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Anne-Marie Rose Nicholson (born 7 April 1991) is an English singer-songwriter. She has attained charting singles on the UK Singles Chart, including Clean Bandit's "Rockabye", which peaked at number one, as well as "Alarm", "Ciao Adios", "Friends", "2002", "Don't Play" and "Kiss My (Uh-Oh)". Her debut studio album, Speak Your Mind, was released in 2018 and peaked at number three on the UK Albums Chart.

Anne-Marie was nominated for four awards at the 2019 Brit Awards, including Best British Female Solo Artist. To date she has been nominated for ten Brit Awards and has also received a nomination for a Billboard Music Award. In 2015, she signed a record deal with Asylum (a sub-label of Atlantic Records) and began releasing her work through the label. In 2021, she released her second studio album, Therapy, and began appearing as a coach on the television singing competition The Voice UK.

About Anne-Marie

Anne-Marie Rose Nicholson was born on 7 April 1991 in East Tilbury, Essex. While her mother is a local teacher, her father, a builder and handyman, is from the East End of London.[4][5] She has an older sister named Samantha.When she was five, Anne-Marie went to stage school. She appeared in two West End productions as a child: she auditioned for Les Misérables aged six, without telling her parents, and performed in Whistle Down the Wind with Jessie J when she was twelve.

Anne-Marie attended St Clere's School at Stanford-le-Hope, where she also involved herself in performing arts. Her initial popularity there ended when she was fourteen—she was shunned and bullied by her classmates after being accused of cheating on her boyfriend, when she had only spoken to another boy on the phone late at night. Anne-Marie also said she regrets being a difficult child—exacerbated by her grandmother's death when she was twelve—and was advised by Ed Sheeran to "call [her] mum and dad every day". She began filming herself singing in her room as a teenager. Anne-Marie went on to go to Palmer's College in Thurrock.

Anne-Marie is a black belt in Shotokan karate. She began taking lessons aged nine, and became a triple world champion, winning double gold at the world championships and gold at the United Kingdom Karate championships in 2002. She credits karate with teaching her the "discipline and focus" necessary for her singing career, but tours have made it difficult for her to find time for the sport.

Anne-Marie Facts

  • Not just a hit with her top songs, Anne-Marie was even picked to be a judge on the UK version of The Voice, taking over from Meghan Trainor.
  • Anne-Marie has been having lessons in karate since she was aged nine and she won Double Gold in the 2002 Funakoshi Shotokan Karate Association World Championships!
  • While some of her biggest hits include 2002 and Alarm, her first song, back in 2013, was quite a banger too. Her first solo demo was Summer Girl.
  • In an interview with Tasty, Anne-Marie revealed her fave food, and it’s not exactly a super fancy dish, and definitely something we can all have at home – toast with butter AND peanut butter, and she especially loves to dip it in her tea!

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