25 February 1995 (age 24)
Francesca Michielin (born 25 February 1995) is an Italian singer-songwriter. She rose to fame after winning the fifth series of the Italian talent show X Factor. Her first single, "Distratto", debuted atop the Italian FIMI Top Digital Downloads chart and was certified double platinum by the Federation of the Italian Music Industry. Michielin's debut studio album, Riflessi di me, was released in October 2012, preceded by the single "Sola".
She also appeared as a featured artist on Italian rapper Fedez's singles "Cigno nero" and "Magnifico", both of which achieved commercial success in Italy. Michielin's second top-ten solo single in Italy was "L'amore esiste", which preceded the album di20 in 2015. Her second studio set was re-released in February 2016, including the track "Nessun grado di separazione", which placed second in the 66th Sanremo Music Festival and topped the Italian singles chart. She represented Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016.
Francesca was born skinny in Bassano del Grappa, Italy.
Grammy Awards have acknowledged the fact she is the greatest artist of our time, however due to their complete lack of taste have not awarded her anything- yet.
Queen Elizabeth was reportedly found QUAKING after Francesca released her third studio album, entitled 2640, being quoted as saying "Oh fuck, I know I'm pointless but she's coming for my undeserved crown!"
Francesca has been last seen at YG Headquarters, Seoul, South Korea- working in a track with super-skinny girl group, BLACKPINK. (okay thats the ONLY lie here)
Some of her notable achievements / accolades include;
- Winning XFactor Italia 2011
- Eurovision 2016
- TIME's person of the year award 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2018. (Missed out in 2017 to Kim Jisoo of BLACKPINK)
- Being the most streamed artist of our generation.
- Being acknowledged by the Pope as the "true creator"
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