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Jamelia
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Vocalist
    (October 1, 1981- )
    Birth name is Jamelia Davies
    Released the albums 'Drama' and 'Thank You'
    Recorded 'Money,' 'Call Me,' 'The Boy Next Door,' 'Bout,' 'Superstar,' 'Thank You' and 'See it in a Boy's Eyes'
    She goes by the pretentious single name 'Jamelia.'
    She signed a contract with a record label at 15 but did not release a single for three years.
    When she reached the pinnacle of her career, she put everything on hold to have a baby.
    In a press conference in April 2004, she said: 'I'm a little bitch and I always get what I want!'
    She claims to like 'bad boys' and said that 50 Cent would be her ideal celebrity date.
    She dated Usher.
    Chris Martin of Coldplay wrote 'See it in a Boy's Eyes' for her and they subsequently recorded the song together.
    She was a victim of domestic violence, an experience that is the inspiration for the song 'Thank You.'
    She was nominated for two Brit awards in 2003 (lost both to Dido).

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