselves.”

After being “discovered” by Sir Elton John at the age of 13, Tallia has long been used to the limelight.

Not only was her mother a reality TV star, appearing on the ITVBe show The Real Housewives of Jersey, but she also made a name for herself on shows like Celebs Go Dating and X Factor: The Band.

Tallia loves life on the radio


Tallia loves life on the radioCredit: Andrew Barr

During this time she was also tasked with hosting red carpet events and regularly interviewing famous faces on camera.

Now she’s tasked with entertaining listeners every weekday morning from 6am to 10am.

Tallia says, “Before, I was the talent. I’ve been interviewed many times, but have never hosted a show.

“I’ve hosted various events at Wembley Arena and interviewed people like Eva Longoria and Shawn Mendes and had so much experience but never at a desk.

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“I’m on Good Morning Britain all the time and debating so I wasn’t nervous.

“If you say a wrong word at GMB, you will be cancelled. But I feel so at home here and everyone is so supportive.”

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Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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