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Jessica Mauboy is an Australian R&B and pop singer, songwriter, and actress who rose to prominence after placing second in the fourth season of ‘Australian Idol,’ which led to a recording contract with Sony Music Australia. She is regarded as a role model for young girls and indigenous communities in Australia, as one of the country’s most successful female artists.
She began her music career by releasing a live album of her competition performances, then joining the female band Young Divas and working on their second album, ‘New Attitude.’ Her solo career began a year later, and she has since released three studio albums: ‘Been Waiting,’ ‘Get ‘Em Girls,’ and ‘Beautiful.’
She has been in a number of television shows, as well as in the musical comedy-drama films ‘Bran Nue Dae’ and ‘The Sapphires,’ as well as the television series ‘The Secret Daughter.’ She also contributed to the soundtracks for the films ‘The Sapphires’ and ‘The Secret Daughter.’ She has won numerous honors for both her musical and acting efforts.
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- Ferdy and Therese Mauboy gave birth to Jessica Hilda Mauboy on August 4, 1989 in Darwin, Northern Territory. Her father, an electrician, is from the Indonesian island of West Timor, and her mother is from the Kuku Yalanji people, who live in the rainforests of Far North Queensland, Australia.
- Sandra, Jenny, and Catherine, her three older sisters, and Sophia, her youngest sister, are her parents’ fourth child. She attended Darwin’s Wulagi Primary School and Sanderson High School before dropping out when she was eleven years old.
- She grew up in a musical family, which has been dubbed the “noisiest house on the block”; her entire family was devoted to music, with her mother frequently singing and her father playing guitar. Since she was a child, she has sang in the local church choir alongside her grandma Harriett.
- She won the first edition of the Telstra ‘Road to Tamworth’ competition at the 2004 Tamworth Country Music Festival in Tamworth, New South Wales, when she was 14 years old. She won the big prize of a single-recording contract with Sony Music Australia and recorded a country-inspired cover of Cyndi Lauper’s “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun,” but due to a lack of possibilities, she returned to Darwin.
- Jessica Mauboy’s audition performance of Whitney Houston’s “I Have Nothing” for season four of “Australian Idol” in 2006 delighted all three judges, and she advanced to the semi-finals and the top twelve. Despite having a sore throat that nearly eliminated her, she made it to the finals by continually producing great performances, but she came in second to Damien Leith.
- She received a record deal with Sony Music Australia in December 2006, two weeks after ‘Australian Idol’ finished, and debuted in the music industry on February 24, 2007, with the live album ‘The Journey.’ One DVD had re-recorded covers of several of the songs she sang on the competition, while the other disc contained her series performances.
- She recorded the album ‘New Attitude,’ which was released on November 24 and gained gold certification from the Australian Recording Industry Association, as part of the girl group Young Divas, which she joined in September 2007. The following year, she was chosen for the Australian government’s ‘In2Oz’ program to develop better connections with Indonesia, and she later appeared on ‘Indonesian Idol.’
- She quit Young Divas in August 2008 to pursue a solo career, and on November 22, 2008, she released her debut studio album, “Been Waiting,” which went double platinum and reached number 11 on the Billboard 200.
- In February 2009, she got a deal with the Ministry of Sound record label in the United Kingdom, and in September, she performed as Beyoncé’s support act on the Australian leg of her ‘I Am… World Tour.’
- Jessica Mauboy made her acting debut in January 2010 in the film adaptation of the 1990 Aboriginal musical of the same name, ‘Bran Nue Dae,’ as Rosie, a church singer and the protagonist’s love interest. In the same year, she appeared in the TV miniseries ‘Underbelly: Razor’ as a nightclub singer.
- She was one of five international singers chosen in May 2010 to sing the Summer Youth Olympics’ theme song, ‘Everyone,’ which she also performed at the Youth Olympics’ opening ceremony. On November 5 of same year, she released her second studio album, ‘Get ‘Em Girls,’ which was certified platinum and reached No. 6 on the ARIA charts.
- She starred in the 2012 film ‘The Sapphires,’ which was based on the stage musical of the same name, and she also contributed 15 songs to the soundtrack. The album reached number one on the Australian charts and was certified double platinum.
- ‘Beautiful,’ her third studio album, was released on October 4, 2013, and debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200, earning her a platinum certification. ‘iTunes Session,’ her debut extended play, was released on July 18, 2014.
- She landed the lead role of Billie Carter, a part-time country pub singer, in the television drama series ‘The Secret Daughter’ in 2016. ‘The Secret Daughter: Songs from the Original TV Series’ and ‘The Secret Daughter Season Two: Songs from the Original 7 Series’, both certified platinum by ARIA, were her solo soundtrack albums.
- Jessica Mauboy’s three studio albums, as well as her three soundtrack albums from her film and television series, have all been certified platinum by ARIA. Her first album to debut at the top of the ‘ARIA Albums Chart’ was ‘The Secret Daughter: Songs from the Original TV Series.’
- Jessica Mauboy has won a ‘APRA Award,’ a ‘Australian of the Year Award,’ a ‘MTV Australia Award,’ two ‘ARIA Music Awards,’ and multiple ‘Deadly Awards’ since finishing second in the fourth season of ‘Australian Idol.’ She won a ‘AACTA Award’ and a ‘AFCA Award’ for her performance in the film ‘The Sapphires.’
- Jessica Mauboy began a long-distance relationship with Themeli “Magoo” Magripilis, a Greek soccer player and council worker, in January 2009. Born and bred in Darwin, he was a member of the Hellenic Athletic soccer team, which also included Mauboy’s younger sister Sophie.
- (Mauboy, who has lived in Sidney since late 2008, doesn’t see her partner, who still lives in Darwin, very often.) She travels Darwin to spend time with her family and boyfriend anytime she is not working.
- She is also a philanthropist who supports many charities in Australia and has participated in numerous fundraising events for youth-related issues as a Sony Foundation ambassador. She joined the Indigenous Literacy Project (ILP) as a spokesman in 2009 and the Indigenous Literacy Foundation as an ambassador in 2015.
- While Jessica Mauboy’s appearance on ‘Australian Idol’ established her as a vocalist, her participation in the competition was questioned in the media due to a previous single-recording contract with Sony. Onstage, she was also fat bullied by judge Kyle Sandilands, who said she needed to “remove the jelly belly” if she wanted to succeed in the music industry.
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