Kristinia DeBarge (pronounced /krɨˈstɪniə/; born March 8, 1990 ) is an American singer-songwriter. Born in Pasadena, California, DeBarge is the daughter of James DeBarge, the youngest member of the music family DeBarge. She first appeared on national television in 2003 as a contestant on the American Idol spin-off, American Juniors.
Shontelle Layne (born October 4, 1985), better known by her first name Shontelle, is an R&B singer-songwriter from Saint James, Barbados. She released her debut album Shontelligence in November 2008. Her second album, No Gravity, was released in September 2010.
Kristine Elezaj (pronounced E-Lay-Z-Uh) is a born New Yorker who was originally a dancer that later converged her moves with her voice and sound that is frequently compared to that of Britney Spears and Rihanna. Kristine first started when Nick Ashford invited her to perform with him and his wife Valerie better known as Motown legends Ashford and Simpson at their hip New York City venue Sugar Bar.
Alesha Anjanette Dixon, (born 7 October 1978, in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom) is an English singer, MC, songwriter, television personality and former member of R&B girl group Mis-Teeq.
A larger-than-life talent in a petite package, James has been ready for her close-up since she was two, when the well-traveled military girl, born a fiery Aries in a military field hospital in Italy, began singing into a toy microphone and tape recorder, a gift from her mom.
Jordin Brianna Sparks (born December 22, 1989) is an American pop/R&B recording artist, singer-songwriter, and actress from Glendale, Arizona who rose to fame as the winner of the sixth season of American Idol. Sparks won when she was 17 years old, making her the youngest winner in history.
Tula Paulinea "Tulisa" Contostavlos (born July 13, 1988 in Camden, Greater London, United Kingdom), often known mononymously as Tulisa, is a British singer-songwriter and actress. She is of Greek Cypriot and Irish descent.