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Birthname: Gabriella Lucia Cilmi
Nationality: Australian
Born: Oct 10 1991


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Gabriella Cilmi (pronounced “chill me”) has always taken luck into her own hands. “When I was little, I would cut one piece off a three-leaf clover and put it on another to make a four-leaf clover,” the Melbourne, Australia, native says. So, it’s fitting that her debut album, Lessons to be Learned, will be released on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2009, in the United States on Universal Republic Records.

But it’s her innate talent—not luck—that won the 17-year-old artist a record-setting six Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards (ARIA Awards) last October, including Best ... Read more

Gabriella Cilmi (pronounced “chill me”) has always taken luck into her own hands. “When I was little, I would cut one piece off a three-leaf clover and put it on another to make a four-leaf clover,” the Melbourne, Australia, native says. So, it’s fitting that her debut album, Lessons to be Learned, will be released on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2009, in the United States on Universal Republic Records.

But it’s her innate talent—not luck—that won the 17-year-old artist a record-setting six Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards (ARIA Awards) last October, including Best Female Artist, Breakthrough Artist Album, and Highest Selling Single for “Sweet About Me.”

Sweeping her home country’s equivalent of the Grammy’s was just a sliver of the Cilmi Craze that took over the world last year. She was also the youngest Australian solo artist to ever capture the #1 spot on the Australian Pop chart. Her single reached #1 in Holland and the UK, and Top 5 in Germany, Switzerland, New Zealand, and Denmark. Additionally, Cilmi is also one of the youngest to ever nab a nomination for a Brit Award for Best International Female, in a category with worldwide pop staples Beyoncé and P!nk. She even opened for REM as part of an MTV concert in Greece last fall.

Now, she’s getting ready to take over the United States with that same force. Cilmi’s American invasion kicked off with a coveted spot on VH1’s You Oughta Know in February 09. She’s also been featured on ELLE.com and BlackBook, Seventeen Magazine, and will headline the SXSW Aussie BBQ in March.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Gabriella Cilmi (pronounced “chill me”) has always taken luck into her own hands. “When I was little, I would cut one piece off a three-leaf clover and put it on another to make a four-leaf clover,” the Melbourne, Australia, native says. So, it’s fitting that her debut album, Lessons to be Learned, will be released on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2009, in the United States on Universal Republic Records.

But it’s her innate talent—not luck—that won the 17-year-old artist a record-setting six Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards (ARIA Awards) last October, including Best Female Artist, Breakthrough Artist Album, and Highest Selling Single for “Sweet About Me.”

Sweeping her home country’s equivalent of the Grammy’s was just a sliver of the Cilmi Craze that took over the world last year. She was also the youngest Australian solo artist to ever capture the #1 spot on the Australian Pop chart. Her single reached #1 in Holland and the UK, and Top 5 in Germany, Switzerland, New Zealand, and Denmark. Additionally, Cilmi is also one of the youngest to ever nab a nomination for a Brit Award for Best International Female, in a category with worldwide pop staples Beyoncé and P!nk. She even opened for REM as part of an MTV concert in Greece last fall.

Now, she’s getting ready to take over the United States with that same force. Cilmi’s American invasion kicked off with a coveted spot on VH1’s You Oughta Know in February 09. She’s also been featured on ELLE.com and BlackBook, Seventeen Magazine, and will headline the SXSW Aussie BBQ in March.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Gabriella Cilmi (pronounced “chill me”) has always taken luck into her own hands. “When I was little, I would cut one piece off a three-leaf clover and put it on another to make a four-leaf clover,” the Melbourne, Australia, native says. So, it’s fitting that her debut album, Lessons to be Learned, will be released on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2009, in the United States on Universal Republic Records.

But it’s her innate talent—not luck—that won the 17-year-old artist a record-setting six Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards (ARIA Awards) last October, including Best Female Artist, Breakthrough Artist Album, and Highest Selling Single for “Sweet About Me.”

Sweeping her home country’s equivalent of the Grammy’s was just a sliver of the Cilmi Craze that took over the world last year. She was also the youngest Australian solo artist to ever capture the #1 spot on the Australian Pop chart. Her single reached #1 in Holland and the UK, and Top 5 in Germany, Switzerland, New Zealand, and Denmark. Additionally, Cilmi is also one of the youngest to ever nab a nomination for a Brit Award for Best International Female, in a category with worldwide pop staples Beyoncé and P!nk. She even opened for REM as part of an MTV concert in Greece last fall.

Now, she’s getting ready to take over the United States with that same force. Cilmi’s American invasion kicked off with a coveted spot on VH1’s You Oughta Know in February 09. She’s also been featured on ELLE.com and BlackBook, Seventeen Magazine, and will headline the SXSW Aussie BBQ in March.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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