34 Facts About Anne-Marie


Anne-Marie Rose Nicholson was born on 7 April 1991 and is an English singer-songwriter.


Anne-Marie was nominated for four awards at the 2019 Brit Awards, including Best British Female Solo Artist.


Anne-Marie Rose Nicholson was born on 7 April 1991 in East Tilbury, Essex.


Anne-Marie appeared in two West End productions as a child: she auditioned for Les Miserables 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 involved herself in performing arts.


Anne-Marie began filming herself singing in her room as a teenager.


Anne-Marie went on to go to Palmer's College in Thurrock.

Related searches
David Guetta

Anne-Marie 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.


Anne-Marie was picked up by Rocket Music and released the demo "Summer Girl" in 2013.


Anne-Marie spent two years touring with Rudimental as a vocalist.


Anne-Marie featured on four tracks on their second album We the Generation, including co-features with Dizzee Rascal and Will Heard, and "Rumour Mill", which reached number 67 on the UK Singles Chart and gave her enough confidence to go solo.


Anne-Marie's debut extended play, Karate EP, was released on 10 June 2015 under Rudimental's then-new label Major Tom's.


Debut single "Karate" and "Gemini" led to Anne-Marie making her first solo live performances.


On 20 May 2016, Anne-Marie released "Alarm", the first single from her debut album.


On 10 October 2016, Anne-Marie featured on Illy's song "Catch 22".


On 10 March 2017, Anne-Marie released "Ciao Adios", which she had previously performed live at KOKO on 28 November 2016.


On 22 February, Anne-Marie announced that her debut studio album, Speak Your Mind, would be released on 27 April 2018.


In July 2018, Anne-Marie featured on a David Guetta song titled "Don't Leave Me Alone", which peaked at 18 on the UK Singles chart.


In 2019, Anne-Marie featured on the single "Lonely" by American singer Lauv for the soundtrack of 13 Reasons Why: Season 3.


On 28 August 2020, Anne-Marie featured on the Rudimental song "Come Over".


On 15 January 2021, Anne-Marie released the single "Don't Play" in collaboration with British YouTuber and rapper-singer KSI and English DJ and producer Digital Farm Animals as the lead single from her second studio album.


Anne-Marie contributed vocals on the song "Way Too Long" in collaboration with Nathan Dawe and MoStack on 9 April 2021.


On 13 May 2021, Anne-Marie announced the single "Our Song" with Niall Horan as the third single from her upcoming second studio album.


On 12 July 2021, Anne-Marie released the track "Beautiful", which retold the life of the Syrian refugee and parathlete Dima Aktaa.


On 23 July 2021, Anne-Marie released the single "Kiss My " as the fourth single, featuring Little Mix.

Related searches
David Guetta

On 30 September 2021, Anne-Marie released her first book "You Deserve Better: An Imperfect Guide To Finding Your Own Happiness".


On 27 May 2022, Anne-Marie collaborated with Swedish DJ duo Neiked and American rapper Latto on the song "I Just Called".


On 26 August 2022, Anne-Marie featured in K-pop boy group Seventeen's new version of their latest song "_World".


On 15 September 2022, Anne-Marie released the single "PSYCHO", in collaboration with British rapper Aitch, as the lead single from her third studio album.


On 9 March 2023, Anne-Marie collaborated with Thai singer Minnie, a member of South Korean girl group I-dle, on the song "Expectations".


On 7 April 2023, Anne-Marie teamed up with David Guetta and Coi Leray on the song "Baby Don't Hurt Me" which samples Haddaway's hit "What Is Love".


On 27 April 2023, Anne-Marie announced that her upcoming third album Unhealthy will be released on 28 July 2023.


In 2018, Anne-Marie revealed that she is attracted to both men and women, but that she does not identify with the label bisexual.


Anne-Marie said that therapy helped her "face her demons during lockdown".