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Happy Birthday, Deborah Cox!

Today, Deborah Cox turns 47!

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Here are 10 fun facts about the powerhouse vocalist:

  • Deborah was a background singer for fellow Canadian, Céline Dion before she had her own record deal.

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  • She was signed by Clive Davis, who also signed Whitney Houston, to Arista Records in 1995.
  • Deborah has been recognised with numerous awards for her support and commitment to the LGBTQ community.

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  • Her signature hit, ‘Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here’ spent an incredible 14 weeks at #1 on the R&B chart in the US.
  • Deborah is married and has 3 children; a son and 2 daughters.
  • Deborah has collected 13 #1 singles on the Dance Club Songs chart in the US.
    • Who Do U Love (1996)
    • Things Just Ain’t The Same (1997)
    • Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here (1998)
    • It’s Over Now (1999)
    • I Never Knew (2000)
    • Absolutely Not (2001)
    • Mr. Lonely (2002)
    • Play Your Part (2003)
    • House Is Not A Home (2006)
    • Beautiful U R (2008)
    • If It Wasn’t For Love (2011)
    • Higher (2013)
    • Let The World Be Ours Tonight (2017)
  • Deborah has acted in many musicals like Aida, The Bodyguard, and Jekyll & Hyde.
  • Deborah’s discography includes 5 studio albums, an EP, a remix album and much more, covering the genres of R&B, Jazz and Dance.

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  • Deborah was part of an R&B group with Tamia & Kelly Price called ‘The Queen Project’, however although they toured together briefly, they never released any music and the group separated.
  • Deborah provided the vocals for the Whitney Houston Lifetime movie, ‘Whitney’ in 2015.

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